Kundalini Yoga is known as the yoga of awareness. Through the practice we raise our consciousness – our Kundalini energy – and we connect with the part of ourselves that is eternal, pure, and true.
You may have heard the mantra Sat Nam spoken in a class or as a greeting among the Kundalini Yoga community. It means "True Name" or "True Identity", and it is the deepest root of this practice; the place within where the finite self joins with the Infinite Self.
Kundalini Yoga consist of a combination of asanas (postures), pranayam (conscious movement of prana through the breath), mudras (hand seals), bhandas (energy locks) and mantra (sounds that evelate the mind). It is a technology that works on the nervous system, glandular system, meridians, organs and the electromagnetic field to improve overall health and vitality.
Teaching & certification
Dana (Onkarpreet Kaur) is a Kundalini Research Institute Certified Instructor. She discovered Kundalini Yoga in 2010 when she was living abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina and immediately fell in love with the practice. In 2015 Dana completed her certification through the Kunndalini Yoga Crestone-Denver program lead by Karta Purkh Kaur. Since then she's had the pleasure to teach classes and workshops in South America and the U.S. She finds joy in empowering others to amplify their capacity, love and awareness through the pracitice. Her teaching style is grounding, uplifting and integrative.