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Kriya Yoga

Kriya Yoga focuses on the chakras, pranic pathways, breathing techniques, sound vibrations, psychic gestures and energy locks to unfold the subtle layers of one’s own being. Swami Muktibodha, author, international renowned yogacharaya and yoga practitioner since the age of 12, brings the ancient practice of Kriya Yoga to New Zealand.


Anahata Yoga Retreat
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PO Box 155, Takaka TAS, NZ 7142
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Type of Event

  • Retreat

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Sep 28 to
Oct 2
06:00 amto14:00 pm

Arrive 27th Sept to settle in.



Early Bird payment by 7th Sept.
From 8th Sept $595.
Payment incl. 4 nights shared accommodation + meals and programmes.
$100 non-refundable deposit req. to secure your place.
Part HANDS accepted.

Full Description

This course will explore the chakras and energy pathways using the meditation exercises of Kriya Yoga and will be integrated with daily hatha yoga, relaxation and chanting classes in a stunning natural location. You will be initiated into the Kriyas in a safe way, with practical applications for your daily life.

Kriya Yoga is a doorway to self-reflection, helping the practitioner to understand the unconscious layers of the mind and its monkey nature, propounding a pathway to peace and well-being.

A distinctive feature of Kriya Yoga is that the concentration is not forced, but spontaneously arises as a consequence of the practice. With regular application of the techniques, an alignment of the physical, mental and energetic forces takes place, awakening a subtle perception of one’s own self. This change in perspective enhances the ability to manage outside events and experiences with more wisdom and balance.

Benefits of Kriya Yoga include:
Purification of unconscious conditioning, gradually freeing the mind from negativity, fears, false ideas.
Dynamic relaxation, which allows one to access hidden reservoirs of prana or vital energy.
Access to and exploration of the deeper layers of the mind
Fine tuning the awareness so that it becomes spontaneously one-pointed and tuned to the present moment.
Reshaping the activities of the mind to eventually bring about a state of equanimity or tranquility
Transformation of negative emotions into more positive energy

Retreat includes:
Hatha Yoga to awaken the perception of the energy field
Pranayama, Mudra and Bandha practice
Initiation into Kriya Yoga Meditations
Satyananda Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation)
Discussions on chakras, prana and Kriya Yoga
Havan (ancient fire ceremony) and Kirtan (mantra and music)
Karma Yoga (yoga of meditative action)