Yoga4All Tucson offers many weekly classes. You will notice teachers often focus their class on a theme or series to highlight a specific aspect of Kundalini Yoga. Each class is a complete experience so feel free to come to one or all classes in a specific series.
Christmas Carrol Revisited
Monday Night with Tejpal
Chanting Meditation at Every Class.
Monday Nights 6:30-7:45 pm
As the holidays season comes to its full bloom so are Christmas Carroll.
No matter what your tradition is, singing or chanting has always been an important part of any celebration.
I was raised Catholic and as a kid the only part I liked during church service was the singing. I was then member of a chorus and after a couple of hours of singing I always felt so good…clearer and lighter..away from deep existential pain and anxiety; I felt spacious inside.
In my family of origin love and caring were not part of the formula but one thing was sure, when we were all singing there was some cohesiveness. I remember these long car trips with my five siblings in the back of an old Peugeot… The way to go was to sing, all of us, one song after another non stop for several hours. At that moment nothing else mattered much, we even enjoyed singing harmony with each other; we were one unit.
In my spiritual path of explorations, I was so grateful to discover that chanting was an important part of Kundalini Yoga. Chanting is in fact a healing process where you stimulate specific meridian points in the body and engage a conversation between your pituitary gland, your
hypothalamus and your nadis. Chanting is part a yogic tradition called Naad Yoga, there is a divine precision in it.
I pretty much guaranty that if you chant, you will feel better more at peace with your self, spacious and relaxed inside and more accepting of what is for you at that moment. You may get great pleasure : a feeling of expansiveness and radiance that will help develop your intuition and
make decisions that include your spiritual dimension.
The beauty of chanting is that there is no season for it we can do it all year long. To match the spirit of the Holiday Season we are going to do a chanting meditation every class for the next several months.
In case you have not started your “40 Days Meditation For the Holiday Season” here is a link to guide you.
I hope you can come! The more we are chanting together the more we heal and elevate.
Monday night Kundalini Yoga with Tejpal.
If you can breathe you can do Kundalini Yoga.
Kundalini Yoga with Sadhu, Experience your own Self.
Sadhu Kaur started practicing Kundalini Yoga in 2004 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Sadhu is a KRI Level One Instructor, Level Two Practitioner of Kundalini Yoga and Associate Teacher Trainer. In 2009, Sadhu Kaur moved to Espanola, NM and served as the Bureau Chief for the Aquarian Trainer Academy KRI for 5 years. Sadhu Kaur lives now in Tucson with her husband and two children. Sadhu's classes are uplifting, encompassing her passion for music and dance.
Kundalini Yoga with Daya Preet
Saturdays 8:30-9:45 am March 18, 25 & April 1st
Do you ever feel like you have two minds when making a decision?
You do have two minds, and are forgetting…your third!
For the next three weeks join Daya Preet and enjoy a weekly kriya and meditation that focuses on each mind: protective mind, positive mind, and neutral mind. The protective mind calculates risks, the positive mind calculates benefits and the neutral mind evaluates both and chooses.
Kundalini Yoga, as taught by Yogi Bhajan, supports the growth of consciousness and self-awareness.
“If you master your mind, you master the whole universe because once you master your mind and bring it to neutrality the Universal mind will serve you.” ~ Yogi Bhajan
Daya Preet (Whitney Vale) is a certified Level 1 Kundalini Yoga teacher. She is a published poet, professional actor, and spiritual practitioner. Her passions are creating beauty in the world and encouraging you to see the beauty in yourself.
New Series for 2017- Live Your Life! Developing Your Personal Practice Through Kundalini Yoga & Meditation
Kundalini Yoga with Sant Kaur
“No one else can limit you. If you want to limit yourself, you can. Otherwise, the entire resources of the Universe are yours to use. “– Yogi Bhajan
I attended my first Kundalini Yoga class when I was a sophomore in college. My husband and I had met the previous year. We immediately started looking for…….something. We didn’t know (really) what we were looking for. We just knew everything we saw, and most of what we did was not “it.” This first class took place in Guru Ram Das Ashram, Buffalo, N.Y. The house was a beautiful old Victorian mansion. There were several people living there, and most attended class. The aroma that surrounded us was that of Yogi Tea. I was new to yoga, and hopeful. By the time we sang “Longtime Sun” we knew this was “it.” We began to rise early and walk to the ashram for deep meditation and chanting during the ambrosial hours.
Weeks later, we moved into the ashram, Yogi Bhajan came to visit and teach. He performed a wedding ceremony for us and another couple. Wow!
Each morning we would awaken to a musician who went door to door chanting “Rise up, Rise up.” Later I learned to play that song on my autoharp and woke the Brooklyn Ashram residents daily for years. Sadhana, a personal practice in community, became the cornerstone of each day.
Yes, that is part of my history. It was the beginning of personal practice. I was amazed at how much energy I was able to gather, how much clearer my thinking, how capable I began to feel in new situations (volunteering, working with disabled children, being a member of a large spiritual community). Each class I attended gave me more. Against all odds, I went for it. I began to live my life.
I invite you to live yours. Go beyond the limit you’ve set for yourself. Give yourself this chance on Saturday mornings. Come and learn techniques taught by Yogi Bhajan; some pranayama, some kriyas, some long meditations, some short. Each week, I will introduce you to some of my favorites. Then you can decide if something you have experienced is “it.” Perhaps you will integrate it into your daily life and let yourself welcome the results.