Kundalini Yoga and Meditation ~ The Yoga of Awareness


Every Monday at 7.30pm – 9pm
Centre of Joy (6-minute walk from Paya Lebar MRT Stn Exit D)
$150 for 4 sessions

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Kundalini Yoga and Meditation ~ The Yoga of Awareness

Instructor: Kunah Wong
Dates: Every Monday
Time: 7.30pm – 9pm
Venue: Centre of Joy
Fee: $150 for 4 sessions

You may join the class any time.

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About the Instructor

Kunah Wong is a KRI (Kundalini Research Institute) certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, she enjoys sharing yoga philosophy and techniques to help participants deal with stress, health and relationship issues that we face in our daily lives.

Kunah’s teaching approach is to provide participants with the experience of connecting to one’s own essence. Her gentle and friendly demeanor, dedication, and effective communication and organization skills, make her courses attractive and accessible to all. She designs her course to facilitate greater introspection and growth in participants, and also providing them the opportunities to heal, to be challenged, and to excel.


Why do Kundalini Yoga?

Kundalini Research Institute:
“The primary objective [of Kundalini] is to awaken the full potential of human awareness in each individual; that is, Recognize our awareness, Refine that awareness, and Expand that awareness to our unlimited SelfClear any inner duality, Create the power to deeply listen, Cultivate inner stillness, and Prosper and Deliver excellence in all that we do.”


What is Yoga and its goals?

Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit root yuj, meaning “to yoke,” or “to unite”. The practice aims to create union between body, mind and spirit, as well as between the individual self and universal consciousness.

Such a union tends to neutralize ego-driven thoughts and behaviours, creating a sense of spiritual awakening, leading to greater integration of inner peace and clarity of the mind. The ultimate goal of yoga is to achieve liberation to strength and integration that makes possible for the following benefits:

  • Improves cognitive function: A small 2017 study found that a 12-week Kundalini yoga intervention improved cognition, memory, and mood among participants with minor cognitive impairment and who are aged 55 years and above
  • Relieves stress: Several studies show that Kundalini yoga can reduce stress among adolescents in urban areas and adults under the age of 45
  • Increases flexibility: A small 2017 study involving college women found that 16 weeks of Kundalini yoga sessions significantly improved flexibility on a sit and reach test.
  • Reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression: Another small study involving women with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) found that eight weeks of Kundalini yoga can reduce anxiety levels relative to those who just received standard therapy.


What is Kundalini Yoga?

Kundalini Yoga is a sacred science. This technology precisely and consciously combines breath work, hand positions (that lock and direct energy into different parts of the brain), eye-focus, mantras, body locks, dynamic postures, and meditations to balance the glandular system, strengthen the nervous system on a cellular level, regulate the 72,000 nerves endings in the body, expand lung capacity, purify the blood stream, and increase energetic awareness. It brings balance to the mind-body-spirit (soul) connection.

This course is suitable for practitioners of all levels, ages or physical abilities. No prior experiences in yoga is required to attend the course. For advanced practitioner, each session deepens your inner connection.


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