Kundalini Yoga

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Meditation Course from Kundalini Yoga 7- 8.15pm 

Meditation in Kundalini Yoga contains specific, practical tools that carefully and precisely support the mind and guides the body through the use of breath, mantra, mudra, and focus. The range and variety of meditation techniques in this tradition is truly extraordinary.

Meditation is often viewed as rather mysterious and esoteric, or not available to the ordinary person – and seen as something ‘other people’ do.

At Albany Yoga Room we do our best to de-mystify meditation and make it accessible to everyone. After all meditation is not about ‘doing something’ – it’s more about doing nothing and watching the process. It’s so simple a young child can do it.

With our hectic lifestyles learning to slow down is often challenging. However with the benefits of meditation now appearing as standard fare in many medical journals it is becoming more and more apparent that learning simple meditation techniques can have tremendous health benefits.

It’s the goal of all yoga to reach further from distraction and to come closer to a relationship of calm, reaching a still minded place where deep peace can be found. Practicing pranayama (breathe), Dharana (concentration), Pratyahara (to withdraw of the 5 senses) and Dhyana (meditation).

Meditation is often viewed as rather mysterious and esoteric, or not available to the ordinary person – and seen as something ‘other people’ do.

At Albany Yoga Room we do our best to de-mystify meditation and make it accessible to everyone. After all meditation is not about ‘doing something’ – it’s more about doing nothing and watching the process. It’s so simple a young child can do it.

With our hectic lifestyles learning to slow down is often challenging. However with the benefits of meditation now appearing as standard fare in many medical journals it is becoming more and more apparent that learning simple meditation techniques can have tremendous health benefits.

It’s the goal of all yoga to reach further from distraction and to come closer to a relationship of calm, reaching a still minded place where deep peace can be found. Practicing pranayama (breathe), Dharana (concentration), Pratyahara (to withdraw of the 5 senses) and Dhyana (meditation).

“The kundalini experience does not mean you have gone into a deep breathless trance and are beyond this world. … It integrates you more fully with reality and gives you a broader vision and sensitivity so that you can act more efficiently.” ~Yogi Bhajan, from Kundalini Yoga: The Flow of Eternal Power, back cover.

“A person who has the patience to allow the mind to go through its antics while remaining firmly planted, will experience something. That “something” is different for each individual, but it will be, in some way or another, a reawakening of the self. With this new awareness comes inner change, then outer change.”~Shakti Parwha Kaur

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36 William Pickering Drive
Albany
Auckland 0632
New Zealand
Tel: (09) 415-0076

Text or phone: 021 271 1401 (Arvinderfee)
Email: fee@albanyyoga.co.nz

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"A lovely way to start the new week. The best stretching - the props make such a difference - and your instructions were spot on. Thanks, looking forward to the next one." - Patty Govender

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