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Wednesdays, 9:30 - 10:45 am Kundalini Yoga for women online

Saturdays, 8:30 - 9:45 am Kundalini Yoga for all online

Go to the Contact page to book the above two online classes. £7 drop in or £27 monthly subscription covering both classes.

Workshop on Sunday, 18 February, 2 - 5 pm at Hascombe Village Hall, Mare Lane, Hascombe, Godalming, GU8 4JH
Somatic exercises, kundalini yoga, meditation and a sound bath.

Bookings on Eventbrite, £40.

Classes vary with different dynamic postures, static postures, breathing exercises, eye-focus, chanting, relaxation and meditation. Some classes are active and energizing, while others are calming and focus on meditation. It's recommended to try a few classes to get a sense of the variety. 

This type of yoga places great emphasis on working on the glandular and nervous systems to increase your overall resilience. Postures are sometimes held for a long time or repeated in dynamic movements. These are balanced with slow and meditative exercises. There are usually pauses between postures to connect with the breath and observe your experience. Movement is usually synchronized with breathing and there are specific breathing exercises, called Pranayam. All of these elements helps too create shifts in your emotional state too. 

Both beginner and advanced students are welcome as everyone is encouraged to practice at their own pace but please consult with your doctor if you are in doubt as to whether to participate in a yoga class. 

Links to more information on yoga and meditation:

A two minute animated introduction to Meditation


Dr Mithu Storoni talks about the Science behind Yoga in this two minute video

A research article on the benefits of Kundalini Yoga for Postraumatic Stress

The Alzheimer Research and Prevention Foundation has done research on one of the Kundalini Yoga meditations, called Kirtan Kriya and its benefits of improved memory and focus. 

Meditation Mala
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