Discover yoga’s best kept secret.
The ancient teachings of Kundalini yoga were kept secret for thousands of years. Once reserved exclusively for royalty, this uplifting practice is now available to everyone.
“I know Kundalini yoga is a bit unconventional, but it has helped me become a better version of myself.”
Kundalini yoga powerfully combines the full spectrum of yogic tools — mantra (sound), asana (posture), mudra (hand position), bandha (body lock), meditation (mindful focus) & pranayama (breathing technique) — to help you achieve results and experience the benefits from your very first class.
“After my first class with Aili, I slept better than I had in a long time. And with each class, I feel more and more layers of stress melting away.”
No previous yoga or meditation experience is necessary. All levels and bodies are welcome.
What to expect:
During each class, you’ll:
- Use your voice. Kundalini classes open and close with chanting and singing. Sometimes there’s some in between as well.
- See a lot of white. Kundalini teachers wear white clothing. It’s part of the tradition.
- Challenge your limits. Kundalini yoga challenges your body to rise above the self-imposed limits of the mind.
- Become more self-aware. Kundalini yoga is called the yoga of awareness, and its practices will help you see yourself in ways that you don’t in everyday life.
- Learn to be more mindful. By bringing your attention back to the body and the breath, you’ll strengthen your ability to get out of your head and cultivate greater present moment awareness.
Where & when:
Classes are available at two different locations in Toronto.
On the Danforth area
Classes are at Estonian House (958 Broadview Avenue), near Broadview & Danforth. There’s free parking at the back of the building.
Spring 2017 dates: April 3rd to June 12th (9 classes). Please note that there is no class on Easter (Monday, April 17th) or Victoria Day (Monday, May 22nd)
In the Annex
Classes are at Tartu College (310 Bloor Street West), one block east of Bloor & Spadina, at the corner of Bloor & Madison Avenue.
Spring 2017 dates: February 27th to May 1st. Please note that there is no class on Easter Monday, April 17th.
What people are saying:
“I feel like I have more energy. I like Kundalini yoga better than other yogas I’ve tried. It’s a more relaxing yoga. Plus, I’m able to fall asleep and stay a sleep more nights than before I started coming to class.”
“I am fascinated with this very different style of yoga. I am having amazing results and taking care of myself like never before!”
“You are always so calm and the pace of the class is nice and easygoing. Occasionally we have to stretch a little, and you encourage us to do the best we can. I really appreciate how the breathing and relaxation exercises help quiet a racing mind.”
Here’s the deal:
For the Spring 2017 classes:
$145 for the 9-class series / $126 by April 1st
$70 for a 4-class pass
$20 for a single session
Prices include 13% HST.
Payment options include: cash, cheque, credit card and Interac® e-Transfer.
“Since I started coming to class, I’ve noticed that my mood is brighter and I have more energy.”
Have questions or need more info?
Email me to let me know you’d like to sign up and we’ll go from there.
That’s not a problem. Each class is independent and beginner-friendly, so you won’t be behind if you need to miss one.
I have another question that isn’t answered here.
I’d be happy to answer it. Email me and ask away!
“I’m enjoying the efforts and feel good afterwards. This is motivating me to refocus on health and spirit.”
Aili Kuutan is a Kundalini yoga & meditation teacher, transformational coach, writer, and living proof that yoga can transform your life. She is a contributor to Huffington Post and mindbodygreen, as well as a publisher on Insight Timer. She conducts workshops, teaches classes, and works with clients to help them feel less stressed out, have more energy and focus, and experience greater levels of confidence and inner peace.