Hari Karam Singh Kundalini Yoga

Teaching Schedule

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Man-to-Man: Powerful Kundalini Yoga and Men’s Discussion

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Joy Yoga, Dalson
27 April 2019 — 2-5pm
25 May 2019 — 2-5pm
Cost: Donation
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What is it to be a Man? …in relation to a Woman? …in relation to other Men? …in family and community? …active in the World? These aren’t easy topics to tackle in these sensitive times, yet self-denial of our core nature as souls-in-bodies weakens us, and denies us the satisfaction of a harmonious life. Yet if we can understand our nature as Men and dare to live it, honourably and courageously, then we can achieve contentment in our lives and peace in our relationships. Collectively we can begin to redress the many ills of corrupted masculinity in our world.

Let’s come together as Men to practice specifically tailored yoga kriyas and meditations. We will learn from teachers past and present and from our own collective wisdom through open discussion. This workshop is for men only.

Deeper into Kundalini…
Working with the Self-Sensory System

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Joy Yoga, Dalson
4 May 2019 — 2-5pm
Cost: £25

The stress of information overload and endless emotional charged persuasion media leaves us feeling fatigued, scattered, and unable to focus our life energy towards progress on our own goals and prosperity. With the onset of modern trends in communication technology (e.g Virtual Reality) this stress will increase in yet unimaginable ways as the future unfolds. There will be two solutions: give the management of your life over to Artificial Intelligence or upgrade how you operate as a HUMAN BEING.

When most talk of being “sensitive” they actually mean “emotionally affected by” something. True sensitivity gives us internal space so we can sit amidst the chaos, analyse it instantaneously, and choose whether to allow it in or exclude it. “Self Sensory Human” is the term Yogi Bhajan used to describe the future human, one who lives by their intuition and who’s mind rests in equipoise until called into use rather than being tossed about in the sea of external agendas.

In this Kundalini Yoga workshop we will use kriyas and meditations to pioneer this future way of being. You will gain deeper insight into the functioning of your own mind and learn how to shift your habits to better harness its intuitive potential.

Introduction to Kundalini Yoga

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Retreat Yoga
4th April 2019, 2–4pm
Cost: £25
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Kundalini Yoga is known as the "mother of all yogas". It incorporates all of the elements that were originally part of the ancient practice of yoga including asana (posture), mudra (gesture), mantra (sound), meditation and kriya (subtle energy work).

Together these techniques form a powerful practice that is refreshingly different in the modern landscape of Hatha-derived practices. In this 2 hour introductory workshop we'll explore how Kundalini Yoga can give us practical tools to deal with the challenges of modern living, to heal our physical and emotional wounds, and to elevate our consciousness out of our mundane, everyday troubles into the blissful experience of Now.

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Gong and Sound Baths

Sunflower Centre, Brockley, SE London

7th April
5th May
June (tbc)
Sundays, 5:30-6:30pm
Contact hksyogi@gmail.com to reserve a space

Retreat Yoga, New Cross, SE London

Saturday 8 June 2019, 2–4pm
Details and bookings on Retreat’s website.


Joy Yoga Dalston

"Warrior" Kundalini Yoga @ Joy Yoga, Dalston

Fridays 5–6pm
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This is a short and punchy one hour class Kundalini Yoga class sometimes with gong relaxation and meditation. Beginners welcome — you all have a "spiritual warrior" in you ;)

Cover Classes

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To enquire about one-to-one or private group sessions, please get in touch at hksyogi@gmail.com


Been to this man's yoga class and I can tell you, there is always laughter, plenty of sweat and you always leave with a big smile.

— Max Walker