Free Your Future from Your Past

Kundalini Yoga offers the opportunity to help us recognize our needs and express our creativity. Through constant practice, one can feel how the connection body-mind-spirit starts regaining a place in your consciousness. Your awareness clicks with it and doesn’t stop (unless you stop practicing regularly).

We also become more able to connect deeper with one another and have more have more mental clarity. The biggest treasure to me is, to be at peace with oneself and the Universe.

Kundalini Yoga is a great gift to have access to. The tools and knowledge are always there for you, ready to be picked up when you sit on the mat determined and dedicated to your practice which gradually can become a daily habit.

In our daily lives we face predictable situations, and unpredictable situations. Some things we have learned to observe from a distance (like separating yourself from a situation) and being able to release it, to let go of the emotion that the situation released in you.

Sometimes it is harder to separate yourself from the situation. Most of the times, what we can become unable to just observe and not identify with are negative emotions.

When you are in the path of yoga and it becomes part of you and you seek to fulfill your practice regularly (at least three times per week), you discover how easy it becomes to handle yourself in different situations, scenarios, places.

It is great to feel how Kundalini Yoga practice eases the way for you!

To know that there is a way -for those looking- to live a life where you are yourself (you are who you are meant to be), you feel fulfilled, loved and you love yourself.

There are some many good things that come with the regular practice of Kundalini Yoga. Your overall health improves, your work/business, your connection to people, your energy levels, your physical body.

And that is how you can begin to build a new path for you, a new future where you free yourself from your past thoughts, actions and reactions to create a more enjoyable future.

Grab your mat and play this video to begin practicing now!


If you are in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico you can check our socials to learn where are we teaching in person today. We offer a variety of opportunities for out-door yoga practice 🙂

Breathing: An overlooked miracle

How is your breathing right now?

When was the last time you brought your attention to your breath? If these two questions prompted you to pause and focus on your breath, then this article is for you. Breathing is often overlooked as a secondary function of our lives until we find ourselves out of breath. However, without breath, we cease to exist. The quality of our breath significantly impacts our wellness and wellbeing.

During times of stress, our breath tends to become short and shallow, affecting our body’s endocrine system and hormone release. By consciously inhaling and exhaling deeply, we can feel more at ease, alert, and comfortable. Deep breathing, also known as diaphragmatic breathing, has been shown to release pain and soothe soreness in the body.

In our hectic lives, finding time for self-care and wellbeing can seem challenging. However, incorporating simple Kundalini Yoga exercises, such as the Breath of Fire technique, can have profound benefits. This rapid pumping of the navel helps strengthen abdominal muscles, stimulate the digestive system, and improve concentration and focus. Kundalini Yoga, known as the yoga of awareness, not only teaches beneficial breathing techniques but also helps balance the endocrine system for optimal hormonal function.

By incorporating these simple yoga practices into your routine, you can enhance your overall wellness and respond to stress with calmness and compassion. Join the upcoming Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training to learn more about the foundations of breathing and other aspects of this transformative style of yoga. Remember, breath is the key to life and your best life. Start where you are and move forward on your journey to improved wellness and wellbeing.


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