Increase vitality . strengthen immune, nervous & glandular systems . enjoy greater stamina & flexibility . maximise healing powers . stimulate creativity . increase mental energy and focus . experience greater joy . connect to your soul.
I am Bettina Sundri, a certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher in Level I and Level II. My passion and my devotion in life is teaching the technology of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation and the yogic principles of healthy, happy living for all people to be healthy, happy, and whole!
Compared to other styles of yoga Kundalini Yoga with its simple attitude can be practiced by people of any age and any physical condition. The beneficial effects are felt quickly. Kundalini Yoga opens the way to better health, mental balance and body awareness. Energy flow plays a central role: The Kundalini energy is considered as the dormant force at the base of the spine. By activating the energy centers along the spine (Chakras) by regular yoga practice, it brings the opposition of body and mind in balance. The result is a sense of harmony.
The regular practice of Kundalini Yoga balances body, mind and soul sustainably. All aspects of yoga are included: posture, movement, concentration, conscious guided breathing, as well as meditation and chanting or singing mantras. The combination of these elements leads to a more conscious perception, a resilient body and a clear mind.
The exercise sequences (Kriyas), in addition to holding peaceful postures, conscious breathing and mantra meditation are dynamic and flowing. Kundalini Yoga is not dogmatic, but playful, full of symbolic elements and techniques.
Kundalini Yoga efficiently and quickly helps relaxation and harmonization on physical ailments, mental stress, digestive problems and mental tension. The life energy begins to flow and the result is more vigor and wakefulness in everyday life. Scientifically it is increasingly demonstrated that Kundalini Yoga supports the health and the healing of body and mind.
Originally Kundalini Yoga comes from northwestern India. In 1968 Yogi Bhajan brought these millennia long tradition to the West. The mantras in Kundalini Yoga come from the tradition of Sikh Dharma, and like the mantras in Hatha Yoga are rooted in Hinduism.
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