Practice of Kundalini Yoga
10 DAYS INNER YOGA RETREAT
AT OUR CENTRE
55 MINS DRIVING FROM PONDICHERRY
The course begins by teaching you what Kundalini yoga is, and The numerous benefits of incorporating Kundalini yoga into your life are highlighted and you will broaden your knowledge of the Chakras, which are an integral part of this practice.
Prānayama (breathing techniques) and chanting, lie at the heart of Kundalini yoga. You will be guided through three essential Prānayama – ‘Breath of Fire’, ‘long deep breathing’ and ‘alternate nostril breathing’ and several important Kundalini mantra chants that are used at the start and end of each Kundalini yoga session. You will learn how to chant in unison with breathing and movement, to channel the flow of energy through the mind-body circuit, and employ simple techniques to ready yourself to practice and to regain focus during chanting when the mind goes adrift.
To practice Kundalini yoga, it is essential to understand kriyas, mudras, bandhas, and asanas. To stimulate and direct the flow of energy you will use mudras, bandhas, and asanas, which are various postures of the hands and body. Kriyas uses these in various sets, along with breath and sound, to work towards a specific outcome. Each of these important components is fully described within the course and illustrated examples of those that are most commonly practiced are provided.
The purpose of the Kundalini Yoga Course is to increase your understanding of the practice and then to do it. You will be guided through what to expect when you start practicing and how to be successful in this. You will take your first steps by considering the type of clothing to wear when practicing, the diet you can follow, and safety aspects, such as warming up and preparing the body beforehand, you will also learn how each Kundalini session should begin and end.
You will be introduced to the kriyas, which are considered to be essential for every practitioner and will set the foundation for your Kundalini yoga practice. Fully explained and illustrated.
The course is also a great aid for practicing yogis who are interested in expanding their knowledge and learning something.
Please apply to join the retreat by emailing to us and asking for the 'Admission Form' to 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
This retreat is restricted to a maximum of 12 participants only.