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Kundalini Yoga - The Yoga of Awareness

How I found this technology

I first encountered Kundalini Yoga when I was living in London in 2007.  A housemate kept inviting me to this yoga class and eventually I succumbed!  It was a yoga experience like no other; raw food, stories, fire and exercises which made me feel good inside.  I wanted more.  I began weekly classes.  When my housemate started her teacher training I would get up with her at 6am and do the full two and a half hours practice.  The following year I decided to jump in and train to be a teacher.  It was a life changing experience.  I found it very healing, I made peace with a lot of my past and I began to move my body in ways I'd never moved it before!!


For years I had been campaigning against injustices, fighting for peace and yet my own life was full of conflict.  I realised that to truly create peace in the world I had to create peace inside me first.  Thats when the real work began!  A daily practice, apart from a few months around the birth of our first child, has sustained and supported me through many challenging moments and has led to huge transformation and growth within me.  It reminds me of who I am, of my infinite, creative nature.  It has showed me my inner strength and resilience.  This practice gave me the confidence to have my first birth experience at home, it supported me in moving countries and to feel the fear but do it anyway on so many occasions.  

What is Kundalini Yoga?

This tecnology was brought to the West in 1969.  Like any yoga it is all about getting to know ourselves better.  It is also about connecting to the sacred within us, getting to know the fundamentals of who we are, why we are here and how we can best serve ourselves and the world.  It is about shining a light on the depths of our being so we can be more of who we were born to be.  

A class will consist of some or all of the following: tuning in with a mantra (a sound current), breathwork, a kriya (a series of exercises designed for a specific purpose), a relaxation, a meditation, a closing mantra. 


Over the years I have seen how my style of teaching this technology has altered and changed thanks to the huge learnings that students and life provide.  For me so much joy and ease can be created within a Kundalini yoga class.  I bring a lightness, an open heart and humour.  On so many occasions I have found that using humour can make what feels like a challenge transform into a totally different experience. 

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