Kundalini Yoga

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What Is Kundalini Yoga & Is It Safe For Beginners?

The process of growth through Kundalini Yoga is a natural unfolding of your own nature,” Yogi Bhajan has said. “Like a snake, you will need to shed old skins to be more of who you are.”
The ultimate goal of Kundalini is to increase your self-awareness by silencing the mind & clearing the chakras so that your vital energy can flow freely.
“The practice of kundalini is filled with really challenging breath exercises coupled with asanas and meditation,” 
“These are often practiced in repetition for a pretty lengthy period of time and move a lot of energy around in your body.”
There’s a reason why the practice has gained popularity only recently: The ancient teachings of Kundalini Yoga were kept secret for a very long time, only taught to royalty and nobility for thousands of years until Bhajan brought it to the West in the late 60’s & began to teach it publicly.

What are the health benefits?

There are a lot of reasons why people choose to practice Kundalini—like its effect on both your physical and psychological well-being. Below are some of the most popular health benefits of Kundalini, including a faster metabolism, better mood, and lowered stress levels.

Because you hold each posture for an extended period of time (sometimes up to five minutes!), Kundalini Yoga is a great way to strengthen and tone your muscles. Some of the more intense breathing techniques—like Breath of Fire—can also build core strength, as you have to engage your abdominal muscles with each exhale
According to research, Kundalini Yoga can impact cognitive functioning, boosting both your concentration and memory. Even the Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation recommends a Kundalini kriya for improving memory retention. 
Quick History

How to practice:

A typical Kundalini Yoga class is comprised of three parts: an opening chant (known as “tuning in”) followed by a brief warm-up for your spine, a Kriya (which is a sequence of postures paired with breathing techniques), and a closing meditation or song.
Each Kriya—which is Sanskrit for “action”—pairs a physical pose with a breath or meditation. These poses can be anything you choose based on the part of your body that you want to focus on, like Bujangasana (cobra pose) for your spine or Virabadrasana (warrior pose) for your legs & glutes.
While different Kriyas use different breaths, one of the most popular breathing techniques is Breath of Fire, which consists of short, quick breaths (almost like a dog panting). To do Breath of Fire, seal your lips and breathe in and out of your nose at a rate of about two to three breaths per second. As you breathe, expel the air in powerful spurts to engage your core.
Chant & song are also key components of Kundalini Yoga. There are endless mantras and songs that you can recite during your practice but most classes start with the Adi Mantra, which means “I bow to the subtle divine wisdom, the divine teacher within.” Another common chant you’ll hear in a Kundalini class is Sat Nam, which means “I am truth or truth is my identity.”
You can also expect a meditation-heavy class. Each set during Kundalini Yoga has different postures that involve movement, breathing techniques, mindfulness, and a mantra. Between postures, you’ll have a minute or two to relax and focus inward. After the entire set, there’s a relaxation followed by a meditation, then a mantra before class closes.
While anyone can practice Kundalini (unless you have a pre-existing medical condition, of course), this particular style of Yoga is especially good for people who are looking for a spiritual practice as much as they’re looking for a physical workout.
Kundalini Yoga is an intense practice, but both its physical and mental benefits make it a great option for beginners and advanced yogis alike.

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