Regular classes 9 & 11 AM this Saturday.
CLOSED Sunday and Monday for Memorial Day Weekend.
The Kundalini Yoga Center and Guru Ram Das Ashram provide opportunities toimprove your physical, mental and spiritual self. Located in the heart of San Francisco, in the Haight Ashbury, the Center offers ongoing yoga classes, special events, meditations,and alternative healing. Over thirty years of teaching, healing and meditating have created a learning environment that immediately calms the soul as you you enter the 100-year-old Victorian.
What is Kundalini Yoga?
Kundalini Yoga is a science of awareness. To cultivate awareness we use exercise and meditation. There is a great variety of techniques and each class is likely to be different. Students do not need extraordinary strength or flexibility to benefit from Kundalini Yoga. They will have opportunities to challenge themselves to expand mentally physically, spiritually. It is not primarily a physical workout; it is not just sitting quietly in meditation. It is a potent combination of work on the nervous system, the glandular system and the immune system. Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan has helped many students deal with stress and find relief from many related conditions. Just one class creates a powerful lasting effect. Regular practice opens up vast possibilities for relaxation, health and elevation.
“A kriya in yoga is a sequence of postures, breath and sound that are integrated together to allow the manifestation of a particular state. When you do a kundalinikriya the result of its repetition is the access to, and mastery of a particular, predictable and stable state – a facet of your awareness.” THE AQUARIAN TEACHER
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Guru Ram Das Ashram
The Kundalini Yoga Center is also known as Guru Ram Das Ashram. The Ashram was founded by a community of students and teachers from the Healthy, Happy and Holy Organization, or 3HO. Some practitioners of the 3HO lifestyle practice the spiritual path called Sikh Dharma. Founded over 500 years ago in India, Sikh Dharma is now a worldwide religion with over 20 million members.