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Kundalini Yoga

The emphasis in Kundalini is on the breath in conjunction with physical movement, with the purpose of freeing energy in the lower body and allowing it to move upwards. All asana practices make use of controlling the breath, but in Kundalini, the exploration of the effects of the breath (also called prana, meaning energy) on the postures is essential. Kundalini uses rapid, repetitive movements rather than holding poses for a long time, and the teacher will often lead the class in call and response chanting.

Kundalini Yoga Articles & Resources:

  • 3HO - The website of 3HO, the Healthy, Happy, Holy Organization, which Yogi Bhajan founded in 1969 to introduce Kundalini Yoga to the west.
  • The Golden Bridge - The Golden Bridge is the Los Angeles yoga center founded by Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa, one of the most well-known Kundalini teachers. Gurmukh is particularly known for her prenatal yoga teachings.
  • International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association - Find information on Kundalini teachers and teacher training programs.
  • Kundalini FAQ - Answers to some common questions abour Kundalini yoga.



 

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