Kundalini Yoga is the best exercise to maintain your flexibility. One of the main focuses of a Kundalini Yoga class is Pranayama (yogic breathing exercises). Breathing techniques help bring stagnant energy buried deep to the surface to release the tension and stress that is holding stagnant energy in place. 

What is Kundalini Yoga: A beginner’s guide to learn yoga poses like breathing exercises are complemented by traditional asanas, meditation exercises and chanting with wise or holy hand postures. Kundalini Yoga classes follow a very specific sequence of yoga techniques to maintain the fitness and flexibility of the body. It also helps to relax the mind from stress and anxiety.

The class starts with chanting the Adi mantra, followed by pranayama, asana or kriya, shavasana, meditation and closing prayer with the recitation of the Sat Naam mantra at the end.

Kriya performed during a Kundalini Yoga class are usually performed in conjunction with very specific breathing exercises. The coordination of Kriya with Pranayama practice creates a synergistic relationship between the different body systems. 

Various crafts aim to isolate and act on specific groups of organs, muscles, and glands to cleanse and detoxify them. This synergy will, over time, improve the overall functioning of the physical and emotional systems of the Kundalini Yoga student.