Kundalini Flow Yoga - Drop In

Facilitator Lena Grace Yoga

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Kundalini Flow Yoga - Drop In

ADVANCE BOOKING REQUIRED for this class


The autumn season has seen a change in my Monday evening offering at St Werburgh’s Community Centre.


In our 75-minute session we’ll drawing on the principles of Kundalini yoga, interweaved with movement and flow.


Kundalini been my home practice for several years and commitment to it has produced both profound and subtle changes.

Occasions when I’ve omitted kundalini from my daily practice, I really notice the difference over a period of time.


Our sessions will continue to start as they always have where we take the time to tune into the body and breath; the invaluable slowing down process of coming into stillness. Allowing yourself time away from the demands of life. For me it’s invaluable to take time to notice what’s happening with the body and breath without judgement.


Tuning in with mantra (chanting) will continue, it will bring us to a place of oneness.


Our practice will now include a regular commitment to Kriyas which are an integral part of kundalini yoga.


If you’re unfamiliar with kriyas they tend to be comprised of asana (postures), pranayama (breathing exercises), mantra and mudra (hand gestures).

They can be dynamic or more meditative; and there’s a kriya for pretty much everything from addiction to anxiety to working to overcome imagined disabilities or increasing your intuition.


You’re so welcome to join me.


Please feel free to get in touch.


Please bring a mat if you have one, and let me know in advance if you'd like to borrow one.


Also please advice me of any medical conditions or injuries.


Thank you

Kundalini Flow Yoga - Drop In Description

ADVANCE BOOKING REQUIRED for this class


The autumn season has seen a change in my Monday evening offering at St Werburgh’s Community Centre.


In our 75-minute session we’ll drawing on the principles of Kundalini yoga, interweaved with movement and flow.


Kundalini been my home practice for several years and commitment to it has produced both profound and subtle changes.

Occasions when I’ve omitted kundalini from my daily practice, I really notice the difference over a period of time.


Our sessions will continue to start as they always have where we take the time to tune into the body and breath; the invaluable slowing down process of coming into stillness. Allowing yourself time away from the demands of life. For me it’s invaluable to take time to notice what’s happening with the body and breath without judgement.


Tuning in with mantra (chanting) will continue, it will bring us to a place of oneness.


Our practice will now include a regular commitment to Kriyas which are an integral part of kundalini yoga.


If you’re unfamiliar with kriyas they tend to be comprised of asana (postures), pranayama (breathing exercises), mantra and mudra (hand gestures).

They can be dynamic or more meditative; and there’s a kriya for pretty much everything from addiction to anxiety to working to overcome imagined disabilities or increasing your intuition.


You’re so welcome to join me.


Please feel free to get in touch.


Please bring a mat if you have one, and let me know in advance if you'd like to borrow one.


Also please advice me of any medical conditions or injuries.


Thank you