Beginning Yoga Practice

Best Kundalini Yoga Exercise Video for Beginning Yoga Practice

Best Yoga Warm-up Exercises Video

Kundalini Yoga Spinal Warm-up Series Video

I am very happy to announce the launch of our Free Online Yoga Video series.  To kick off this important addition to the Mastery of Meditation website, is a video of the famous Kundalini Yoga Spinal Warm-up Series.

This kundalini yoga kriya has been extensively described in the article Spinal Warm-up Kundalini Yoga Exercises, which is also the first chapter of the Online Kundalini Yoga Kriyas E-Book.  This is an excellent set for beginner yogis, and for those doing advanced practice, this set is perhaps the best yoga set to warm-up with.  This set is also part of the Introduction to Meditation & Kundalini Yoga Online Class.

Beginning Yoga Practice

Here are some of the terrific benefits that this set bestows:

  • One of the best set of yoga exercises to warm up the entire back and spine.
  • Charges the cerebrospinal fluid  that runs through the spinal cord.  This is essential for the transport of kundalini energy and prana throughout the system, which in turn opens and activates that chakras.
  • Excellent set to massage the internal organs, thus helps to detoxify and eliminate toxins and waste.
  • Greatly improves the digestive system.
  • Helps the elimination system and makes one regular.
  • Purges the system of accumulated emotional debris, thus helps in opening up the energy pathways by dissolving these blockages and helps bestow emotional balance.
  • Improves blood flow to the brain to help nourish and rejuvenate this most important organ.
  • Helps dissolve tensions and stress in the shoulders, neck and upper back.
  • Best set to strengthen the lumbar spine and also helps trim the waistline.

Spinal Warm-up Yoga Exercises Video Contents:

  • Overview of this yoga set.
  • Explanation of the benefits and potential applications for this key set.
  • Demonstration of each of the yoga exercises and postures.
  • Demonstration of common mistakes.
  • Hints and tips on how to best practice this set.
  • Additional spinal warm-up exercise, not included in the original set.

Best Kundalini Yoga Warm-up Exercises Video

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  1. Neelam
    Neelam says:

    Hi Anmol. I’m 28 yrs old and i have excess fat around my lower body part and my tummy. i want to start yoga to help me keep myself fit and healthy. can you please advise with what should i start and how many time should i practice yoga per day. thanks
    Neelam

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  2. wasqez
    wasqez says:

    Hi Anmol

    I do Kundalini Yoga Warm-up Exercises by your method for 15 days, and only 5 days after start, during rest of a day I feel almost every day some strange feeling like a 1000 ants crawling in the middle of my spine.
    However I feel very good.
    What it could be?

    Regards
    wasqez

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  3. Square-Peg Karen
    Square-Peg Karen says:

    ohmyword! thank you for this!! What a way to start the day (ok, today I found these at 10:15 – but tomorrow I’ll start my day this way – today they have energized me for the REST of the day…thanks so much!

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  4. Anmol Mehta
    Anmol Mehta says:

    Hi Tim,

    Great to hear you are getting back into Yoga and that the website is proving to be beneficial.

    Thanks for your positive feedback as well.

    Love & Light,
    Anmol

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  5. Tim
    Tim says:

    Hi Anmol

    Just wanted to say a sincere thanks for all the work you have done and shared so freely. I am just getting back to my Yoga practice after some years and am intrigued by K yoga. Your writeing is very clear and inspireing, clearly a result of your passion for the subject.

    God bless

    Tim

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  6. Kristy
    Kristy says:

    Hey,
    i just have to say i love your videos there so informative and really show you how to do things
    Your wonderful and keep up all the great work!!!

    Reply
  7. subha
    subha says:

    Hi Anmol,
    I try practising these excercises everyday and they are amazing but still i wanted to know what would be the best time to practise them, like early morning or before lunch or late in the night?
    Thanks

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  8. Anmol Mehta
    Anmol Mehta says:

    Hi Arsenii,

    Continue to do the neck rotations gently and let’s see if the knot clears up. Alternatively you can do neck exercises in the following way.

    Ear to Shoulder Right
    Ear to Shoulder Left
    Chin to Chest

    Doing each 10 times. It is a good variation as well.

    Kundalini Yoga is typically done with the eyes closed so you can really direct your energy inwards, attend to the body and internalize the exercise.

    Best,
    Anmol

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  9. Arsenii
    Arsenii says:

    Hi,

    When doing the final neck stretch exercise i notice some tension that is actually dificult to remove and gets quite painful when i inhale and my stomach inflates. Is this a sing that i’m doing something wrong?

    Also, i have noticed that you do some of your exercises with your eyes closed. Any particular reason for that?

    Thanks.

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