$20 drop in, $150 for 10 pass, $360 for 30 pass
Kundalini Yoga is known as the yoga of awareness. It is a journey, practice and science that connects you with your deepest Self, your Soul. We incorporate ancient yogic technologies including yoga postures, meditation, pranayama (breath work) & mantra, to improve the quality of our lives; It is a self liberation! These tools will empower you to cultivate compassion and stability even during life’s most challenging circumstances. A gong will be played during relaxation at each class.
Instructor: Amanjot Singh
Sept. 12 – Nov. 7. (No class Oct. 17.)
Thursdays 5:45 pm – 7:15 pm
We are on the 3rd floor in room C222.
Here is a map of the building below. I’ll leave door propped open until class starts. Then I’ll close it, if you come late, just be respectful and setup quietly.
$8 per class – cash, Venmo or PayPal accepted at time of class
Go around back and down the stairs to the basement door.
Sunset Yoga in the backyard here at our “House of Joy” in Murray.
So at 8 pm for $8 we’ll have 88 minutes of infinite bliss 😀(with of course the necessary garbage dumping of the subconscious along the way). 😀
Text Julie with any questions at 412-877-6458
Driving Directions: Enter the Spring Tree condominium complex, turn left onto Taylor Lane, follow the new fence on the left to the black gates, drive down the private lane, and park in the parking lot below.
Sadhana means daily spiritual practice. We begin our sadhana by reciting Japji Sahib which is a sacred text and Universal Song of God composed by Guru Nanak, the first Sikh Guru. In chanting this, we begin to understand ourselves, the world and universe around us and how we play a part in the vastness of it all. There are 38 pauris in Japji and each pauri has a different meaning and focus. For a complete listing of the chants, their meanings and affects, click here.
After Japji, we begin our Kundalini Yoga Kriya followed by a relaxation. We then do a series of meditation chants called Aquarian Sadhana. Yogi Bhajan gave many Sadhanas. The Aquarian Sadhana was specifically given to us to help us transition from the Picean age into the Aquarian Age. The Aquarian Sadhana consists of 7 different chants done in a particular order lasting in all 62 minutes. Most of the chants are very simple and can be learned right away. For a brief description and listing of the mantras, click here.
Sometimes we do other chanting for the 62 minutes at times. It’s very powerful to chant together as a group.
Your body is the temple of God, and your soul is the Divine Guru within. So, you get up in the morning, meditate, chant the mantras, do the exercises, call on your spirit, regulate the breath, and you get together in group consciousness. In that way you help each other. Group consciousness in morning sadhana is to help each other.
If one has walked into sadhana with heart and soul in a prayerful mind, we will all benefit. That is the power of the group sadhana.