About Yogic Technology
The science of Kundalini Yoga, Meditation, and Humanology was brought to the West in 1969 by Yogi Bhajan, Ph.D. Yogi Bhajan taught each student throughout his life to raise consciousness and embrace sacredness with only one request: that all who learned and earned this capacity would share it with all of humanity. He was here to train teachers, not collect students.
Kundalini Yoga, known as the ‘Yoga of Awareness’, appeals to a mass audience worldwide because of its attention to the subtle and extremely practical details of living a successful life. A practitioner of Kundalini can fully engage all of the worldly responsibilities while still achieving enlightenment. It is designed for people from all walks of life.
Through yogic postures, conscious breath, deep meditation and chanting, Kundalini Yoga aligns the body, mind and spirit, giving the practitioner access to the incredible powers and wisdom stored within. It is a non-denominational yoga practice for everyone.
Some major benefits include: inner calm and self-confidence; strengthened and balanced glandular health serving the entire physical body; improved concentration and clarity; all leading to the ability to reach our full potential with enhanced creativity.
Each class begins with the mantra “Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo”—I bow to the infinite wisdom within. We chant it three times to open all three chambers of the physical body (head, chest and abdomen).
We end each class with a blessing song. The words are: May the long time sun shine upon you, All love surround you, And the pure light within you, Guide your way on.
Sat Nam. Sat Nam means: the breath of life is truth and this truth is my infinite identity.