About Kundalini Yoga, as taught by Yogi Bhajan
Come to class! Thursdays from 5/17-June 28 we will meet on Thursdays from 4:30-6pm with Daya Narayan Betsy Perry to explore The Beauty of Imperfection.
You may use class cards to attend this series. You may also purchase online for series promo (cards purchased on promo for this series will be marked separately and may not be used during other classes).
You may attend one class, or all seven!
Kundalini Yoga is designed to give you a “hands on” experience of your highest consciousness. It is a process that goes beyond the mind to where we can follow our hearts. This technology combines breath, mudra, eye-focus, mantra, body locks, and postures in a precise, conscious manner to affect the body, mind and soul. Kundalini Yoga will give you an experience of the Self and can lead you towards becoming a healthy, happy, holy human-being. What matters most is your personal experience.
As an instructor of these teachings I have stimulated a part of myself I was unaware of and that is what I hope to bring to you . The awareness of Self and personal life balance that comes as you commit to yourself and this practice. What matters most is your personal experience.
Jagdeesh began her journey through the practice of yoga in the 90's. Certified as Massage Therapist in 2000 she also decided to become a Hatha Instructor with Stephanie Keach. In 2002 she began to search for more in her practice and that is when Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan became a heart centered practice for her. She also has been sharing the healing sounds of the Gong since 2015 .
"Along with my massage practice I continue to learn and grow into the human I choose to be in this world. Strong, unshakable, compassionate, kind and a powerful woman. This doesn't mean I am clear of issues in my life, I just handle things a whole lot better and I am at peace with where I am in this moment."
Suzi Jagdeesh Kaur
Daya Narayan began practicing yoga in the 1990’s when the aches and pains from running had caught up with her. As she approached retirement from a career in nursing and management, she never dreamed of becoming a certified yoga teacher until she experienced the power of Kundalini yoga as a physical and spiritual practice. She became a certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher in July 2016, at the age of 70. Along with her yoga practice and healthcare background, Betsy brings a lifetime of service and spiritual study to guide people in finding balance, joy, and openness in the everyday experience of their physical and spiritual selves.
Kundalini yoga is an ancient and powerful form of yoga which beautifies our bodies by awakening the body’s natural healing power, releases stress, and deepens meditation.
No matter your body size, how stiff or flexible you are, your strength, or your mobility, you are beautiful and you can practice Kundalini Yoga.
Daya Narayan Betsy Perry