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The way I practice and teach yoga is traditional and natural.

For me, yoga is a 24/7 practice to keep the physical body mobile, the mind clear, the spirit uplifted, and the soul connected!   

I am not interested in how much time you spend on your yoga mat or demonstrating an asana (yoga posture) perfectly.
Nor am I impressed for how long and how often you meditate.
It does not matter to me how many Pranayama (energizing breathing techniques) you have mastered. 
Do't' get get me wrong, Asanas and Pranayama are excellent tools.

What genuinely interests me is what mantra is running in your mind,
and therefore vibrating in your cells, reflecting your energetic state and shaping your being.   
We all run mantras all day long.
Examples could be: I can't do that! I am not good enough! I am blessed! I live in abundance!

The correct use of the right mantra is the most important tool Yoga has to offer! 

I wish for you that a transformative mantra like OM, SAT NAM, SHREEM is part of your daily spiritual yoga practice (Sadhana)
to purify your mind, gain liberation and help you to experience
who you truly are!

Self-Realization and Oneness with the higher consciousness is the ultimate goal of yoga!


I am very fond of Kundalini Yoga, which often is referred to as “Yoga of Awareness”.
Awareness is the active interaction of your finite identity (ego) with the infinite potential identity (higher consciousness).

Kundalini Yoga is the supreme technology to awake that awareness and take you into your original Self.  

Its unique style combines yoga postures (asanas), breathing techniques  (pranayama), finger postures (mudras), body locks (bandhas),  eye focus (3rd Eye Activation) and sound energy (mantras). 

Kundalini Yoga asks for physical and meditative discipline, which can transform your emotions, harness your busy mind, and
uplift your spirit way faster than any other yoga practice!


Kundalini (sanskrit word for: “coiled up” like a snake) refers to the energy that lays (in every human being) dormant at the base of the spine. Through the practice of Kundalini yoga, this powerful and highly transformative energy raises and travels up the spine,
through all the chakras, while creating an overall sense of well being and a heightened sense of awareness.



"Kundalini Yoga is not a religion. Religions come out of it. 
Kundalini Yoga is not a fad, and it's not a cult. 
It's a practice of experience of a person's own excellence, 
which is dormant and which is awakened."

                                               Yogi Bhajan, 7/26/96

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