About Kundalini Yoga
I qualified as a teacher of Kundalini Yoga in 2010 with iSKY, and run popular classes, workshops, retreats and Kundalini Clubbing events. I’m passionate about Kundalini yoga and its transformative effects, inspired by dance and movement and the possibilities for healing, personal growth and natural ecstasy.
I co-created Kundalini Clubbing in June 2014 to bring the combination of yoga and dance into a supportive, healing, fun space and I consider myself very blessed to be able to share what I love with others. I am deeply committed to helping you release your blocks, raise your vibration and live a happy, healthy blissful life!
Please feel free to contact me with any questions on 07968 493452 or email email@example.com
A few comments from current students …
“Kirsty runs a relaxed, fun, supportive class. She has so much information about Kundalini yoga, the background and the specific impact of the individual exercises on the body and mind. This helps to understand some of the practices that you’d be less likely to come across if you’ve previously practiced other forms of yoga. The classes are challenging in all the right ways. I feel I get a great workout, without the atmosphere being in any way competitive. I highly recommend the class to anyone, no matter their experience levels.” Gemma
“Incredible experience . On my first session with Kirsty I was lying in savasana, listening to sounds and vibrations instead of being in silence as usual at the end of a yoga class. Suddenly my right arm and leg lurched upwards and it felt like an electric shock had gone through my right side. Later I read up on this and discovered how Kundalini Yoga rebalances the yin and yang energies. My yang/assertive/male energy must have been completely out of whack! Now feeling so much stronger in myself” Suzanne
“I’ve been attending these classes for a few months now. At the time of my first class, I was feeling very stuck in my own practice, ie stopping and starting. . So when Kirsty came to Stroud with her beautiful kundilini yoga classes , I again feel inspired to get back into daily practice.. I would highly recommend to anyone, and always look forward to the next class. Blessings and gratitude to you Kirsty…” Zoe
“I would definitely recommend Kirsty’s classes, she has a warm, caring and fun approach which allows you to feel supported, I have done quite a bit of yoga but Kundalini is my favourite it’s so powerful and when I leave my body feels like its smiling. I also wanted to share that Kirsty and her teachings of Kundalini yoga provided me with guidance and strength when I was going through a difficult personal experience, this practice is so powerful and I just love her classes.” Emily
“Kundalini Yoga with Kirsty is definitely a highlight of the week…. I feel so nurtured and held, so energised and also deeply mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually relaxed and connected all at once. Kirsty’s gentle wise way of being is just what I need on a Tuesday evening!” Hazel
“Kirsty’s Kundalini Yoga class is the highlight of my week! It brings so much positivity into my life and I notice that I am more in touch with myself and feel great physically. Kirsty is a wonderful teacher and creates a supportive environment to practise yoga in. The music that she uses only adds to the magic. I enjoy that each week we focus on a different area, such as strengthening the immune system, getting rid of fear, opening the heart and many more. The day after, I always feel refreshed and catch myself smiling more. I simply cannot get enough of these classes and would recommend them to anyone.” Kristina
“Kirsty is bright and zingy and a pleasure to be around, she is also passionate , committed and knowledgable in her yoga instruction – I recommend her class” Steve
A bit more information about Kundalini Yoga
Kundalini Yoga is called the mother of all yogas – the yoga of awareness – it is the most powerful, transformative form of yoga. It has been practised secretly for thousands of years in India by yogis and royals – it was kept secret all that time as it was so powerful and they didn’t want power to get into the wrong hands. It was handed down very selectively from master to disciple (these disciples had to spend years proving their trustworthiness and purity to receive the teachings). In 1969, Yogi Bhajan knew that he had to share these teachings with the world in order to prepare humanity for the major changes that are taking place in our world now. Kundalini yoga balances the glandular system, strengthens the nervous system and enables us to connect with our inner wisdom. It works on physical, emotional and spiritual levels and uses a combination of breath techniques, mantras, postures and body locks. It helps to prepare our body for the safe release of our Kundalini energy and this helps the human being to live their full potential.