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Why is Kundalini Yoga considered ‘The Mother of All Yoga’? … The yoga that has transformed the lives of countless people including Russell Brand!


Traditionally Kundalini Yoga was exclusively practiced in elite and secretive yogic circles in India. In 1969 Yogi Bhajan brought Kundalini Yoga to the west, breaking the ancient rule of secrecy. It was his calling to free people in the West of their sufferings by introducing Kundalini Yoga.


Kundalini Yoga incorporates facets of twenty-two types of yoga.  Many yogas focus on specific areas of either; mind, body and soul. Kundalini Yoga has a balance of all three in order to fully master the neutrality of life.  Kundalini Yoga uses specific technology to build your awareness by using breathing techniques, mantras, meditative postures and focus. Kundalini Yoga introduces a technology you can apply in your lifestyle, not just something that you practice once a week, or get a weekly boost from.

Kundalini Yoga uses dynamic exercises which free residual and dormant energies in the body. With maintaining a precise discipline of the postures, breathing techniques, mantras and focus, it releases the energy from the root of our spine spiralling upwards, engaging and balancing all our Chakras.  When our Kundalini energy awakens, it optimises the nervous system and the glands so our consciousness can be aware of our authentic selves and project our true selves to the Universe.

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