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Four-week yoga series promises release of karma

August 23, 2019

Both Hinduism and Buddhism teach that the sum of a person’s actions in this and previous states of existence decide the fate in future existences. This is called karma.

Every action of the past has already created a result in the form of karma, and it’s unfolding in the present. It could be a trap in terrible patterns of attracting the same types of people, jobs, illnesses, events, accidents and unnecessary burdens.

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Kundalini Yoga assures breaking karmic cycle.

A four-class series to heal past life karma and stop creating further karma to break this karmic cycle.

Break the karmic cycle with a four-class series to heal past life karma and stop creating further karma with Kundalini Yoga.

Each class includes various elements of the ancient practice of Kundalini Yoga such as breathing exercises (pranayama), kriyas (yoga poses), mudras (hand gestures) chanting, meditation and more. Sound healing using a gong will be played at the end of the class.

Open to all levels, no previous experience with Kundalini Yoga is needed.

Class dates are on September 5 – Clear your Arcline; September 12 – Heal Family Karma; September 19 – Develop Perceptual Ability; September 26 – Be Non-Reactive.

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Yoga also benefits not only in the physical aspect but also mental.

Participants are advised to bring a yoga mat and water bottle and to wear comfortable clothes. Classes can be taken as a stand alone; although it is recommended to take it in sequence.

Pre-register for all four classes at P2,500 or Drop in rate at P700 per class.

The four-week yoga series is every Thursday this September from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Rebel Yoga Manila, 6/F Cojuangco Building, 119 Dela Rosa Street, Legazpi Village, Makati.

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