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5 Qs with Gloria Latham: Kundalini yoga, yoga for every body, intensity [vid] by Lindsey Lewis Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Sep 2010 12:24pm Five questions with Gloria Latham, Kundalini yoga supa-stah , and co-founder of Semperviva Yoga . 1. You're known for your real-life approach to yoga, and making yoga accessible. Can you talk about why this is important to you? The level of stress in our modern day lives is staggering. We often neglect our physical, emotional, and me ... Read on »
Kundalini Yoga Cat Pose for Fighting Fear by Katie G. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:36pm Anxiety Tip of the Week July 14, 2008 This is a Kundalini Yoga technique that I found on the website On the website are a variety of free yoga and meditation techniques. As always, before you start any exercise program check with your primary care physician. Fear Fighting Yoga Cat Technique Practice Details: a. St ... Read on »
NEW Kundalini yoga class at Semperviva Yoga by Lindsey Lewis Patient Expert Posted Wed 16 Sep 2009 10:41pm Yayyyyyy! I'm officially teaching Kundalini Yoga every week at Semperviva Yoga. When: Thursdays, 9:30-10:45 am Where: Semperviva Sky Studio What do we do? Check 'er out: Yoga is Boring from Joy Yoga on Vimeo. Read on »
“Top 5 Questions About Kundalini Yoga!” by SharStarr Posted Mon 27 Sep 2010 10:09pm As a Kundalini Yoga Teacher, students approach me everyday with questions about this unique and beautiful yoga. Thanks to all of you who have shared your thoughts so freely with me! Your open curiosity provides me with confirmations and “a-ha” moments about this yogic path of self discovery, soul searching, healing, and awakening. To help w ... Read on »
“What Happens In A Kundalini Yoga Class?” by SharStarr Posted Mon 27 Sep 2010 10:31pm “Keep the teachings as given. Each kriya is whole unto itself, a perfect jewel that acts to create a flow. [Kriyas] are perfectly designed sets meant to produce predictable and subtle impacts on the total Self.” ~ Yogi Bhajan Kundalini Yoga is more than just exercise to stimulate the body. This yoga moves energy! KY is all about having ... Read on »
Expert Q and A: New to Kundalini Yoga by My Yoga Online Posted Thu 22 Sep 2011 9:53am Question: I'm a little new to this.  I did hatha yoga years ago, not much recently.  After trying out a few different things, I've really found something I love - Kundalini yoga. Is Kundalini yoga safe for relative beginners?  I also tend to have tense neck and shoulders.  Sometimes I modi ... Read on »
Semi-Private Introduction to Kundalini Yoga Event by Anu Kaur, MS, RD, RYT Posted Wed 07 Nov 2012 8:22am Join me for a series  of semi-private introductory classes to Kundalini Yoga beginning November 7th in Virginia.  New Location: Beloved Yoga in Reston Classes host a maximum of 6-8 students and cover a range of topics to serve your growth and interest. Use more movements with deep patterns of body and mind through Kundalini yoga. ... Read on »
hey Vancouver: Intro to Kundalini Yoga by Lindsey Lewis Patient Expert Posted Thu 14 Feb 2013 2:23pm Intro to Kundalini Yoga We are going to have so much fun in this workshop! Curious about Kundalini yoga? Wonder what all the talk is about? Come find out! This will be a safe, comfortable place to try a new style of yoga. We’ll explore the foundations of Kundalini yoga, learn why and how it’s different, and why an ... Read on »
Kundalini Yoga For Expansion: Breathwork To Tune Up The Frontal Lobe by SharStarr Posted Mon 16 Sep 2013 10:07pm Sat nam dear yogis! Want to learn how to strengthen your commitment to your higher self? Watch this video to find out how! In this video, I teaches a simple breath technique that partners arm angles and breath of fire to tune up the frontal lobe. Quality Note: Even though the microphone didn’t work properly and the video stopped due ... Read on »
Rachel McAdams in VOGUE: Kundalini yoga every morning [video] by Lindsey Lewis Patient Expert Posted Wed 06 Jan 2010 12:00am 1 Comment It always seemed like there was just something a bit more about her. Ms. adorable Rachel McAdams, of Notebook and Mean Girls fame, tells VOGUE mag that she starts every day with Kundalini yoga. She also prefers to spend her money "on experiences, on meals or travel", rather than "things." "McAdams practices Kundalini yoga every morni ... Read on »