kundalini yoga classes

At triyoga we offer over 15 Kundalini yoga classes each week, taught by some of the UK’s leading teachers. So whether you are a complete beginner or an advanced student, we have a Kundalini class to suit you.

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Q. What is Kundalini yoga?
Kundalini yoga combines asana, pranayama, music, mantra and meditation, which can lead to a profound sense of personal transformation. Yoga Bajan first introduced Kundalini yoga from India to the West in 1969 and it quickly grew in popularity, with teachers developing a variety of different styles to communicate the science behind the system.

Q. What are the benefits of Kundalini yoga?
Through a blend of asana, pranayama, music, mantra, and meditation, Kundalini yoga helps to strengthen intuition and willpower, as well as activate and rebalance the nervous and glandular systems. It is a powerful practice that will increase vitality and ability to heal, energise and balance the glandular and nervous systems, strengthen the whole body and clarify and uplift the mind. Yogi Bhajan was also interested in helping people break unwanted habits and addictions. By using physical and mental strength to maintain repetitive actions, you can start to overcome your mind’s desire to stop. The practice helps you gain the awareness and power you need to resist the temptation to fall back into those bad habits and to calm the mind.

Q. How much do Kundalini yoga classes cost at triyoga?
You can attend any iyengar yoga class with any of our class pricing options. View all pricing options here. If you’re new to triyoga we recommend:
30 days of unlimited classes for £54 or you can try one class with a 1 class pass for £17

Q. Do you offer Kundalini yoga teacher training at triyoga? 
Yes, we run a teacher training programme with international Kundalini yoga teachers Gurmukh and Gurushabd Khalsa. Visit our blog for more information about their acclaimed Aquarian 220-hour teacher training programme at triyoga in London.

class levels

what do the class levels mean?

Classes are divided into styles of yoga, but also levels. Check with your teacher before moving up a level and always inform your teacher if you are pregnant or have any injuries.

open level

Open to all levels from beginners to more experienced. The teacher adapts the class according to the students.

level 1

Open to complete beginners, those in the initial stages of yoga practice or those seeking a gentler asana practice. You will learn the fundamentals of yoga.

level 1-2

Builds on the foundational blocks that are established in a Level 1 class. A working knowledge of yoga principles is expected.

level 2

Works on deeper physical and psychological level. Introduces more sophisticated practices that may include more challenging postures (inversions, deeper backbends) as well as pranayama, mudra and meditation. Not suitable for beginners.

level 2-3

Teaches more difficult postures and breathing techniques. Assumes an understanding of the gross as well as subtle aspects of practice.

level 3

A challenging class for the experienced student who possesses deep awareness on both a physical and mental level. Definitely not for the faint-hearted.