Kundalini Yoga Bali, Canggu, Seminyak
Are you looking for Kundalini Yoga classes in Bali ?
ADDA YOGA, located on the beautiful island of gods, provide Kundalini Yoga classes in Canggu, Bali. Join us in our unique studio for mesmerising Yoga classes in a respectful and loving atmosphere.
What is Kundalini Yoga?
Despite being performed worldwide, Kundalini yoga has an unidentified origin. It has been known for centuries that Kundalini energy exists, and it is mentioned in ancient Vedic literature from 1,000 B.C.
The Sanskrit word “Kundal,” which means “Circular,” is where the term “Kundalini” originates. It basically represents a snake that has been coiling.
Additionally, according to practitioners, Kundalini energy is dormant and unaroused at the base of your spine, just like that coiling serpent.
The energy can go up and through the chakras along your spine when you perform kundalini yoga, which awakens it.
It is an essential concept in the Śhaiva Tantra tradition, where it is thought to be a force or power connected to the divine feminine. Here, Kundalini is linked to the goddesses Bhairavi and Kubjika and Parvati, also known as Adi Parashakti, the supreme entity in the Shaktism religion.
What will you need to start your Kundalini Yoga practice?
First, you need a basic understanding of the concept of- how Kundalini Yoga works.
Thus, here are six main elements of kundalini yoga you need to comprehend and practice in the following chronological order:
1. Chant to begin. An opening chant, also known as tuning in, is used to start each lesson.
2. Warmup or pranayama. You’ll practice pranayama, breathing exercises, and occasionally movements that stretch your spine. Remember that breath control is the main focus of pranayama.
3. Kriya. A kriya is a series of exercises that include breathing exercises, mudras (hand positions), body work for purification, and meditation. Your instructor determines the kriya’s duration and level of difficulty.
4. Relaxation. This enables your body and mind to take in a kriya’s effects.
5. Meditation. To develop awareness, your teacher leads you via meditation.
6. Chant toward the end. Finally, the session ends with closing chants or mantra recitations.
How to start your Kundalini Yoga practice?
It would be best if you took the actions in the sequence listed below to start a fundamental Kundalini meditation practice.
1. Find a comfortable place to practice. You will need a mat or towel to sit on, and a blanket or shawl to cover yourself with during the relaxation at the end of the practice.
2. When to practice? Kundalini Yoga is best practiced in the morning, but you can do it at any time of day. If you are new to the practice, start with just a few minutes and gradually increase the length of time you practice.
3.Sit with your spine straight and your eyes closed. You can sit in a chair with your feet flat on the ground, or in a cross-legged position on the floor.
4. Get into a meditation zone. Begin by taking a few deep breaths, inhaling through the nose and exhaling through the mouth.
5. Do some mantra chanting. As you inhale, mentally repeat the mantra “Ong Namo” (pronounced “Om Nah-moh”). This means “I bow to the divine within.”
Exhale and mentally repeat the mantra “Guru Dev Namo” (pronounced “Goo-roo dev Nah-moh”).
This means “I bow to the divine who’s my teacher.”
5 Health Benefits of Kundalini Yoga
Increasing your consciousness and desire in daily life are the main advantages of learning Kundalini meditation. Plus, the following are a few more vital benefits of Kundalini Yoga:
- Increases bodily consciousness.
- Enhances cognitive performance.
- Boosts your creative energy to take on life’s projects.
- Helps to achieve mental, physical, and spiritual equilibrium.
- Improves the equilibrium of your emotions and brain patterns.
- Assists one in finding calm and letting go of stress and anxiety.
- Improves the sleep cycle and helps resolve difficulties connected to sleep.
- Enhances focus and prevents errant thoughts from off-balancing you.
- Compell you to leave your usual automatic patterns and enter a state of mindfulness.
- Expands lung capacity and demonstrates how to breathe correctly (into your diaphragm).
The Final Note: How Kundalini Yoga is different from other yoga styles?
Kundalini yoga is a higher spiritual exercise in contrast to other types of yoga.
Kundalini Yoga is very distinct from other yoga styles like Hatha or Vinyasa, which both center on physical poses. Although there are still physical movements involved, they are not the main focus of this yoga style.
Additionally, kundalini yoga is more repetitive and precise. In contrast to other forms of yoga, Kundalini yoga incorporates special mantra chanting, singing, movement, and breathing rhythms because here the purpose is to promote spiritual enlightenment.
KUNDALINI YOGA CLASSES IN BALI, CANGGU, SEMINYAK
Looking for Kundalini Yoga classes in Bali? Join ADDA YOGA for Kundalini lessons on the Island of Gods; you will be welcome in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Our shala is ideal for any Yoga classes styles, and we regularly have Kundalini Yoga classes in our studio. Come and practice with us!