Kundalini is an ancient soul-nourishing practice which increases our physical vitality and expands our consciousness.
This ancient healing practice awakens and connects us to the divine energy within ourselves, so we can achieve a life full of lightness, joy, and boundless love.
The beauty of Kundalini Yoga lies in its truly holistic nature.
The practice is in itself meditative, whilst simultaneously strengthening the physical body, helping us to find peace in the present moment and occasionally comfort in the discomfort, Kundalini shifts us into a space of AWARENESS.
Through this inner healing work we can blossom into individuals able to honour our identity of truth – our true Sat Naam.
The origin of the rainbow chakras and the Kundalini serpent derive from the Yoruba orisha system of ancient West Africa, deified in the divinity Oshumare. This was later taken to Kemet (Ancient Egypt) and became the Uraeas, and then transferred to the Andamanese (the oldest inhabitants of India) from where the physical exercises that constitute yoga as we know it and the Hindu concept of chakras evolved. In the tantric tradition, it is believed that the energy that was brought forth at the creation, the Kundalini, is a serpent coiled at the base of the spine. Through the use of yoga and meditation, the Kundalini energy can be awakened to flow through the body and allow us to connect with our pure creative spirit.