The Crown of any
Kundalini Yoga

“Enrich yourself with sacredness and opportunity will come to you from every corner.”

Yogi Bhajan , 11/06/1985

Why you want to try Kundalini Yoga...

Introduce yourself to Kundalini Yoga or read below if you are already practicing.



New to Kundalini Yoga?

Developed over many centuries, Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan® is the most powerful and revitalizing transformational system one can practice today to develop resilience and longevity of body, mind and spirit.



Guidelines for a
Perfect Morning Sadhana

Suggested Guidelines submitted to and approved by Yogi Bhajan in 1996 and then published in 1997 in 'Keeping up with Kundalini Yoga' a newsletter (before email) published by MSS Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa.

Questions and Concerns?

Ask longtime sadhana practitioners - including teachers and trainers
who studied directly with Yogi Bhajan.
Questions and Anser System Example

Check our Team Support Members

Guru Fatha Singh Khalsa

I feel very blessed by my sadhana. My sadhana is my wife. She stands by me and supports me, and I see she is safe and provided for as well. Sadhana is as private as what happens in your bedroom and as public as the sky. Sadhana is very personal...

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Jivan Mukta Singh

Born in Chile in 1977. He is a Lead Trainer of Kundalini Yoga. In 2006 He co-founded The Finnish Kundalini Yoga Association and pioneered teaching there and for the first time training Kundalini yogis in Finland. After a spontaneous healing in his yo...

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Join a Sadhana Support Group or create your own!

1. Support others in their sadhana practice and get support with yours.
2. Find people who live near you, who you can meet up with to do sadhana together.
3. Join a Livestreamed or archived morning group sadhana via your phone, tablet or computer.

Find all you need...

Here are tools and resources to help you develop your practice and assist you in developing
strength and clarity.

“Meditation is for your self. Meditation is not for somebody else. When you come for sadhana, you come for yourself. When you pray, you pray for yourself. Therefore, it is useless asking in prayer, ‘Get me a car.’ That’s not prayer. That is projecting a desire. ‘God, give me a car.’ Don’t ask it. Just say ‘God, God, God.’ And if God appears, then say, ‘What kind of God are you? Don’t you know what I am asking for?’ I mean, if God doesn’t know what you need, who knows?”