There are 7

Chakras or

energy centres

within the

human body

 

Kundalini Yoga

explores Chakras.

Kundalini comes

from Kundal,

which means

"lock of hair from

the beloved."

The uncoiling of

this "hair" is the

awakening of the

Kundalini,

the creative potential

that already exists

in every human.

 

This

uncoiling process

is known as

Kundalini.

What is uncoiling

and awakening?


It is within you,

nothing more

& nothing less.

It is an

innate capacity

that most people

simply are

not utilizing.


Yoga is the science

of the Self;


Kundalini is

the awakening of

the Self.

 

Chakras

1st:  Muladhara - Base/Root Chakra  at the base of the spine - related to the adrenal glands

2nd:  Svadhisthana - Sacral Chakra at coccyx or lower back/belly, 3-5 cm below navel - related to the thymus gland

3rd:  Manipura - solar plexus chakra behind the naval, in the area of the ribcage  - related to the adrenal glands

4th:  Anahata - heart chakra behind the heart -  related to the thymus gland

5th:  Visuddha - throat chakra behind/base of the throat - related to neck, thyroid and parathyroid glands

6th:  Ajna - brow chakra in the space between the eyebrows - related to the pituitary gland

7th:  Sahasrara - crown chakra located on top of the head, energetically outside the body - related to the pineal gland

 

Hatha

Yoga

 

The word

Hatha

comes from

2 Sanskrit

words:

 

Ha

meaning

sun

 Tha

meaning

moon

  

Hatha

blends the

sun & moon

that are in

each of us! 


Sun

(male)

active

energy

 

Moon

(female)

receptive

energy


 

Hatha

Yoga

 .....

to

bring

about

a balanced

flow of

energy

through

the body's

energy

centres

or

Chakras!



The 7

Chakras --

Muladhara

Svadhisthana

Manipura

Anahata

Vishuddha

Ajna

Sahasrara


*I also offer

classes

to help

balance

our

chakras

or

energy

centres