The Anatomy of Kundalini | Online Immersion
November 9 - November 13
In yoga, the deepest pulse of life in the body is known as the kundalini, a buzz current of neurological force that flows through the spine and throughout the body. But what is kundalini and how does it manifest in the body?
This course explores the colorful, poetic and artistic descriptions of kundalini within the yoga tradition while reimagining kundalini through the eyes of contemporary neuroscience. We use the yoga practice of asana, pranayama, yoga nidra, and meditation to enliven the deepest life force of the body. We will see how the force (shakti) of kundalini flows within the central nervous system and as awareness itself. This force bears close resemblance to the reptilian brain and brainstem. Through practice and study, we will see how breath, vibration, sound, and visualization activate this most primal vitality in the body.
When: Live Daily Zooms November 9 – 13 | 9:30am – 12:30pm **Except Friday, November 11 | 9:00am – 1:30pm
**This online immersion offers 30-Hours of Continuing Education hours, and can be applied towards the required hours for the Prajna Yoga 300/500-Hour Teacher Training.
**Please note ALL Live Zoom sessions will be recorded should you be unable to attend any live streams. All course materials are available indefinitely.
**Included in registration for the full course is access to two Prajna Live classes at 10:00 – 11:30am Mountain Time on Tuesday, November 8 and Friday, November 11. The Anatomy of Kundalini registrants will have access to these classes directly in the course curriculum for 30 days after the course completes.
**Have your props handy! We recommend two blocks, blankets, a thick bolster, an 8’ or 10’ belt/strap, and a backless Iyengar chair (modifications will be given if you do not have a chair). We recommend yogaoutlet.com and Manduka for props; backless chairs can be found on Amazon and Etsy.