Kundalini

Kundalini known as the yoga of awareness is an uplifting blend of physical and spiritual practices. Kundalini is the feminine energy that lies coiled at the base of the spine.

BENEFITS

  • Increased physical strength and vitality
  • Expanded awareness
  • Relaxation of the nervous system.

Timetable

Teachers

Emily Flaherty

Emily Flaherty

Emily started practising Yoga in 2008 as a way of managing her mental health and the stresses of University life. She began to attend a kundalini yoga class and fell in love with the practise. As a result she decided to train at the Rosedale school of yoga in North Yorkshire, accredited by the Yoga Alliance. The teacher training incorporated kundalini and Hatha yoga practises, as well as Ayurvedic studies, nutrition and yoga Philosophy. This comprehensive 2 year course gave Emily a real passion for many aspects of yoga. On graduation in 2012 Emily took a trip to India where she visited various ashrams and monasteries and immersed herself in the culture, and the various practises of yoga.

Over the years Emily has developed a deep passion for mantra and Bhakti yoga (devotional singing). Emily has incorporated sound with yoga developing a gong yoga style with her partner and also teaches meditation and relaxation sound journeying. Emily has found over the years that kundalini has helped her gain a well balanced lifestyle. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. IS THIS CLASS FOR ME?

While there are some aspects of Kundalini yoga that are similar to a more popular practice like Hatha, the core beliefs are different. Kundalini means energy that is coiled like a snake at the base of the spine, which is the location of the first of seven chakras in yoga. A chakra is a center of energy in the body.

Q. WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?

Bring a water bottle and your own mat if you prefer, or you can hire a studio mat for £1.

Q. WHAT TIME SHOULD I ARRIVE?

Please arrive 15 minutes before class so you have time to get ready and allow a prompt start.

Q. WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

Cotton clothing is more suitable then stretchy synthetic fabrics, but wear what you feel most comfortable in that will allow your body to move and stretch freely. There are changing cubicles at the studio for before and after class.

Q. WHEN SHOULD I EAT?

Try not to eat a heavy meal at least two hours before class, but a light snack is fine if you need.

Q. HOW DO I GET TO THE CLASS?

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