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Devajeet Kaur invites you to experience Kundalini Yoga and experience the transformational power that lies within you.

Yogi Bhajan said “In Kundalini Yoga the most important thing is your experience. It goes right to your heart. No words can replace your experience. Your mind may accept the words or it may not, but your consciousness will not accept just words.” 

We are beings of frequency, the universe vibrates at different levels, as do we, the highest vibrational frequency we can experience is love. Join me to find that place of peace and tranquility within, let go of the trauma and the drama. If you want to experience better relationships, health, more prosperity, joy, vitality, miracles! You need to raise your vibration!

In Kundalini Yoga we use movement, breath work, mantra, meditation and mudras to  to stimulate the Kundalini energy within. Kundalini Yoga is called the Yoga of awareness, it helps you to become more conscious of your thoughts, emotions, habits and destructive patterns.

Kundalini Yoga supports you to release energy blocks, if left unattended these blocks can manifest physically and emotionally causing you immense pain and difficulties. During class we go within, clear the chakras and challenge the limiting beliefs of the ego.

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Weekly Sessons are:

Wednesday 7.30-8.30pm at Mybody Studio’s East Boldon. 2-5 St. Bedes, Station Road, East Boldon NE36 0LE. Telephone: 0191 519 3351

Thursday 7.15-8.15pm at Back to Balance Newcastle. Unit 4, Riverside Studios, Newcastle Business Park, NE4 7YL. Telephone: 0191 466 1441

Please note: Its necessary to book in advance via the studio to secure your place. 

I also run regular workshops around the Northeast, check out the blog section for upcoming events.

You can access meditation’s and kirya’s by following this link to my youtube channel: Click here to access Kundalini technology with Devajeet Kaur

 

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Devajeet Kaur offers sound healing therapy, this transformational practice vibrates deep into the body and the psyche uprooting negative energy or blocks held in the body. Sound therapy rejuvenates cells releasing tension, releases stress, stimulates nerve endings and eases aches and pain, de-clutters the subconscious mind and brings balance. The Kundalini Research Institute states “The most sublime instrument of the Yogi is the Gong. It is a musical instrument, a healing tool for the nervous system and a cauldron in which you can create alchemical blends of qualities that open and develop the Inner Self.”

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Come and be part of a beautiful community who are seeking a spiritual path that gives them more depth, wisdom and authenticity in their everyday life.

Kundalini yoga with Dev Ajeet, the most powerful amazing journey I have been on! And hopefully one I will continue for many years to come.
Uplifting emotional connecting with yourself in the most wonderful amazing way.
I hope and pray more people find this yoga and to have Dev Ajeet as my teacher is a blessing in my life I could of never imagined, but one I am truly grateful for. 🙏

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Vanessa

the most powerful amazing journey I have been on!

Hi folks. I’d like to share with you how I came to Kundalini Yoga. During the early part of 2017, I was going through an arid, desert patch on my spiritual path. My morning discipline of gentle stretching exercises, chi quong and silent meditation had waned away. I realised the problem was that I was too much in my head space – given to anxious thoughts and overthinking things.One day I googled “How to get out of headspace and into heartspace.” Up popped some articles on Kundalini Yoga.

Around the same time, I was exploring mantra music and came across Snatham Kaur and saw that she is a practitioner of this branch of yoga. I did a google search for any kundalini yoga teachers in the north east UK and up came  My Body Studio. I saw that there was a class that evening but that it was fully booked. I rang the studio anyway to glean some further information about the classes and was told that there had been a cancellation for the class so I jumped in the car and rattled up to East Boldon.

When I entered the waiting room, I found it full of women – not another bloke in sight !! There was an awkward moment when I almost turned about to go back home. But the ladies made me feel welcome and explained what they did in the class. Then the teacher, Dev Ajeet Kaur arrived and before I knew it, I was in my first class of kundalini yoga.  I told her I was not very supple and she explained that this yoga is not about being able to contort the body, but rather about cultivating awareness, transforming the ego and raising one’s consciousness. WOW ! This confirmed that I was in the right place.

I soon learned that Dev Ajeet is a wise head on a young pair of shoulders. I really enjoy her disciplined and yet light hearted way of leading the class and her spirituality permeates the room. Although the physical movements (kryias) are a challenge to my stiff 66 year old limbs, I do find them liberating and as of July have detected an albeit small improvement in my core strength. The kryias are interspersed with periods of chanting, relaxing and meditation and together they form a holistic approach to cultivating physical, mental and spiritual wholesomeness. In other words out of the head and into the heart where the process of awakening the true self takes place.

Mike Sewowski

Mike Sekowski’s experience…