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Join our Kundalini Yoga class, designed to accommodate individuals of all levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners.
The classes are led by certified instructors who are volunteers from the Universal Peace Foundation of North America, a non-profit organization dedicated to Kundalini Meditation and Yoga.
You can join the class at any time during the year, and within a couple of weeks, you will easily grasp the structure and flow of the sessions since each class is distinct.
During these Kundalini yoga sessions, you will gain knowledge in:
▲ Asanas/yoga postures for physical and mental well-being
▲ Pranayama/breathing techniques for mind control
▲ Yoga Nidra/relaxation techniques for stress relief
▲ Dhyana/Kundalini Meditation (specifically for Kundalini practitioners) to attain higher levels of bliss and peace
▲ Kundalini Meditation (Chakra activation practices) will be offered upon request by practitioners after each class. If you are interested in learning Kundalini Meditation, please let the instructor know.
Days: Wednesdays – 6:10 – 7:10 pm
Venue: Hindu Temple Community Hall (opposite to Hindu Temple, Omaha)
Primarily In-person -> Please check email/WhatsApp notifications every week for any changes to the online class (due to weather or other reasons).
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Recommendations for the Kundalini Yoga class:
To Be Observed:
Practice asanas early in the morning or in the evenings on an empty stomach. If your practice session is scheduled during the day or evening, allow at least two to three hours to pass after your last meal.
To be Avoided:
Please avoid practicing if you have a fever, diarrhea, or any other acute condition. Asanas should not be performed during menstruation, and pregnant women should only practice a few simple asanas under expert guidance.
Respect your physical capabilities when doing asanas. Avoid pushing to fatigue. Initial mild discomfort is normal, but consistent practice will gradually reduce it.