Kundalini Yoga balances the nervous and glandular systems. We use breath, yogic postures and meditation to help maintain a healthy spine helping to strengthen the entire body. You’ll chant, do physical postures and meditate to heal physically, mentally, and spiritually.

You’ll experience your highest consciousness so you can find sacred purpose in your life.

Each class can help one become aware of much more than just the strength of the body. It helps to facilitate a change physically as well as emotionally and spiritually. Kundalini yoga is yoga for the mind, body, and spirit.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is a branch of yoga, in Sanskrit (ancient Indian language), the moon is known as Ha and the Sun as Tha.  It aims to restore balance between the body, the mind and the spirit.

Hatha Yoga refers to a set of physical postures (asanas), and sequences of asanas are designed to align your skin, muscles and bones, by improving flexibility and mobility in the body.

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa is a flowing style of yoga that links the breath with movements. It offers balance, strength, flexibility to the body while bringing the mind into a state of balance. The focus is on the inhale and exhale as you move from one pose to the next. Vinyasa Yoga works on the physical, mental and emotional levels of the body.

Gentle Flow

Gentle Flow is open to all levels of practices and abilities, and is especially great for beginners or those searching for the therapeutic benefits of yoga. The slow pace of Gentle flow allows you to enjoy each pose. Expect lots of stretch and lengthening with a dose of relaxation to wrap up your practice and leave your feeling stress-free and great.

As often as you like! Everyday is a great day to practice.

Yoga is not a religion at all. It is a science of the breath and movement.

Comfortable clothes you can move easily in are best for yoga. Tank tops or T-shirts and loose, stretchy pants work best. Yoga is practiced barefoot. You can change into your clothes upon arrival if needed.

*For Kundalini Yoga classes, we recommending wearing loose clothes and white or light coloured clothes.*

A yoga mat, shawl or light blanket, and an eye covering are recommended. You may also want to bring a meditation pillow. Otherwise you can use the yoga mat and blankets provided by the studio. You can purchase a handmade eye covering at the studio as well.

Asana is Sanskrit for physical posture.

Prana is Sanskrit for life force, and the gross manifestation of prana is breath. Yama is Sanskrit for control, so pranayama means breath control. Operating under the understanding that breath is the source of life, by learning to control the breath, we learn to control ourselves. We use pranayama in preparation for–and often in conjunction with—meditation, as well as during asana practice.

(Info courtesy: Golden Bridge Kundalini Yoga Centre in Los Angeles)

A Kriya is a set of specific postures and chants to bring about a specific outcome such as increased love, prosperity, flexibility, etc.

Classes

Namaste / Sat nam!

Which style suits you best? Why don’t try them all? *Check out timetable to find a suitable class for you*

Kundalini Yoga Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, is  also know as the Yoga of Awareness. It is a complete science that includes a dynamic blend of breathing (pranayam), movement through yoga postures (asanas), sound and chanting (naad/mantra), yoga of the hands (mudras), relaxation and meditation (dhyana).

Kundalini Yoga which activates the glandular system, strengthens the nervous system while expanding the lung capacity, and detoxifying the mind and the body. It purifies the bloodstream and creates space for a deeper and inner connection beyond the physical body. It can be enjoyed by everyone, no matter the age or physical ability.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is a branch of yoga, in Sanskrit (ancient Indian language), the moon is known as Ha and the Sun as Tha.  It aims to restore balance between the body, the mind and the spirit.

Hatha Yoga refers to a set of physical postures (asanas), and sequences of asanas are designed to align your skin, muscles and bones, by improving flexibility and mobility in the body.

Vinyasa Yoga – Flow Yoga

Vinyasa is a flowing style of yoga that links the breath with movements. It offers balance, strength, flexibility to the body while bringing the mind into a state of balance. The focus is on the inhale and exhale as you move from one pose to the next. Vinyasa Yoga works on the physical, mental and emotional levels of the body.

Gentle Flow

Gentle Flow is open to all levels of practices and abilities, and is especially great for beginners or those searching for the therapeutic benefits of yoga. The slow pace of Gentle flow allows you to enjoy each pose. Expect lots of stretch and lengthening with a dose of relaxation to wrap up your practice and leave your feeling stress-free and great.