Sat nam. All those that have been coming to our classes will know that we are a collective of Kundalini Yoga teachers who trained together with the same school – Karam Kriya. We are Kary, Madschri and Martin. We began with free classes on Clissold Park N16 during the summer of 2012 and have progressed to a popular regular classes and workshops at The Castle Climbing Centre and various centres around London. We aim to one day move into our own permanent space where we can continue to deliver affordable classes accessible to everyone. The vision is also to create a community space at affordable prices for teachers who want to run workshops based around the principles of Kundalini Yoga.
When a student is called into action on the mat it encourages a deeper self awareness; ultimately the aim is to understand I Am Enough. Through Kundalini Yoga – the yoga of self initiation I aim to encourage love and acceptance of all that you are, and consequently a loving connection to others.
“I am interested to call souls to gather… to discover again and again the immeasurable threshold where our differences and common ground meet; where we each find the space which is ours and the presence to be.” Shiv Charan Singh
I have been practicing Kundalini Yoga since 2008 and teaching since 2012. My aim is to guide the students towards a calm and focused mind, a knowledge of the self and a rejuvenated body. I believe that in order to claim residency in our soul we need to first make our busy mind a servant, and also maintain our body so it can carry us to our destiny.
“Your mind is your servant, your body is your vehicle and your soul is your residence” Yogi Bhajan
I lead my classes with joy and spiritual devotion and emphasize correct posture and breathing. I have a deep insight into the minute details of the body’s mechanisms and believe that human beings mirror the Cosmos the same way the Cosmos mirrors humans. I therefore also use chanting and sound particularly during meditations to tune in with the Universal vibration we all are. I will be away immersing himself in Karma Yoga at various ashrams in India and Europe until spring 2015.