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When we begin a class of Kundalini yoga we always tune in with the Adi Mantra
Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo. We chant this out loud 3 times.

This mantra means
Ong = Creative energy
Namo= Bow or call upon
Guru= Teacher who brings light from the darkness
Dev= Subtle or divine
Namo=Bow or call upon

I bow to the divine creative wisdom, I bow to the teacher within me for guidance.

We have to forget about distractions like the washing or cooking that needs to be done and be fully present internally so we can reap the benefits of yoga that we will be practicing.

Pretend we are a radio or a TV and there’s so many stations to listen to or TV channels to watch. Our mind gets confused with too much choice.

By tuning in with the Adi mantra we are focusing, centring and creating the link with our higher self. We are fine tuning our radio station or TV so that we can direct our self to our highest frequency. We are also tuning in to all the teachers that have come before us to give us guidance and knowledge.

By chanting this mantra we are allowing the flow of universal consciousness to come through us as we practice our Kundalini Yoga session.

How to tune in

Begin by sitting in easy pose, with your legs crossed. Close your eyes and focus at your 3rd eye. Rub your hands together to create energy and bring them into prayer pose in front of your heart centre, thumb pressing into your sternum. In Kundalini yoga we breath through the nose unless directed otherwise.

Inhale, exhale. Inhale deeply, exhale completely,
Inhale to tune in. Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo, Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo, Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo.

We then follow with Mangala Charan Mantra for guidance and protection through out our practice.

Aad guray nameh
I bow to the primal wisdom.

Jugaad guray nameh
I bow to the wisdom true through the ages.

Sat guray nameh
I bow to the true wisdom.

Siri guroo dayv-ay nameh
I bow to the great unseen wisdom.

We say this three times.

Inhale, hold the breath for a moment, exhale completely and now your ready to begin your Kundalini yoga practice.

Video to tune in


1. Chronic Stress
Being stressed now and again is ok, but to live a life of chronic stress is not healthy for your mind or your body. You are more prone to viruses when your immune system is low.
Try exercise, yoga, meditation, playing a musical instrument, or something artistic like drawing or paining.

2. Excessive Alcohol,
Too much alcohol can reduce the productivity of the white blood cells, these cells need to function well so they can fight off any infection, bacteria and viruses. A run down immune system will be more prone to coughs and colds.

3. Not Enough Sleep
Bedtime is when the body heals and repairs. If you don’t get enough sleep the body doesn’t have the time it needs to recuperate and restore the cells in the body.

4. Being Overweight
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5. Taking Excessive Medication.
Over time your body will get used to taking medication and will become less effective. There will be a build up of toxins in the body which weakens the immune system.


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Welcome to Catcow Yoga

Where we bring yoga to every child. We strive in teaching yoga to children in uplifting playful environment.

Yoga for children, it is far from the quiet adult class you may have perceived, our yoga classes are filled with lots of noise, fun postures and exciting games. Followed by meditations and quiet relaxation time allowing themread more….


Feel Vibrant and Full of Energy
Even when you’re just too tired!!

Do you feel exhausted and unmotivated?

Is your lack of energy getting you down?

Do you feel restless when trying to sleep? Then can’t concentrate the next day?

How would you like to feel that zest of life again?

How would you like to to wake up and feeling refreshed, focused, and ready to go?

How would you like to look and feel radiant?

Look no further….

In my 6 weeks Kundalini yoga course I am going to teach you ways in which you can feel energized,

bringing your body back into balance and being able to have a restful night sleep.




Dates: Tuesday Evenings, Tuesday 12th September 2017- Tuesday 17th October 2017

Time: 7pm-8.15pm

Venue: Wavendon Community Centre, Walton Road, Wavendon, Milton Keynes, MK17 8LH

Cost of Investment: £48

Your place will only be confirmed once payment has been received

Book your Tuesday evening Kundalini Yoga Course Now……


6 Week Course
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£10 discount available if you book before the 25th July 2017
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Do I need to be practicing yoga before I come to your class?

No Kundalini Yoga is suitable for anyone unless your GP has advised you not to exercise. Everyone will have mixed abilities and range of movement, you are advised to go at your own pace and listen to your body.

Does it matter how old I am?
No, Kundalini yoga is suitable for any age, there are people still practicing at the age of 90. Children over the age of 14 can attend with parent or guardian.

What do I wear?
Make sure you wear clothing that is comfortable and easy to move in, you need to make sure that it doesn’t restrict your movement.

What do I bring?
Yoga mat or towel, bottle of water, small cushion if needed for sitting and a small blanket or shawl for relaxation. I have a limited number of spare mats if required.


 I look forward to seeing you soon. If you have any specific questions please contact me directly.

Maya  x

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