Want to get deeper into your practice?

After experiencing a few classes, you may discover that Kundalini Yoga quickly extends beyond physical fitness. As a practice, it is multi-dimensional, encompassing, and has potential to create lasting mental, emotional, and spiritual transformation. If you find yourself wanting more than is offered in regular yoga classes, deepen your practice by joining other dedicated Yoga Phoenix students and teachers in any of the following ways.

Practice 40 Days to Make a Change!

Yogic science teaches that it takes 40 days to create or change a habit.  A 40-day commitment to change can provide the shift needed to develop a healthy habit or to drop a destructive habit.

There are several approaches to a 40-day practice. Some students start by attending yoga classes 40 days in a row. This is a great way to strengthen the body and commit to a set length of practice time each day. Others practice sadhana.

Sadhana is a daily personal practice.  In the Kundalini Yoga tradition, it is suggested that a personal practice be done early in the morning, ideally before sunrise! This time is the optimal time for spiritual practice and it prepares you for the day ahead. However, a Sadhana practice can be done at any time.

Sadhana can be a few minutes of meditation when you wake in the morning, it can be a yoga class you attend, or it can be any spiritual practice.

A 40-day practice is demanding. It is difficult. But you can do it. The 40-day practice gives you the experience of discipline, and it teaches you that you can go through the challenges in life and create the change you desire.

Teacher Training

The best way to gain an in-depth understanding of Kundalini Yoga is to take part in a Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training course.  These courses are for serious students of Kundalini Yoga who want to take their practice and learning to a deeper level.

Teacher Training courses provide transformational and educational experiences whether you want to be a yoga teacher or not. These courses cover all the basics of Kundalini Yoga as well as exploring topics such as lifestyle, philosophy, spiritual development, and humanology.

See our Teacher Training page for more information on the upcoming Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training course.

Practice 40 Days to Make a Change!

Yogic science teaches that it takes 40 days to create or change a habit.  A 40-day commitment to change can provide the shift needed to develop a healthy habit or to drop a destructive habit.

There are several approaches to a 40-day practice. Some students start by attending yoga classes 40 days in a row. This is a great way to strengthen the body and commit to a set length of practice time each day.

A 40-day practice is demanding. It is difficult. But you can do it. The 40-day practice gives you the experience of discipline, and it teaches you that you can go through the challenges in life and create the change you desire.

Practice Sadhana

Sadhana is a daily personal practice.  In the Kundalini Yoga tradition, it is suggested that a personal practice be done early in the morning, ideally before sunrise! This time is the optimal time for spiritual practice and it prepares you for the day ahead. However, a Sadhana practice can be done at any time.

Sadhana can be a few minutes of meditation when you wake in the morning, it can be a yoga class you attend, or it can be any spiritual practice.

Recommended Reading

For in-depth study of Kundalini Yoga topics, the following books are suggested.

  • The Mind: Its Projections and Multiple Facets

    by Yogi Bhajan Gurucharan S. Khalsa

    This book covers the workings of the mind and includes Yogi Bhajan lectures and meditations for effecting different aspects of the mind. This book is a fascinating read and the meditations are powerful and specific for creating change in mental attitude.

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  • The Master's Touch

    by Yogi Bhajan

    This book is received as part of the Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training program or can be purchased separately. It includes Yogi Bhajan lectures from two teacher training courses and meditations that were taught during those courses. This book is a great way to learn from the direct words of Yogi Bhajan, Master Teacher of Kundalini Yoga.

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