Kundalini Yoga & Meditation Classes available in Blenheim, New Zealand
Classes are available at our centre in Blenheim. New students are welcome and classes are suitable for all levels. For more information or to express your interest email Nicky at firstname.lastname@example.org or give a call/text to 021 0259 2428. You can also visit our new local Marlborough one page website . Classes are small and typically fill up quickly (5-9 students maximum). We recommend booking for a block of classes so your place is held.
Winter 1 2019
Wednesday 12 June to Wed 10 July 2019 6:30-8pm
Thursday 13 June to Thu 11 July 2019 6:00-7:30pm
Winter 2 2019
Wednesday 24 July to Wed 21 August 2019 6:30-8pm
Thursday 25 July to Thu 22 August 2019 6:00-7:30pm
Winter 1 + Winter 2 = $120 (10 classes)
Winter 1 OR Winter 2 only = $70 (5 classes)
Drop in Class (if available) – $15
Wednesday 22 May 4pm
1 hour workshop covering the main principles of yogic breathing, its purpose and how to incorporate it into your daily life and meditation practice. We will practice deep and correct breathing and learn useful techniques for breath and mind control.
Location: Ancient’s Best Clinic, Blenheim (NZ)
Further classes on request. Booking essential. No experience necessary. Email Nicky at email@example.com
Thank you so much for all you offer – your classes are deeply relaxing and the teachings you have shared with me regarding breathing have been so useful. I have really enjoyed broadening my ideas about what Yoga can be in every part of my life.
One hour classes by arrangement. Improving your breathing is the key to managing your thoughts and increasing vitality. Learn techniques to help you develop more self awareness and improve your ability to relax and concentrate deeply. For those interested in learning about Yoga and Meditation a Breathing Workshop is one of the best ways to start.
$20 per person (2-6 people) at our clinic, $150 per group (maximum 10 people) if held in-house for corporate workshops
Gain an understanding of the 4 approaches to Yoga, learn different meditation techniques, and discover what techniques are suitable for you. Meditation can help you improve your concentration and focus, and understand the meaning of accepting things they way they are.
Our next workshops are planned for May & June 2018 with Vaidyar Mani from Singapore. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest. Cost is $35 for a 1.5 hour class with a small group, or $120 for a 4 class series. Individual sessions can be considered upon request.
Bhagavad Gita Study Group:
Bhagavad Gita “Commentary of Commentaries” with Vaidyar Mani in May-June 2018 in Blenheim. This is a small and interactive discussion based group for serious yoga students.
Ayurveda and Yoga Workshops:
“Introduction to Classical Ayurveda” talks (usually 1.5 hours). Other workshops we offer include Ayurveda Lifestyle workshops and Ayurvedic Cooking Workshops. A range of other workshops will be announced such as “A Yogic Approach to Chronic Pain Management” and “A Classical Appreciation of Yogic Anatomy and Physiology”.
What is Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan?
Yogi Bhajan was an Indian Sikh who brought the ancient teachings to the US in 1969, with the aim of creating teachers rather than students. He reached out to young people, many of whom were involved in experimenting with drugs, recognising their desire to find meaning and deeper spiritual experiences. Kundalini Yoga offered a natural and profound alternative as well as helping those damaged by drug abuse.
This type of yoga was designed for the householder (rather than for monks and yogis who withdrew from the world), and is known as a technology of awareness. Knowledge only becomes real wisdom when you experience it for yourself, when it becomes your own personal experience. This experience comes through regular practice. All you need is already with you. The teacher is within.
Kundalini Yoga brings together different aspects of yoga: regulation of prana through the control and manipulation of breath (pranayama), posture (asanas), hand positions (mudras), exercise sets (kriyas), sound (mantra), body locks (bandha), relaxation, and meditation. There is a strong devotional aspect to this practice.
As with all tools associated with attaining Yoga, once one has evolved and attains self realization the tools themselves become unnecessary. The attitude should then be “if it is there fine, if it is not there, that is fine also.”
Contact us if you would like to learn more about Kundalini Yoga or join a class.
More Information about Kundalini Yoga
Kundalini Yoga Asia = http://www.kundaliniyogaasia.org
Article on The Yoga Lunchbox – Kundalini Yoga – the Yoga of Consciousness