WOM Kundalini Yoga

Thursdays Time: 9:30 am - 11:00 am Price: £10
Practice & Meditation

Weekly sessions to nourish and move the body whilst connecting with your inner environment for physical and emotional wellbeing.

 

Thursdays 9:30 am – 11:00 am

Kiln Place Tenants Hall, 146 Kiln Place

London, NW5 4AP

 

Kundalini Yoga is the yoga of awareness. It is a dynamic, powerful tool that awakens our creative potential and give us an experience of our Self.

In our classes we combine breath, mudra, eye-focus, mantra, body locks, and postures to exercise the body, calm and uplift the mind.

The sessions at the Kiln Place Tenant Hall are open to all levels of experience.  Kundalini yoga is universal, non-religious and non-competitive and all classes will be tailored to address the needs of beginners as well as experienced yogis.

 

Nourish, Move & Connect for your inner self

 

WHAT TO BRING

Please bring all accessories that may support you during your session.

– yoga mat

– blanket for relaxation

– layered and loose clothing

– water bottle

 

CONFIRM ATTENDANCE

Due to external factors sessions may have to be cancelled, namely during holidays and half-term.  Though I will try to minimise this, best to confirm dates and location before showing up.

 

FEES and COMMUNITY SUPPORT

£10 per class.

(Concessions available.  Do not let financial constraints to block you from your kundalini yoga practice. Contact me to reserve your discount ticket)

 

ABOUT KUNDALINI YOGA

I am a teacher-in-training member of the Kundalini Yoga Teacher Association.

Read more here

https://www.kundaliniyoga.org.uk/

 

ABOUT ANAHAT-BANI KAUR

When I first came across Kundalini Yoga I recognised its transformative potential straight away but it was months later, when I became unwell, that I was able to appreciate the way this technology could support me physically and emotionally.

Years later, as I shared my impressions about this practice to my friends and clients, and I listened to teachers more deeply I realised I wanted to learn more. Much more.

“If you want to learn something, read about it. If you want to understand something, write about it. If you want to master something, teach it.”

– Yogi Bhajan

Through the intense and revealing training with Karam Kriya School, where I had the opportunity to experience the sadhana (discipline) and seva (service) within the dharma, and through the guidance and supervision of my trainers, I discovered an approach to teaching that resonated with my own, spiritually.

The first time I taught a class as part of my training and I felt the leverage, legacy and lineage of Kundalini Yoga I decided to take yet another leap in this life path and embrace it full heartedly.

On 2018’s Winter Solstice, through the blessing of my dear teacher Shiv Charan Singh, I received my meaningful spiritual name, which inspires me to speak the unstruck truth from my heart.

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