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Kundalini Yoga X Embodiment

Kriya for the Instinctual Self

Kriya for the Instinctual Self

Dysfunctions of the body are reflected in the mind and vice versa. A serious neurotic behavior or self-destructive attitude will also appear as an imbalance in the lower triangle. One of the most direct ways to correct such an imbalance is to physically stimulate the nervous and glandular systems in order to alter the instinctual and learned patterns in the lower chakras. This kriya is an example of such technology.

Iram’s classes focus on kriyas that are physical, grounding and connect students to their lower triangle. She often incorporates Yogi Bhajan’s women’s teachings as well as embodiment practices, such as womb breathing and visualization techniques.

Iram first encountered Kundalini Yoga in 2016 in New York City, where she studied with Hari Kaur. She immediately became passionate about the teachings, experiencing their power in healing her anxiety, and was soon teaching at a studio in New York. Since moving to Los Angeles, she has been studying with Guru Jagat and teaching Kundalini at UCLA Anderson School of Management. Outside of her passion for spreading Yogi Bhajan’s teachings of Kundalini Yoga, Iram is a student at UCLA Anderson and a leader at Light CoCreative, a social innovation and impact consultancy, where her long-term goal is to bring Kundalini Yoga to the business world through corporate wellness programming. Iram is also a student of Daoist feminine embodiment teachings and has found her own personal practice to thrive from the integration of Kundalini Yoga and feminine embodiment practices, which include womb breathing and visualization techniques, that she incorporates into her classes.