Kundalini Yoga & Meditation

Experience the Bliss of Merging with the Soul!


Tuesdays 7:30pm

1909 Harrison St. Hollywood, FL


Thursdays 8:00pm

Epidauria Holistic Wellness Center
111 South 21 Ave. Hollywood, FL


Core healing, body nourishment, strength and flexibility, glandular decalcification and activation, release of old and stagnant blocks and reintroduce flow of open stream of creative consciousness. Reboot, Rewire & Rejoice! Come enjoy a soothing and vibrant Kundalini Yoga & Meditation class and experience the amazing recipes for wellness brought to us by a true Master of yoga, Yogi Bhajan.


Kundalini Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual discipline for developing strength, awareness, character, and consciousness. It is an ancient sacred science that combines breath, movement, meditation and deep relaxation. It is known as the Yoga of awareness because it expands sensory sensitivity, enhances intuition, and merges individual consciousness with the infinite consciousness of God. Its goal is to cultivate and harness the unlimited creative and spiritual potential that exists within every human being. You will feel an increase in energy, less stress, and very peaceful after a short period of time, no matter what degree of flexibility or experience.

“If you want to pass the test of time, life, self, grace, projection and reality, you must decide to keep up, no matter what. There is no other way, and you have to keep up in the face of everything” –YogiBhajan
“Words may help you understand something, but experience allows you to know.” –Neale Donald Walsch


What Is Kundalini? The awakening of kundalini means awakening of inner knowledge. According to Hindu philosophy Kundalini is a concentrated form of prana or life force, lying dormant in chakras in the body. It is conceptualized as a coiled up serpent (literally, ‘kundalini’ in Sanskrit is ‘That which is coiled.’ Sanskrit kund, “to burn”; kunda, “to coil or to spiral”). The serpent is considered to be female, coiled up three and a half times, with its mouth engulfing the base of the Sushumna nadi.