KUNDALINI SHAKTI SADHANA

40 days Sadhana
JOIN US

About

Kundalini Shakti Sadhana

For 40 days we commit to a physical practice and (mantra) meditation to invite the Kundalini Shakti, the energy of awareness, to flow up through all the chakras and awaken our full potential as a soul incarnated in a human body.

In the daily guidance we explore the many teachings that were given on the topic Kundalini in different traditions and do the necessary inner work to help clear the blocks that impede our consciousness coming into full blossoming.

 

The yogi opens the door of liberation with the help of Kundalini

Kundalini Yoga Practice

Practice videos

This Sadhana comes with one pre-recorded practice video and we will share a new sequence via livestream for the first 11 days. You can choose which one you prefer to do each day. Both practices focus on igniting the flow of Kundalini Shakti through the Sushumna nadi (central channel). 

 

Your daily Kundalini Yoga practice in combination with our email guidance will give you a steady structure to make a significant change

 

Daily Practice 

Sadhana 

Sadhana is your daily practice of yoga, meditation and self-reflection and thus it is the backbone of your spiritual growth. The offered guidance will help you to bring forth the required dedication and inner work, as you commit to a daily practice for 40 days. The self reflection & contemplation in combination with asana, breath and mantra will give you an experience of how to work with Kundalini Shakti.

 

Doing Sadhana has a profound ripple effect into your experience of daily life

Expectations

What to expect?

This 40 day is for those who wish to learn more Kundalini Shakti (energy). It will serve as a safe container to help you focus on your spiritual growth through the shedding of old limiting patterns & blocks. Participation in this 40 day Sadhana will give you:

 

√.  integration of a daily spiritual practice (Sadhana)

√.  a solid foundation for your spiritual growth

√.  support to help you shed old limiting patterns

√.  a chance to feel the subtle flow of Shakti in your spine

√.  yogic teachings on the Kundalini Shakti

 

Testimonials

what People are Saying

"Everyday I enjoyed reading your sweet & useful guidance. They always seem to come just at the right time and really help me to relax."

Ariel

"Very grateful for this online possibility to receive the profound and beautiful teachings of Kundalini Yoga . The quality is high, the teachings are well prepared and Tim and Marieke are both pleasant, passioned and qualified Kundalini Yoga teachers."

Myr

"Thank you so much for this 40 day journey. I am deeply touched by the process I went through, from darkness to the light. I am in the light again! Full of Trust. I am so grateful to you and myself. I feel this online practice is a beautiful addition to my regular Kundalini Yoga classes. Looking forward to join the next online Sadhana."

Alice

"The online school is a fantastic revelation in my life! In my experience, Marieke and Tim are great guides to the light and to spiritual growth. They know exactly how to guide people remotely. I recommend it to everyone. Many personal experiences that touch you and make you think!"

Conchita

"As a brand new kundalini yogi I have truly appreciated Marieke and Tim's authenticity, dedication and generosity in sharing their practice and understanding with the world. I have found it very inspiring and easy to begin to build a kundalini practice. I have been joyfully astounded by its effectiveness, so ably facilitated by Marieke and Tim. Thank you."

Juliet

"Love their videos and liked the organisation of the webpage, very good videos, using this to start my early AM practice."

Dennis

TEACHERS

Marieke & Tim 

Marieke

Marieke

After practicing Hatha Yoga for 10 years I switched to Kundalini in 2011 and I am teaching on a daily basis ever since. My classes always are a deepening experience beyond the comfort zone, to discover new dimensions of ‘being’. Self ­observation is playing a key role throughout the practice towards self­ discovery. Teaching Kundalini Yoga is the love of my life and I am passionate about sharing this technology to inspire people on their spiritual journey. Out of this passion Tim and I founded the online Kundalini Yoga School in 2016.

Tim

Tim

As a Yoga-psychologist I integrate the teachings of Kundalini Yoga with Psychology. An early fascination for the mind made me choose to study Psychology at the University of Amsterdam. Now, I love sharing yogic knowledge via the online Kundalini Yoga School. Besides Kundalini Yoga classes and private consultations with individuals, I also lead journeys & retreats at inspiring locations worldwide. I am grateful guiding students to establish themselves in their hearts, towards a life filled with compassion and kindness.

With or without Annual membership 

Start Sadhana 

With or without Annual membership 

Start Sadhana 

With or without Annual membership 

Start Sadhana 

With or without Annual membership 

Start Sadhana 

JOIN us

Start Sadhana 

JOIN us

Start Sadhana 

JOIN us

Start Sadhana 

frequently asked questions

Answers

 

√. Previous (Kundalini) yoga-experience is not required. Your motivation and commitment to the practice is enough.


√.
For this Kundalini Yoga practice you will need around 15 - 90 minutes a day. You can choose if you practice the full yoga set and/ or meditation or only parts of it.


√. The new practice will be share via livestream during the first 11 days of the Sadhana from 7.00 till 8.30 AM CET. After these 11 days you can choose to continue the full practice or choose one aspect that best suits your needs/time schedule. 


√.
You can ask questions in the online community. Here you directly connect with us (Marieke & Tim) and other community members.


√.
You will receive our guidance email in the early morning (your timezone). This will allow you to read it before you start your practice.


√.
You can do your practice anytime of the day. We suggest to choose a time that works best for you. It is recommended to meditate before sunrise or around sunset, because at that time the energy is most neutral for meditation and yoga.

Share on :