Stress Reducer- Kundalini Yoga

6:27 pm Chakra-Neuroendocrinology

Kundalini Yoga is absolutely a must as a stress reducer!

I honestly can say that within Kundalini Yoga for the past 3 years I would not be where I am today as an individual. The stress would be entirely too much. I use my morning practice, Sadhana, as a continual stress reducer.
Just the other day after a stressful day on the job, I decided to come home and sing some mantras for a while. In less than half an hour my aura was strengthened and my well being improved.

I just read a great article in the recent edition of the Aquarian Age. The article speaks about managing stress through yoga. More specifically it sites several studies that have been conducted on the benefits of a regular yoga practice for stress reduction.

Info of note from the article includes statistically relevant improvements in perceived stress, stress behavior and exhaustion.

Gotta give a shout out to Sat Bir Singh Khalsa, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School (and Director of Research for the Kundalini Yoga Institute)

Yo, professor, if you got any more studies comin up, please let me know if I may help facilitate them in any way?

As a stress reducer, Kundalini Yoga rocks!

Sat Nam

Krishan


5 Responses

  1. fitline Says:

    do we have any kundalini yoga institutes in and around US ?

  2. hershel Says:

    You bet we do, for more information please visit, KRI or 3HO.

  3. Sunnyside Says:

    I have found similar results. I try to do a 30 minute Kundalini practice in the morning and on my way to and from work I listen to my cds and sing the mantras. Before I know it I am pulling into work parking lot or my driveway and not stressed from the traffic.

    Thank you for sharing this article with us. It was very interesting.

  4. hershel Says:

    Thanks for sharin Sunnyside, good call on singing in the car on the way to work. I’ll have to bring some CD’s into the car!

  5. RaiulBaztepo Says:

    Hello!
    Very Interesting post! Thank you for such interesting resource!
    PS: Sorry for my bad english, I’v just started to learn this language ;)
    See you!
    Your, Raiul Baztepo

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