Self – Awareness is the key word in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, the promise of this practice is that you will become more conscient about who you really are and you will be able to reunite with your source. Kundalini Yoga unites all the yogic techniques, physical exercises, breathing techniques, mantras and meditation in each practice in order to bring you a sense of trueness and ecstasy enabling you to merge or „yoke” the universal Self.
Kundalini is an ancient practice dating back to the fifth century BC, described in the Upanishads, but the oral tradition of its sacred science goes even further with thousands of years back when the practice was to pass it along verbally from master to chosen disciple.
The Kundalini practice clears the inner duality, creates the power to deeply listen, cultivates the inner stillness and helps the practitioner to prosper bringing excellence in our daily life.
The Gong and it’s vibration is a very important part of the kundalini classes, completes the practice and soothes the nervous system.
The Kundalini Yoga classes in Pawan Yoga Studio respect all Yogi Bhajan teachings and the teachers have the accreditation from the Kundalini Research Institute including permanent contact with the fellow teachers from all over the world.
For more information about Kundalini Research Institute, please follow the following link: www.kundaliniresearchinstitute.org
Yogi Bhajan’s teachings don’t rely on one technique but on many and is this combination of kriyas and naad that drives you on a personal experience toward a deeper awareness. Each kriya if followed as taught will provide a certain steady progress leveraging the basic functions of the body and mind creating sustainable personal healing and growth.
Yogi Bhajan (aka Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji) developed this system after coming to United States in 1969 and founding the3HO nonprofit organization. The first teacher training was completed in 1970
and in 1971 the Kundalini Research Institute was formed. This organization
is working since then to certify teacher internationally and spread his wonderful teachings.
Yogi Bhajan born in August 26, 1929 in a part of India that becomes Pakistan in 1948, he was the son of a medical doctor. He spent his youth in privileged environments in private schools and his summers in the exclusive Dalhousie mountain region of Himachal Pradesh. As a young boy he attended a Catholic
When he was just eight years old he began his yogic training with an enlightened teacher, Sant Hazara Singh, who proclaimed him to be a Master of Kundalini Yoga when he was sixteen and a half.
For his detailed biography please follow this link: www.yogibhajan.org