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This is where you will find all your yoga needs to create a steady hOMe practice. Your time is of the essence, so you will find 3-minute meditations and all yoga classes under 60 minutes. No more excuses, because your mental, physical, and emotional well-being should always come first. Dip into who you are every day and you will find clarity in your life. You will begin to make choices towards leading the life you have always dreamt to have.
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Kundalini Yoga for Balance Session 2 All Level
Clarity in the mind = clarity in our actions, words, and thoughts. We will utilize the Kirtan Kriya Meditation to stimulate and balance the pituitary gland, Sa Ta Na Ma. We will find balance with movement in the body through twisting and crossing left and right while focusing our mind on the sounds of this meditation.
It has been scientifically proven to improve memory recall and cognitive thinking. Bonus is that it helps prevent alhzemiers and dementia. There are three separate studies that have been published that prove the Sa Ta Na Ma Meditation benefits. Two of the studies were done at the University of Pennsylvania and one continuing studying is being done at UCLA University of California. The University of Pennsylvania study was published in 2010 in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease (1). Their second study was published in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine in 2010. The Canadian Alzheimer’s Research & Prevention Foundation is recommending the meditation as a daily practice to slow down the effects of Alzheimer’s (2)
Want to do just the meditation? Go to the meditations and you will see it listed!