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Jen Murphy blogs about her inspirational experience with Mastin Kipp’s Enter The Heart Tour and Kundalini Yoga with Kathryn McCusker at KMYOGA Kundalini Meditation Yoga Sydney

 

Daily Love Enter the Heart Tour

 

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The last three nights, I have been given the opportunity to attend Mastin Kipp’s Daily Love Enter the Heart Tour in Sydney. Yes, all three events.

I am literally radiating love, light, joy & gratitude from every pore, & my heart is completely open. Saying ‘I’m so grateful’ just doesn’t do justice to the amazing experience. Each evening was filled with music by the talented Chris Assaad, Kundalini Yoga by Kathryn McCusker, and powerful words of wisdom by Mastin Kipp.

 

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Experience a Full Moon Chanting Circle with Lulu and Mischka at KMYOGA Kundalini Yoga Sydney

 

full-moon-briarsChanting is a powerful technique used for millenniums all over the world. It helps us to come closer to Truth, to who we really are. The simple repetition of mantras, prayers or heartsongs has a calming effect on the mind and nervous system, leading you to a blissful state where we will then rest in silence and meditation together.

 

 

 

 

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Kundalini Yoga Class in Sydney: Juliana’s Experience at KMYOGA Kundalini Yoga Studio Sydney

 

kathrynI’ve just returned from a two week holiday in my hometown of Sydney Australia and whilst there I visited a beautiful yoga studio called KMYoga in Bondi Junction. I heard about the studio through fellow yogis who mentioned it specialized in Kundalini yoga as well as Jivamukti and Naam yoga so I was keen to check it out.

 

 

 

 

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Kathryn McCusker, founder of KMYOGA Kundalini Yoga Studio Sydney, is interviewed for “Balance by Deborah Hutton” – Kundalini, The Mother of All Yogas

By Megan Houston

 

Kathryn McCusker Kundalini Yoga KMYOGA SYdneyYou’d have to be living under a rock to not have heard of yoga, the ancient and venerable tradition that has the power to improve sleep, help us find balance (literally), relieve stress and back painimprove clarity of mind and much more.

 

Yet while the research, the celebrities and the media hype surrounding the virtues and growing popularity of yoga have arguably reached saturation point in Western civilised cultures, do we really know what yoga is?

 

Did you know that there are over 20 different types of yoga?  The most common form in the Western world is a variation of Asana or Hatha yoga – which focuses on the physical posture.

 

It’s likely you’ve heard of the downward dog, warrior pose and salute to the sun, but what you may not know is that manoeuvring yourself into contortionist poses may not be the only way to achieve the enlightenment and health benefits you’re looking for.

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