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Kundalini Yoga and Meditation at One Heart Yoga Menlo Park
Discover why Kundalini Yoga is called "the yoga of awareness" as we begin our spring series, "Yoga & Your MInd." Please do join us at One Heart Yoga in Menlo Park as we feature a different guest teacher each week to lead our practice, which includes a kriya (series of postures), mantra (chant), and meditation. Class begins at 7 pm and ends at approximately 8:30 pm. Bring a yoga mat, cushion or blanket, and water. Please note that this is a donation-based class. All ability levels welcomed--no experience necessary! April Teachers: April 5 Rajpreet Kaur; April 12 Kulbir Kaur; April 19 Ramgeet Kaur; April 26 Ram Inderjeet Kaur May Teachers: May Manprem Kaur; May 10 Japa Kaur; May 17 Kulbir Kaur; May 24 Amar Kaur

One Heart Yoga in Little House at Roslyn G. Morris Activity Center

800 Middle Ave · Menlo Park, CA

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Are you interested in trying Kundalini Yoga? Relax and unwind while practicing a sequence of postures known as "kriyas" and discover why Kundalini Yoga is commonly known as "the yoga of awareness." This group is for anyone interested in Kundalini Yoga classes and events in the Palo Alto-Menlo Park area. Classes are now held from 7-8:30 pm at One Heart Yoga 800 Middle Ave in the Little House at the Roslyn G. Morris Activity Center. Classes include a Kundalini Yoga Kriya and meditation. Classes are taught by a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher and are donation based. Other events will be scheduled based on interest. Like us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/oneheartyoga/?fref=ts) and check out our schedule of teachers posted online at One Heart Yoga. (http://www.oneheartyoga.com/class-schedule.html)

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What is Kundalini Yoga? Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan® is considered the most comprehensive of yoga traditions, combining meditation, mantra, physical exercises and breathing techniques; it is a Raj Yoga, encompassing the eight limbs of yoga into a singular practice of excellence and ecstasy. “Kundalini” literally means “the curl of the lock of hair of the beloved.” This poetic metaphor alludes to the flow of energy and consciousness that exists within each of us, and enables us to merge with – or “yoke” – the universal Self. Fusing individual and universal consciousness creates a divine union, called “yoga.” The Upanishads, dating back to the fifth century B.C., describe the kundalini, although the oral tradition reaches back even further into history. For thousands of years, this sacred science and technology was veiled in secrecy, passed along verbally from master to chosen disciple.--description from the Kundalini Research Institute website

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