Kundalini Yoga Kriya For Building Strength And Vigor

by | Apr 7, 2014 | Beginners Yoga, Flexibility, Kundalini Yoga, Lower Back Pain, Success, Weight Loss

Simple, quick and powerful, this set is an amazing weightloss workout, toning the buttocks, abs and legs. Improves flexibility and strengthens the nervous system.

This Kriya was taught by Yogi Bhajan on the 6th of June, 1984

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Instructions:

This is a vigorous set of exercises. Each exercise must be done quickly and powerfully. To prepare for this yoga set, tune in with Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo 3 times to invoke the Divine presence within, followed by some yoga warm ups.


1. Lie on your stomach and grab your ankles. Use your legs to pull against your arms and rise up into Bow Pose. Lower back down. Continue this up and down Bow Pose for 6 minutes. CLICK HERE FOR THE FREE VIDEO

2. Lie on your back alternately lifting each leg up to 90 degrees. Breathe heavily through the mouth and move fast.
1.5 minutes
3. Sit in Easy Pose and interlock your hands behind your back. Inhale, keep the breath held, and bow down 8 times, bringing the forehead to the floor and raising your arms as high as you can with each bow.
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4. Raise yourself slowly up into Half Wheel Pose. Hold the position for 30 seconds. Then begin alternate leg lifts in Half Wheel Pose. 2 mins. Done correctly, this exercise has the capacity to take away pain from your life.
If the half wheel pose is to much for you, hold the pelvis up with the hands supported on the elbows,
try the modification below:
4. Pose modification, with alternate leg lifts. 2 mins
5. Easy Pose. Place your hands on top of your head with the fingers interlocked. Twist your torso left and right, while at the same time, slowly bending forward as far as you can. Move inch by inch. When you have gone as far forward as you can, continue twisting left and right and gradually rise back up and go as far backward as you can. 1.5 mins.6. Savasana. Deeply relax, let go. 5-10 mins. CLICK HERE FOR THE FREE VIDEO
Daily Practice: The 108 yogi scriptures called the Kundalini Upanishads, call for at least 2.5 hours of sadhana before the rising of the sun. Sadhana is a self discipline of the mind and body to serve the soul, that allows one to express the Infinite within ones self.
SAT NAM xx

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