Sirilakshmi is Kundalini Yoga teacher, Kundalini Yoga Therapist & Spiritual Guide
Regular practice of Kundalini Yoga merges your Emotional, Physical and Spiritual body, activating the Chakras (etheric centres) along the spine.
Gong Immersion to strengthen your immune system, relax your nerves in this extraordinary times.
A therapeutic technique that combines Kundalini Yoga, Meditation, Ayurvedic principles, Chinese medicine and Accupressure.
"The aim is to brings about a sense of equilibrium for the clients and students through Kundalini Yoga, Yoga Therapy and Metamorphic Technique ."
Sirilakshmi is Kundalini Yoga teacher, Kundalini Yoga Therapist and Metamorphic Technique Practitioner.
She has a keen interest in teaching Kundalini Yoga to local community and has seen how it has supported and transformed their life. She teaches for the Adult Learning services and teaches private classes. She is experienced in teaching students of all ages and abilities (Learning disability, the Elders, wheelchair users). Her classes bring joy and vibrancy to the practice through the power of Kundalini Yoga. She creates themes for students to achieve optimal health and personal transformation through self-care and awareness of the interconnectedness of all life - she is an engaging and practical teacher.
Indira Siri Lakshmi has been teaching Yoga and practicing Complementary Therapies 12 years. She made transition from full-time career in Banking, the Visual Arts and Architecture to Complementary Therapies and Kundalini Yoga.
Indira Siri Lakshmi is a certified Level One , Level Two teacher and Kundalini Medicine therapist. She infuses this knowledge into her classes, along with deeply relaxing Gong Meditations.
Indira Siri Lakshmi began to explore the practice of yoga in 1996, with Hatha Yoga, ViniYoga, and Iyengar. Her first Kundalini Yoga class was a deeply transformative experience in 2005. She found Kundalini Yoga to be most natural self-expression as an art form to realign the body and mind.
In Kundalini Yoga, the Chakras (etheric wheels) are understood to be the internal energy centres; our internal compasses, our internal radar on which we gauge our spiritual health. In a regular practice the Chakras communicate with each other to promote physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. During the practice of Kundalini Yoga, the postures engage the seven chakras, the meridian lines and accupressure points from your feet to the crown of the head.
What are they? Is there a science behind them? How could a Kundalini practice benefit you?
Come along and find out!
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