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Kundalini Yoga

We live in a stressful world, and more often than not, we don’t know how to manage it.

Work, family, and regular daily commitments cause plenty of stress on their own, and the stress is exacerbated by crisis situations that emerge from time to time. A common mantra these days is “I am totally stressed out!”

What can we do to alleviate the stress and change the mantra to “I am in perfect balance”. Yoga, meditation and Breathwork offers plenty of tools for managing stress.

Too much stress begins to affect our thoughts, behaviours, and even our physical health. Over time, stress diminishes our vitality and reduces our ability to enjoy life.

Through yoga and meditation, we can effectively manage our stress personality and act authentically even when faced with very stressful situations.

Yogic Breath -  Breath is a metaphor for life, it is a direct link to our mood, energy and hopefulness. As we inhale we take life in, and become inspired, as we exhale we release that part of ourselves back to the environment.

With Kundalini Yoga and the practice of breath and meditation that come with it, we can change the old stress patterns. Also reversing the ill effects of long-term stress and to increase our capacity to form and maintain healthy stress response patterns, breath, meditation and movement are essential.

Each class includes:

Tuning in, movement, pranayama (breath work), deep relaxation, to prepare you for powerful meditation. 



  • Enhances mood
  • Increase energy 
  • Reduce mental, emotional and physical stress 
  • Strengthens the immune system, thus reducing absence through illness
  • Reduces the risk of burnout and depression 
  • Improves self confidence 


We are all affected by stress at some point in our lives especially in the corporate and academic field, and that’s what makes kundalini yoga an excellent choice for you and your team.

We work in many settings - Schools, Corporate events, Festivals and one to one therapies.

1 in 4 people in the UK

1 in 4 people in the UK

have experienced a mental health problem