Join us to gain a deeper perspective on Kundalini. Commonly referred to as the ‘dormant serpentine power at the base of the spine’, kundalini teachings convey much more richness and depth, as you will learn at this upcoming workshop.
Come and be guided into an experiential understanding of the deep Tantric and Hatha yogic teachings underlying the reality of Kundalini.
Be ready to learn and experience different breathing, visualization and mudra techniques.
At this online workshop, you will come to understand the relevance and techniques for letting prana enter sushumna, the great axis.
You will also be led through the first structured MANASA 9-STEP SEQUENCE dedicated to SUSHUMNA and KUNDALINI.
TIME: 12 to 3PM – KL TIME
(15 min break included)
DATE: SUNDAY, 30 OCTOBER 2022
PLATFORM: ZOOM link will be emailed upon registration
Online Kundalini Discovery Experience Cost:
Early Bird (by OCT 23): RM 210
Regular (after OCT 23): RM 230
Please bring a journal. Participants will be allocated a 15 minute break during the online workshop.
Manoj is one of the leading yoga teachers with a unique ability for helping people release the physical, mental and emotional obstacles that prevent them from achieving their very best in life and business. He, along with his wife Sandhya, conceptualized Manasa Yoga as a specific style of yoga in 2002. Manoj was introduced to yoga at the tender age of seven by his grandparents and later, further refined his knowledge by spending time with traditions such as the Sivananda Ashram, Iyengar Yoga, Pattabhi Jois’ Ashtanga Vinyasa, etc. Originally from Kerala, India, he has been a resident of Malaysia since the late nineties. Yoga philosophy is his passion and everyday he looks forward to taking his students on a journey of embodying a piece of yogic philosophy through their mat practice. Off the mat, he delivers yoga related talks at international and local health related events and writes inspirational pieces. In the last 10 years, he has written 2 books that have been distributed by MPH Distributors. Manoj has been featured in the Star, News Strait Times as well as the Edge several times. He has also appeared on BFM, NTV 7 and Astro several times.