Hari Charan Kaur
I discovered Kundalini Yoga in 2017, having practiced other forms of yoga for more than 10 years. I immediately realised that Kundalini Yoga was what I had been looking for, but hadn't known it. It's given me the tools to transform my life, to be happier, more connected, more honestly myself, and to follow my path in this life.
I love teaching kundalini yoga - it bring me such joy to share these powerful tools and technologies and to see people transform their lives.
I am also an Ayurvedic vegetarian and vegan yoga retreat chef. Combining food created with love and kundalini yoga brings together my two passions in life. Its an honour and privilege to do what I love and share this with the world.
About Kundalini Yoga
Kundalini Yoga is a powerful Raja yoga which incorporates all 8 aspects (or limbs) of yoga in every class. Most other yogas incorporate only some of these. Traditionally Kundalini Yoga was only taught to those who had studied hatha yoga for 20 years. However, Yogi Bhajan, who brought Kundalini Yoga to the west from India, combined Kundalini Yoga with other forms of yoga to enable people of all ages, abilities and walks of life to experience this powerful yoga. Kundalini yoga works with energy flows in your body to help you become aware of what is holding you back in life, and gives you the power and energy to transform your life so you can live as your highest self.
It is a deeply physical, meditative and spiritual practice. This is because yoga means 'union' - the union of your mind, body and soul. This connection can be felt during kundalini yoga practice. Kundalini yoga can clear the blocks, the fears, the anxieties in your life, and give your body, mind and soul strength to handle the increasing pressures and stresses of our times. For this reason, Kundalini Yoga classes often focus on working the glandular and nervous sytems. Kundalini Yoga is the yoga for our current times, especially during something like the COVID-19 outbreak.