The word ‘yoga’ means to join together, or to unite. Yoga is the union of an individual’s consciousness with the infinite consciousness. Put simply, merging the unit self with the Infinite Self.

Kundalini Yoga, also known as “Supreme Yoga”, is a physical and meditative discipline that combines postures (asanas), breath (pranayama), meditation and chanting (mantras). These different techniques target different body systems such as our glands, mental faculties, nervous system, nadis, and chakras to clear blocks in our energetic field, allowing for radiance and release of trauma from the energetic body. The ultimate goal is to increase self-awareness by silencing your mind and unblocking your chakras so that vital energy can flow freely.

The ancient teachings of Kundalini Yoga derive from India and were kept secret, taught to royalty and nobility for thousands of years. It was brought to the western world by Yogi Bhajan in the late 1960’s and has grown in popularity in the western world.

Each class can help one become aware of much more than just the strength of the body. You will chant, do physical postures, breath-work and meditate to heal physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Mentally, you learn to use the clarity of the neutral, intuitive, comprehensive mind and as a result, develop your relationship to your mental potential.

Kundalini refers to energy (Shakti) at the base of the spine, the energy of the consciousness, which in the vast majority, lays dormant. Kundalini Yoga awakens this energy up our spine, through our chakras. This helps develop consciousness, spiritual strength and awareness, which in turn help move beyond the ego. It is the Yoga of awareness.

The practice involves the purification of the nadis (channels in the body), balance of the chakras, and in this process, the Kundalini Shakti (life force energy) is awakened. Kundalini is yoga for the mind, body, and spirit.

  • Kundalini practice for awakening the hidden energy.
  • Kundalini Yoga clears blocks in your energetic field.
  • Enhances your memory and focus, enhancing cognitive functioning. Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation recommends a Kundalini kriya for improving memory retention.
  • Mudras for saving the energy in the body in order to be happy, from inside – out (not outside – in).
  • Bandhas for awakening and channelling the hidden energy in the right direction.
  • Kundalini helps get out of insecurity. It develops your relationship to your mental potential.
  • Kundalini Yoga practice helps develop a strong immune system, vital glands, strong nervous system, good circulation.
  • Pranayama for adjusting the energies and developing improved breathing patterns.
  • Meditation for relaxing and calming the mind, to achieve stability and stillness.
  • Studies show that Kundalini Yoga – specifically the deep breathing techniques used during it can decrease the risk of hypertension. Long, slow breaths calm your autonomic nervous system and reduce stress, therefore lowering blood pressure.
  • Kundalini Yoga strengthens the core and diaphragm through the combination of breath and postures. In turn, this helps improve digestion and metabolism as cited in research by NCIB where researchers found it to speed up metabolism.
  • Kundalini Yoga quietens the mind (thoughts that leave one feeling stuck, fearful, insecure so that the heart and soul can flourish).
  • Builds strength and resilience (builds strength in our core energy).
  • Kundalini helps you transcend and transform your subconscious habit of self-belittlement (your mind has an infinite horizon).
  • Builds an awareness of the impact of your habits.

The reality of every human mind is that it is both infinite and creative in potential. Yoga explores your depth, dimensions, nature and potential as a human being, for you to experience the Infinite Self.


I am a KRI Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher since 2016. Both my Yoga and Meditation practice has been part of my life for over 7 years and help me live more mindfully. I am a vocal advocate for centredness, nutrition, higher consciousness, authentic living from the heart and self-empowerment. Outside of Yoga, I am a qualified Nutritional Therapist and Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist. I am grateful and humbled for every opportunity to be myself and to be a Yoga teacher and Hypnotherapist who can help others especially during COVID-19 where the immunity of our physical body, emotional wellbeing and mental health have been paramount. I welcome you to join me in the journey of awakening.
With love and light,


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