Having practised various types of yoga for many years when Karen discovered Kundalini Yoga she recognised it as the one for her.
Karen trained as a Kundalini Yoga instructor with i-SKY and was teaching in West London until moving to the West Country in 2014. She believes that stretching the body, mastering a complicated asana or working up a sweat are not the goals of Kundalini Yoga. Instead, the aim is one of personal growth with positive energy. This is a yoga available to everyone, regardless of age or physical ability.
Kundalini Yoga was introduced to the West in 1968 by Yogi Bhajan. Known as the ‘yoga of awareness’, Kundalini Yoga also works to increase vitality, strengthen the immune system and enjoy greater stamina and flexibility.
The Old Rectory Clinic in Iron Acton is conveniently located with easy access from Yate, Chipping Sodbury, Frampton Cotterell, Coalpit Heath, Winterbourne, Westerleigh, Thornbury and the surrounding areas.
Current Holistic Therapies & Key Qualifications
- Level One Kundalini Instructor
Therapy fees: £8 per session
Availability: Monday 6.10pm - 7.10pm and - 7.30pm - 8.30pm |
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