Kundalini Yoga is a combination of movement, breath, sound and mudra. It is an ancient healing practice which helps you to connect to the energy within yourself. Some postures are dynamic, while others are held in stillness, but the focus is on meditation whilst in a pose, rather than physical alignment. Kundalini yoga is good for building strength, enhancing concentration and improving mood. Often a kundalini practice will include a ‘Kriya’, where practice builds on the previous one and moves the energy in a precise way to create a lovely buzz in the body and mind. If you enjoy Kundalini yoga, you may also wish to try meditation and breath work.
Kundalini Kriya for Overwhelm
A fun Kundalini yoga kriya with clapping and gong sounds to clear your energy and relieve anxiety. This is perfect for when you're tired and have limited energy as the class takes place seated. Shake, drum, clap and move - get free and clear your negative energy and overwhelm. Explore some really fun ways to get stress out of your body and mind; be open-minded so you can turn your negative emotions around. Class ends with beautiful gong relaxation and a mantra for trust.
Ten Minute Relaxation with Gong Sound
This lovely relaxation class starts in savasana, so gather anything you need to feel comfortable and warm laying down. This class is perfect for when you have just 10 minutes in the day but need to unwind, declutter the mind and find a sense of calm. The savasana is accompanied by a gong for added relaxation; so lay back and enjoy!
Kundalini Yoga to Elevate the Spirit
A Kundalini yoga class full of strong, repetitive movements to really get the body moving. A very energising, cardio-led yoga workout which will elevate your spirit; bringing feelings of happiness. You'll feel energised and ready for the day! The class ends with a long relaxation with a gong for extra relaxation.
Kundalini Abdominal Strengthening
Kundalini Jumpstart Kriya & Aura Strengthening
A Kundalini yoga class of two halves to really loosen up the shoulders and build strength in the arms. The first half is a seated practice comprising the jumpstart kriya; it looks simple but be prepared to persevere! It is a great warm up for the second part of the class. The second half is aimed at strengthening the aura, so expect lots more working of the arms. You can do both parts as one class, or do them separately (second part starts at 18:40).
Energising Morning Kundalini Yoga
The morning set is an energising Kundalini yoga practice, perfect for waking you up! It is a great alternative to sun salutations as it is wrist-free. The focus here is on the breath; get started with breath of fire to wake your body and mind, then move into energising postures. The class will wind down for some more introspective poses, including a supported shoulder stand with a fun Kundalini yoga twist. It ends with a lovely, long relaxation. You will need a bolster or some pillows.
This is a great cardio practice with a lot of jumping and chanting that will get you sweating. Har is mantra that means flow, it is a mantra with the power to clear blocks and strengthen our will power. It’s a great set to help you build stamina and help stimulate your glandular / hormonal system. After a short relaxation we finish the physical yoga with a simple breath meditation called for constant self authority. Starting with a chant, then move through some traditional yoga warm ups of cat cows and a downward dog. Then get uplifted and energised with a Kundalini Yoga kriya of dynamic jumping. Feel sweaty, feel energised and have fun with plenty of uplifting moves, then feel grounded and chant to finish. Enjoy this Kundalini dance! No props needed.
A quick soothing practice to help relax the body and clear the mind after a busy day. Kirtan Kriya is a key practice with the Kundalini Yoga teachings. It’s a meditation with a mantra and mudra that helps balance the elements of the body and clear the subconscious mind of unnecessary clutter. We prepare the body to sit comfortably with spinal flexes.
A kriya is a specific sequence of postures or actions for a specific purpose. I like to call them recipes, each step works in turn to create a specific effect for your body, mind and spirit. There are hundreds of Kundalini Kriyas, this one is called the Kriya for Elevation. It is a simple practice involving lots of flexing the spine, stretching of the legs and stimulating breath of fire. The practice finishes with a more challenge held meditation Sat Kriya which is a key practice in kundalini Yoga. It encourages circulation of panic life force through all the chakras. It’s a great practice to help relieve symptoms of depression. This sequence has breath of fire to begin with so please watch my introduction to Kundalini Yoga if this is a new practice for you or you haven’t quite mastered it yet. Tune in to this traditional Kundalini yoga class or Kriya, as they are known in the Kundalini tradition. This full Kundalini yoga class involves chanting, mudra and physical hatha yoga poses and a beautiful, long Savasana to finish.
This short Kundalini yoga class, explains a couple of key practices of Kundalini to newcomers but also makes a complete short Kundalini class that incorporates movement, breath work and meditation that will relax and release the spine, charge up our energy, and soothe the mind. A grounding practice, very helpful particularly for anxiety and depression.
Building Shoulder Strength And Flexibility