“From the bottom of your truthful heart” 3-Week Kundalini Practice
The Power of a 3-Week Kundalini Practice with Anna-Luise Recke and Oliver Ostrogra. “From the bottom of your truthful Heart” will focus on practices to open and soften your heart center.
Type of Event
Feb 29 – Mar 19
mo – fr 8.30 – 10.00
Kundalini yoga focuses on self-awareness and reaching out to your higher consciousness for the purpose of personal growth and healing. This science of the mind and body works to call upon the full potential of the nervous and glandular systems and to balance the body’s chakras and meridians.
This challenge will focus on practices to open and soften your heart center.
Introduction to kundalini yoga
Pranayama – breathing techniques
Naad yoga – how sound vibrations affect the body, mind and spirit
Mantras – Asanas – Mudras – Bandhas
Different lengths of meditation and practice
Sadhana morning practice with live music
Heart opening excerises
In week 1 the teacher will travel with you through the basics of Kundalini Yoga.
In week 2 and 3 we will move on in exploring our heart center. Releasing tension, grief or unresolved love stories. Learning to love ourselve to be able to share love with others.
Over this intensive transformative 3-week challenge deepen your own understanding of kundalini yoga. Ask questions, share your experiences together in a group and by the end you will have learned the tools to create your own sadhana – daily practice.
“Kundalini Yoga is the uncoiling of the being.
It is the potential of creativity of the Infinite in the finite.
It is the widening of the behavior. and it is ultimate happiness in life. It is super-humanly human.
It is intelligence.
It is grace.
It is upmost compassionate being.
It is classic Truth which radiates in every facet of life.
It is a scientific technology which can be learned and taught.
It is taught; it is not a momentary diversion to look unusual or feel unusual.
It is the central nerve system we are talking about which extends the grasp of the brain to imagine Infinity in its totality. and then it is a gradual process to work for that experience.
It is a scientific technology for happiness.”
– Yogi Bhajan