Kundalini Series with Isabel: Journey to the Temple of the Self

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Saturday 9/17/2022 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Saturday 10/8/2022 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Saturday 11/19/2022 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Saturday 12/17/2022 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

$50.00 Kundalini Single class

You will journey through the temple gates of self devotion with:

Kundalini Yoga




Relaxation & Integration

To restore and align your body, mind and soul.

As conscious souls, we strive to respond to life with mindfulness, courage, and compassion. Our practice gives us the capacity to go beyond our habits of reacting challenges with fear and insecurity.

Kundalini Yoga graces us with an almost countless variety of practices that work to calm our fears and anxieties.

As we transition through life , we can go through these times with the strength and steadiness they demand. Keep calm and keep up so together we can be a light in the chaos and look to the future with hope and tranquillity.

Each of us has amazing potential for creating health, happiness, love, and a life of fulfillment. 

Deep in our hearts, we know we have the ability to activate and generate a life of our highest calling. 

The question is: Are we allowing the magnificent brightness of our true selves to shine, or are we hiding the radiance we were born with? Just as a diamond needs light to sparkle, our own true self needs the release of its inner light to be fulfilled.

These practices support you in clearing your energetic restrictions so your true self shines as wonderfully as it can, in accord with our natural, inherent ability. 

The ancient practices of kundalini yoga are incredibly effective tools in this modern age for activating the elusive, hidden release of magnetism we are born with. 

The exercises open up energy pathways within our body, so we can experience vibrant health, abundance, love, empathy, intuition, and an expanded sense of connection with others.

There are a hundred ways to hide the sensitive, beautiful nature of who we are.

In this era, many of us are noticing an inner voice persistently reminding us to leave behind our fears and step into the magnificence that we naturally possess. And the urging, calling, and whispering of this inner voice can no longer be ignored.

Kundalini yoga is an ancient, time-tested system of exercise and meditation that boosts our energy, synchronises the impulses of our nervous system, releases energetic blockages, balances out hormones, and uplifts our attitude to allow the pure radiance of our authentic self to shine.

Temple 1 - Pranayama - Kundalini Dance practice to ignite the flame of purification.  

In kundalini yoga we ignite the breath to cleanse and purify our internal landscape and invite deeper regulation.

This process will be a deep relaxation and realignment as with your sympathetic nervous system.

Temple 2 - Movement - Kundalini Yoga

Subconscious cleanse of unknown fears = Release.

It is impossible to relax when we are in a state of fear. Most of our fears are caused by the belief that we are separate, separate from others, separate from self, separate from our creator, separate from our dreams, separate from all that we want in life. At the root we are fearful of losing what we have now or not getting what we want in the future. Even with hopeful and positive intentions the fears can easily hide out in our subconscious and creep up unexpectedly. When we aren't able to identify and process this fear, it leads to stress and an onslaught of other emotions as well as physical side effects. Thanks to kundalini yoga, it invites our attention to the body, which brings you to a state of calm where you can achieve God's light and feel a deep sense of success.

Give yourself this gift, release your fears and relish in the resulting relaxation and inner balance.

Fear is held in different parts and organs of our bodies. We must stimulate/activate these parts of us for a deep clean and re-alignment.

When considering fear and how it manifests in the body, mind and spirit, think of an energy that is closed off – separate from and disconnected from all that is around us. As fear is often a protective force in our lives, this type of reaction makes sense. However, if we choose to focus, either consciously or unconsciously, on our fearful and limiting thoughts, we step further and further away from trusting our connection to the boundless and Infinite part of who we are. Instead, we start to believe the “story” our minds tell us about what is unfolding in our lives and our emotions start to become lodged in our physical body. When this happens, we can move from a state of restriction and fear into an expansive, empowering, restful and peacefulness.

Temple 3 - Meditation Kundalini Yoga 

Cultivating the essence of change.

The law of the Universe is changing. Everything changes. However, the ego will not let you change easily. You change but your ego does not let you see your own maturity or potential. It blocks communication.

This creates a condition of constant hassle in the mind. The difference between your reality and your perception of it through the ego creates doubts, and doubts create misery. Doubt steals three feet of your auric radiance.

To come out of the darkness, you must assess yourself. Ultimately, to be happy through all change and to have the full radiance of your soul, there must be surrender of your self to your higher self.

To aid the process of self-evaluation and to probe the ego to change and unblock subconscious communication, practice this meditation each day

Temple 4 - Mantra ~ Meditation ~ Frequency

Mantra is a key component used in Kundalini Yoga and it is used to alter patterns of the mind on a physical and energetic level. Mantras are the vibrational manifestation of its meaning. The sound vibrations of mantras have the ability to elevate or alter consciousness through their meaning and rhythmical repetition. By chanting/singing a mantra, we invoke the positive vibrations of the mantra and broadcast it into our energetic field. The repetition of the sound and the words of the mantra will amplify its meaning in our physical and energetic life. It will almost immediately shift the way you feel regardless if it was letting out your emotions, letting go, reaffirming your self-worth, transmuting your fears to love, etc. As Kundalini mantras are usually sung in a song version, the melody and beat of the music assists in its vibrational manifestation and purpose.

All the mantras typically used in Kundalini Yoga are in Gurmukhi, a sacred Indian language, and occasionally, in English. Whenever you feel wayside about life or yourself, you can always tap into the power of mantras to re-ground and rewire your subconscious and strengthen your resilience in any difficulties that may come your way.

By vibrating in rhythm with the breath to a particular sound that is proportional to the creative sound, or sound current, one can expand one’s sensitivity to the entire spectrum of vibration. In other words, as you vibrate, the universe vibrates with you.

In Kundalini Yoga, there is a powerful mantra for healing. The way that it heals is to tune a soul to the vibration of the Universe, which is pure and without disease or pain.

Called the Siri Gaitri Mantra, it holds within it eight sounds that stimulate the Kundalini flow within the central channel of the spine for healing. It brings balance into the core of our energetic body and floods it with new energy.

Imagine a prism catching the light of the sun and refracting it out into a rainbow. This mantra does something similar with the healing energy of the Universe. It grabs onto the healing elixir of the Divine and allows you to steer it into a particular direction…either into yourself, into another person, the whole planet, or anything on which you focus your intention.

Isabel Falcon

I started my Journey in Yoga almost 9 years ago and transformed my self and my life.

I practice and teach both Hatha and Kundalini Yoga. I see my Hatha practice as daily maintenance a great way to work out kinks in my body, get grounded and calm. My Kundalini practice is a place of transformation. The kriyas and meditations are much more specific than your regular flow class, much like an Iyengar or Ghosh practice, but rather than focusing on physical alignment, the kriyas are a specific set of exercises that generate energy, organize that energy and deliver you to a specific energetic state particularly one of greater awareness.

Also within the practice are built-in moments of stillness where we sit quietly and awaken to our Self. The breathwork within the kriyas is so powerful that it starts to strip away the layers that veil our consciousness, and in the sweet moments between poses we can sense the fullness of who we are. The kriyas work on strengthening your nervous system, balancing your glandular system, purifying the body and calming the mind.

I have practiced kriyas that have left me blissed out, high and filled with a sense of connection and joy, and others that have provoked and confronted me to the very core of who I am, both physically and mentally. I have learned to stay present and accept pleasure and pain as part of the same journey to health and balance. Our ego naturally leans towards pleasure and comfort. It takes concerted effort and discipline to begin to release the ego’s grip on our consciousness. This effort is the work required to begin to access the truth of who we are, to create a strong connection to our Soul and therefore our Soul’s work on this planet. It is where we start to make great strides toward living as an enlightened being.

Before practicing Kundalini Yoga, I had done some meditation, but it had always been elusive for me. Meditations within Kundalini Yoga are multifaceted. You can do the simplest forms, such as breath awareness or simple mantra, or explore more elaborate meditations where there is a specific breath, mantra and mudra that all work together to balance different aspects of the mind and body. When practiced for 40–120 days, the result is pure magic.

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