As Taught by Yogi Bhajan
Alaska Family Wellness Center is pleased to offer Kundalini Yoga classes open to both beginners and advanced students. Marsha Brown has been practicing the art of Kundalini Yoga for many years. She completed her Level One Kundalini Instructor Certification in 2004, studying under Nirvair Singh Khalsa and has been continuously teaching since then. She is currently enrolled in the Level Two Certification process which she will complete in 2016.
Kundalini Yoga is an opportunity for self discovery and growth. This form of yoga allows one to gain awareness and positively expand and balance as whole creatures—body, mind and spirit. It combines physical postures, breathing exercises, stress release, relaxation techniques, guided imagery, affirmations, mantras, kryias and meditations.
While Kundalini Yoga is a dynamic and comprehensive practice, people of all ages, sizes and abilities have great experiences participating in this type of yoga. Beginners can immediately feel the benefits, such as being more relaxed or having more positive sense of self. More advanced students continue to gain flexibility, strength, wellness and an uplifting of consciousness.
Watch this brief video demonstrating and explaining the many benefits of Kundalini Yoga:
Class Schedule, Registration & Location
- Tuesdays, 5:45 – 7:00 p.m.
- Classes are held at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church on the southwest corner of Lake Otis Pkwy & Tudor Rd. Map to Classroom
- Students should wear loose, comfortable clothing.
- Please bring a yoga mat or thick towel as the studio floor is not carpeted.
- A water bottle is also recommended.
- Essential oils are used during the class.
- Please call 561-9444, ext 2 to reserve your space as class size is limited. On-line registration coming soon!
- $15/session or $75 for a 6-session punch card (one free class). Please pay on-line or via telephone as we are unable to process payments in class.
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Until 1969, when Yogi Bhajan began publicly teaching in the United States, Kundalini Yoga had been a secret art that was practiced for centuries in India and the East. Now Kundalini Yoga is internationally recognized. To learn more about the global community of people who practice and share the teachings of Yogi Bhajan, go to www.3ho.org. This Foundation’s goal is to “serve, inspire and empower humanity to be healthy, happy and holy.” At this website there are also Kundalini Yoga sets, mantras, meditations and resources available.
Additional information is available about Kundalini Yoga at www.aquariantimes.com. This is an electronic magazine dedicated to manifesting health and happiness in life. It is a publication based on the Teachings of Yogi Bhajan that provides information and practical tools such as Kundalini Yoga sets, meditations, mantras, music, books, recipes and much more. Go to this website to read current and past issues and subscribe for free.
Excellent Kundalini Yoga training, research, publications and resources are available at www.kriteachings.org. Sources for music, mantras, publication and resources can be accessed at www.spiritvoyage.com.