WHAT'S GOING ON?
WHAT'S GOING ON?
Join an introduction to Kundalini Yoga class to support education for children in need featuring music from Mantravine's new album "Kundalini". This will be an online class which you can enjoy in the comfort of your living room.
This class aims to raise funds for the Gyanada Foundation in India who gives education for children in need. If you would like to support this cause make a donation. 100% of all donations goes to Gyanada Foundation. Know anyone interested? Invite them!
WHAT TO EXPECT
This class is perfect for people who are busy with not a lot of time to practice and will help you to keep your body beautiful on the inside which will help to relieve you of stress. It will be available for you to take whenever you want after it's over.
Kundalini is your essential consciousness, which holds your creative potential, that lies coiled at the base of our spines. Kundalini Yoga is unique because of the awareness attained through one's own experience. A single class can quickly establish an aligned relationship with the body, mind and soul.
Dan & Marilyn have travelled the globe by land, from the UK to Singapore, whilst practicing & teaching kundalini yoga. They aim to share the transformative technology of kundalini yoga by using breathwork, body locks, physical movement, meditation, mudra and mantra to evoke the essential creative energies dormant in all of us.
WHAT YOU NEED
Speakers or headphones
Gyanada Foundation believes access to better educational opportunities leads to improved educational outcomes. Through their non-profit initiatives, Gyanada aims to bring children from socially and financially disadvantaged backgrounds to pursue aspirations and lead better lives.
WHO IS INVOLVED
A kundalini yoga album with kundalini mantras, handpans, nature, electronic sounds and live instruments made with love in Hawaii and Singapore. This music can be used for yoga, meditation, relaxation, dancing and help awaken your Kundalini consciousness expanding creative wisdom and connection to the divine teacher within.
Produced by Mantravine in Hawaii and Singapore with Gary Fernandez on Handpan (Singapore), Jens Ringefelt on Hand-pan (Sweden), Dita Jacob on Vocals (Singapore), Mas Munbear on Handpan (Japan), Jenny Cho on Vocals (Korean American), Lunar Symphony on Tabla (Mexico), Sita Wray on Flute (Guatemala), ArunDitha on mantra chant (Singapore), Marilyn Russell-White on mantra chant (New Zealand), Daniel James Russell-White on mantra chant (UK), Joska de Langen on Flute (Netherlands), Rupak George on Handpan and Ableton (India), artwork by Ashley Christudasson (Singapore), Mastering by Steve Young (Hedflux, Scotland) & Chill Sessions Records (Singapore).