Kundalini Yoga Relax

Start Date
Recorded :
Sun Jan 24 at 12:15 pm EST
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Meets For
Meets For:
1Session(s)
Languages
Language:
English
$5 USD Public
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About This Class
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Language
English
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Description
In this class, Christine will lead you through a gentle and opening set of kriyas to engage your inner wisdom and relax tension in your body. Ends with a meditation for healing.
Pre-requisites
Knowledge of Kundalini yoga is recommended, either by watching Intro to Kundalini Yoga on this page. If you've been to a class before then that will do!
Class Details and Calendar
Class Details
  • Recorded :
    Sun Jan 24 at 12:15 pm EST
  • Total :
    1 Session(s)
  • Remaining :
    0 Session(s)
  • Max attendees :
    5,000
Class Schedule
Session Name
Start Date
Kundalini Yoga Relax
75 Minute Session
Sun Jan 24 at 11:00 am EST
About Creator
My name is Christine, or Sat Sevak Kaur (name given to me at the end of my yoga training). Sat Sevak means servant of truth, and it has been a fitting name for me. I try to get to the root of things and see through to the root causes and motivations behind what happens within us and around us. I have a bachelors degree from NYU in Creativity and the Search for Meaning, and I am a Kundalini Yoga Teacher. I also have served with and under and studied with some amazing teachers, including Neale Donald Walsh, Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa, Amy Beilharz, and Janice Corsano. Each of these teachers has taught me more our world and how to live a more fully and happy life. As someone who has had depression and still battles anxiety, finding effective methods of managing stress, and feeling better has been incredibly important. I have been on my path for over 15 years and feel that I am now equipped to take some of what I have learned and teach it to a wider audience. I am also very interested in, and take pleasure in relaying, how our psychology works and what ways we can use our biology to greatest effect. Research in this area is ongoing, and very exciting.