KUNDALINI YOGA

Kundalini literally means “WRAPPED”. In Indian yoga it is a “bodily energy”, an unconscious instinctive force, the “shakti” which is curled up at the base of the spine. When this energy is released, specific healing channels and chakras open and the person gains access to the inexhaustible healing energy within him. At some point in their lives almost all people ask themselves questions such as:

Temselves questions such as:

  • Who am I?
  • Why do things happen to me, good or bad?
  • Why am I not feeling well?
  • Where is happiness?


Energy therapies help people find the answers to all these questions. Most people consider the material world and the physical body to be the only reality that exists.

But what about energy? The energy that is in our body, protects us and gives us life. This energy is our life force. It is our “AVRA”.

In cosmic energy we think of man as a cable that takes earthly energy and sends it to heaven and vice versa. They are our 7 energy centers. They are psychic energy centers and operate constantly whether we realize it or not. The 7 chakras are arranged along the spine and reflect on the organs. All chakras develop until the first 7 years of our lives Then every 7 years more dominates and affects us more.

The 7 chakras from bottom to top are:

  1. MULADHARA – ROOT CHAKRA
  2. SVADHISHTHANA – OF CREATION
  3. MANIPURA – SOLAR GRID
  4. ANAHATA – THE CENTER OF THE HEART
  5. VISHUDDHA – COMMUNICATION (THROAT)
  6. AJNA – INSIGHT (THE THIRD EYE) 7. SAHASRARA – PINEAL GLAND

During the lessons, depending on which energy center we are working on, we perform some specific exercises in combination with breathing. We concentrate on the breath-movement rhythm for a similar amount of time (2-3 ́). We also perform some “MANTRA” sound vibrations which activate points in the hypothalamus and these reflect throughout our cellular system. They are sounds or words that affect the state of body, energy and consciousness. With the help of “MANTRA” the inner space is cleared, the chakras are activated and the mind is concentrated to immerse itself better in a meditative state.