Kundalini yoga is a breath-centric yoga focusing on a physical practice pressed into the meditative mind. We use vibrations of many kinds to touch our meditative mind while finding an internal capacity for healing and growth. The sound current, or Naad, has a way of opening an individual to the dormant power within. We are Kundalini Yoga teachers based in Wichita, Kansas. However, we travel and love to make new contacts.
One name for Kundalini yoga is the “yoga of awareness.” Originally known as Laya yoga, the practice was brought to the West in 1969 by Yogi Bhajan, the founder of 3HO (Happy, Healthy, Holy Organization).
The primary aim of Kundalini yoga is to awaken the kundalini energy, which lies coiled, serpent-like, at the base of the spine. In Kundalini yoga, practitioners use breathing exercises, physical postures, chanting and meditation to unlock this energy.