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Kundalini Yoga and Meditation at Elements

April 12, 2017

Where & When

Kundalini Yoga and Meditation is coming to Elements.

With taster sessions confirmed for 7am Tuesday 18th & 25th April, and  plans for potential classes on 2nd, 4th, 9th & 11th May the project will grow upon your attendance.


What is Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini yoga is a powerful technique to develop the capacity of the mind and the body. It’s called the yoga of awareness. It stimulates and engages all the mody systems and helps the body to detox and to rebuild itself. Kundalini yoga practitioners have felt energized and experienced mental clarity and tranquility after the exercises.

Kundalini yoga suites everybody and you don’t need to have any previous yoga or meditation experience to attend the classes. Everything will be taught in the class.

One of the most common misconceptions about yoga is that one should be complete before even starting. Gladly that isn’t true! Instead, let’s embrace our imperfections and perfections, let’s be beginners and masters, let’s start from where we are now and learn from our mistakes and success. Life is a journey and there’s much to discover!

The teacher

Siri Karta Kaur Khalsa is a KRI Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, a Pregnancy Yoga Teacher and a Sat Nam Rasayan Practitioner. She’s been a committed kundalini yoga practitioner and a teacher since year 2008. She has studied kundalini yoga and meditation with various internationally recognized teachers in Portugal, France, Sweden and Finland. She is originally from Finland where she has managed Ek Ong Kaar Kundalini Yoga School as the owner and the main teacher for six years, before moving to the UK. Siri Karta has been an organizer and a translator for two Kundalini Toga Teacher Trainings in Finland. She has also taught kundalini yoga at a rehabilitation centre for drug abusers and alcoholics for five and a half years. Siri Karta is an experienced teacher with special groups as she has taught yoga to the blind, disabled, elderly, athletes and people with mental illnesses.


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