Kundalini Yoga Workshops and Training
Many opportunities have been arranged for both enthusiasts and practitioners to add Kundalini yoga to their fitness regimen or teaching skill repertoire. Shakta Kaur, from Chicago’s Kundalini Yoga in the Loop, will conduct three workshops—Cultivate Peace Within at Cityoga, in Indianapolis, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on April 8; and Breathwalk from 9:30 to 11 a.m., and Guidance by Intuition from 1 to 3 p.m., both on April 9 at Mother Nature’s Sun, in Broad Ripple. Also, Mother Nature’s Sun will begin 220 hours of Yoga Alliance-accredited teacher training in this powerful blend of physical and meditative techniques—for the first time in Indianapolis and in the state—on May 13.
Kundalini yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual discipline for developing and tapping into inner energy and awareness. Active asana-based exercises, pranayama, and meditation are undertaken to build the nervous system, glands and mental faculties to integrate the release of Kundalini and other energy through the chakras. Practitioners call Kundalini yoga the “yoga of awareness” because they attest it directly affects human consciousness, develops intuition, increases self-knowledge, and unleashes the unlimited creative potential within every human.
Training, encompassing 10 weekends over eight months, will include 180 hours of classroom instruction in a well-defined curriculum that is registered as RYT-200 with Yoga Alliance, taught by Yogi Bhajan. The Aquarian Teacher program is a journey both in development as a Kundalini Yoga Teacher and in the art and science of improving yourself.
Consider experiencing the technology first-hand to understand why people are drawn to this powerful yoga style, either to add its inherent vitality and awareness to your lifestyle or as a teacher.