'We meditate so that our minds can be sharp and alert. We chant mantras so that your souls may be ignited like candles. We walk in the light of this beauty.'
Kundalini yoga is the yoga of awareness as taught by Yogi Bhajan in the 1960's although it has been around for many thousands of years. It wakes up your body, mind and soul. It challenges you, empowers you, purifies the body and calms down the mind. This is the practice we need right now in these turbulent times of technology everywhere, screens on all the time and minds which refuse to calm down and give us any peace and space. We are constantly veering from negative mind (why aren't I more successful, richer, happier) to positive mind (I can do all that, in fact, I never stop doing! - without finding space for our neutral mind, which we access during meditation. Many of us are uncomfortable in our own company, or with silence. We work with this together in class, practicing stillness, silence and concentration - within that space inside of us, we find previously hidden access to great riches and inner peace.
Lessons with me last between 60 and 75 minutes and take place in Quorn. Classes are £9 and paid termly or half termly by bank transfer or cash. This is for in person classes but currently, owing the pandemic, we are only online and classes are £7 each. People are booking and paying by the month, but it is also possible to just drop in.
Private classes are geared towards you and what is needed right now. They last an hour and cost between £40 and £50 depending on how many attending and the specific content of the work needed. Book a series of 3 classes and there is a £5 per class discount.
During an average class we will do a mixture of tuning in, with chanting, physical warm ups, a kriya, which is a series of postures (asanas) relaxation and meditation. There is regularly live music in the class and also I use the Paiste Moon Gong for powerful sound healing with my adult classes (inhouse only)
Mondays 10-11:00am, via zoom
Wednesday 6:00-7:00pm, via zoom