Yoga, meditation and mantra chanting in the morning hours: Every Friday from 5:00 am to 7:30 am and every first Sunday of the month from 5:30 am to 8:00 am. Participation is free of charge, free donation, registration not required. Everyone is invited and welcome – even without Kundalini Yoga previous experience.
Please note: Our Sadhana classes do not appear in the regular timetable, as they can be attended without booking.
That is why the common Sadhana is so valuable
The term sadhana stands for the daily morning yoga practice. In Kundalini Yoga we practice the so-called Aquarian Sadhana. To meet in the early hours for yoga is a true gift for many people. You will meet in silence to have a personal yet shared experience in the group. You meet yourself on a very special basis: pure and free, because the experiences of the day are yet to come and each morning in a different way. In this way you can develop a basis for possible challenges and accompany your own process even better. Sadhana in a group can also support you in developing a regular, personal practice. Why Yoga in the morning is recommended for everyone and what constitutes a Sadhana in Kundalini Yoga can be found in the detailed description of the Aquarian Sadhana.
Structure of a class
In Amar Das we follow for 2.5 hours the sequence of an Aquarian Sadhana given by Yogi Bhajan:
- Recitation of the Japji, also called poem of the soul
- Tuning in with three times “Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo”
- One or more Kriya(s)
- Deep relaxation
- Meditating together chanting seven given mantras
- Tuning out with “May the long time” and three times “Sat Nam”
You can bring your own Japji or borrow it in Amar Das. You can also get an overview of the mantras in the center, so that you can participate at any time without preparation. After a sadhana you may already feel how your day is changing.
“Sadhana is the process of refining human consciousness,
burning old patterns and cleaning the subconscious.”