Kundalini Yoga

Kimba has a beautiful yoga practice that has helped her grow, open, heal, live, enjoy deeper levels of experience and find an internal strength and joy that carries her through and beyond. In 2010 she completed a nine-month teachers training in Kundalini Yoga and Meditation. She was certified by KRI and Yoga Alliance, as well as self-certified through her dedicated daily practice. She has been practicing yoga since 2003, but her journey with kundalini began in 2008.  She taught group yoga classes at several local studios, was a guest teacher in several yoga teacher trainings, then in 2014 Kimba joined an integrative team to share Kundalini meditations one-on-one with patients in an intensive outpatient psychiatric program.

Kundalini Yoga and Meditation is a different practice than the typical yoga that most people have come to know. In Kimba’s experience, it offers a level of sensitivity that aids in expanding intuition or spiritual awareness, though can also target specific issues like addictions, an overactive mind or strengthening the nervous system. There are thousands of kriyas, or sets, which are taught as written to retain accuracy and potency through the lineage. Each kriya has a very specific effect on your nervous system, organs, and emotional or energetic bodies.