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as thaught by Yogi Bhajan
Stefan Grob in Lotussitz Yoga Asana

Kundalini Yoga according to Yogi Bhajan

- Yoga of Consciousness

I practice Kundalini Yoga according to Yogi Bhajan. It is a special style of yoga that has fascinated me right from the start and cast a spell over me. Kundalini Yoga is a complete and traditional yoga that not only consists of postures (asanas), but also integrates pranayama, meditation, mantra and chanting. That makes Kundalini Yoga diverse and interesting. And it's really fun! 

Kundalini Yoga is suitable for people of all ages and physical conditions. Its beneficial effects can be felt quickly. Kundalini Yoga opens an individual path to more health and balance. It trains body awareness and mindfulness. Entry into the various yoga classes is possible at any time. Please contact us for a trial lesson. 

Effects of Kundalini Yoga:

  • Strengthening the nervous system

  • Strengthening the immune system

  • Positive effect on the glandular and endocrine systems

  • Flexible and healthy spine

  • Reducing back pain

  • Vitality, energy, stress management, resilience

  • Inner peace

  • Better sleep

Yogi Bhajan Yoga Teacher

Yogi Bhajan

Yogi Bhajan  made Kundalini Yoga known in the West. He was born on August 26, 1929, in Kot Harkarn, in what was then India and now Pakistan, the son of a doctor. He was interested in medical questions and natural healing methods and studied yoga from an early age. At the age of 16 he was declared a master of Kundalini Yoga by Sant Hazara Singh. He visited many spiritual teachers in various ashrams in India and the Himalayas. He also completed an economics degree at the University of Punjab. After graduating, he started a family and began a successful career in the Indian civil service.

At the same time he broadened his horizon of experience as a yogi and spent a few years with him  Karma yoga  in the  Golden Temple  in Amritsar / North India, the most important temple of the  Sikhs . In 1968 he was invited to Canada to teach yoga at the University of Toronto. From there he went to Los Angeles, where he caught up with his wife and three children. This is where the 3HO organization came into being on his initiative. The three 'H' stand for “Healthy, Happy, Holy”, the three basic rights that are promoted by Kundalini Yoga. They correspond to the yogic philosophy - the unity of body, mind and soul. Today, an estimated one million people practice Kundalini Yoga worldwide. Yogi Bhajan died on October 6, 2004 in New Mexico at the age of 75.

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