About Kundalini and Yogi Bhajan

Kundalini as taught by Yogi Bhajan is an exquisite practice of  mudra, kriya, breathing techniques, deep meditation and relaxation.  The recipe of each class brings the practitioner to a balanced and harmonious state of relaxed bliss.  The power of the practice helps each person, class by class, step by step to clear out the fear and stress, and uncover the natural source of energy and light.  Come join us and work hard, have fun, grow, glow and, as is our custom, enjoy yogi tea and treats after class!

Yogi Bhajan

Yogo Bhajan (color)YOGI BHAJAN, Master of Kundalini Yoga, arrived in the United States in 1969 with a stated purpose: “I have come to create Teachers, not to gather disciples.” For over 30 years, he traveled internationally teaching Kundalini Yoga, the Yoga of Awareness. In 1969 Yogi Bhajan founded 3HO — the Happy, Healthy, Holy Organization, based on his first principle “Happiness is your birthright.” Through The Aquarian Teacher Program, Yogi Bhajan has trained thousands of KRI Certified Kundalini Yoga Teachers. In 1994, the International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association, (IKYTA), was formed to further spread these priceless teachings through the united efforts of Kundalini Yoga teachers worldwide.

What students have to say…

I first came to Hari’s class as someone who did not like yoga. I had taken several yoga classes and I never understood their appeal. I felt like they were Westernized versions of something sacred from India and although I didn’t know much about yoga’s origins, I felt kind of creepy doing yoga just to get more toned. I first went to Hari’s class on the recommendation of a friend and was immediately hooked. I can’t explain why, but I felt, in my spirit, amazing. Hari’s classes challenge me physically and spiritually and I truly think that I am stronger on both fronts as a result. Having gotten to know Hari personally, I know that she cares deeply about her students and I feel very lucky to have been introduced to her classes.
— Akiba Smith-Francis

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