Upcoming JOY Events

See below for an overview of upcoming Kundalini Yoga and Meditation events with JOY in London. In addition to our daily classes, we regularly host guest teachers for specialty trainings, master classes and other special events all related to the practice of Kundalini Yoga. Check back soon for more updates.

 
 

Master Class with Guru Dharam • The Twilight Zone: Clearing Suspended Memories

Wednesday 23 January, 7.30-9.30pm

JOY Yoga Dalston • 27D Dalston Lane • London E8 3DF

Suspension is a root cause of every tragedy in life. All disease comes from suspended shock. Yogi Bhajan provided everything you need to resolve this into Pure Light so your good will, your essence and your infinite identity can establish command once again. Join Guru Dharam in this unique workshop and experience the transformation that happens as you clear those suspended memories.

 
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Sat Nam Rasayan Level I & II Training

2-3 February, 1-7pm

JOY Yoga Dalston • 27D Dalston Lane • London E8 3DF

Sat Nam Rasayan® is an ancient healing art from Kundalini Yoga that works in the meditative space. The study of Sat Nam Rasayan® includes the cultivation of shuniya through the practice of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation. As well, student practitioners have practical experiences of healing, working on fellow students and patients under the direction of a teacher who helps to hold open the healing space.

 

Man to Man Workshop

9 February, 2-5pm

JOY Yoga Dalston • 27D Dalston Lane • London E8 3DF

What is it to be a Man? …in relation to a Woman? …in relation to other Men? …in family and community? …active in the World? These aren’t easy topics to tackle in these sensitive times, yet self-denial of our core nature as souls-in-bodies weakens us, and denies us the satisfaction of a harmonious life. Yet if we can understand our nature as Men and dare to live it, honourably and courageously, then we can achieve contentment in our lives and peace in our relationships. Collectively we can begin to redress the many ills of corrupted masculinity in our world. Let’s come together as Men to practice specifically tailored yoga kriyas and meditations. We will learn from teachers past and present and from our own collective wisdom through open discussion. Facilitated by Hari Karam Singh, this workshop is for men only.

 

Releasing Trauma •Women’s Workshop

Saturday 10 February, 1-3:30pm

JOY Yoga Dalston • 27D Dalston Lane •  London E8 3DF

Are you trapped in pain and fear unable to identify a way forward? Feeling isolated, victimised, exhausted and more? There are Kundalini Yoga practices that can help you heal. In this workshop and training, you'll learn techniques from Kundalini Yoga and meditation that can help you release trauma, regain strength, and reclaim an empowered sense of self. This two-day course is for women only.

 

Addiction Recovery: Valentine Gift to the Self

Saturday 16 February, 3-4:30pm

JOY Yoga Dalston • 27D Dalston Lane •  London E8 3DF

An addiction recovery class applying the techniques of Kundalini Yoga to transform the self-destructive patterns of addiction, to heal, and to establish more elevating habits. This class will be lead by Andrea Lavers. More details coming soon.

 

Queer Kundalini

Saturday 16 February, 5:30-7pm

JOY Yoga Dalston • 27D Dalston Lane •  London E8 3DF

In the spirit of openness and friendliness this class is for all that identify as LGBTQ+ to come together and experience the magic of Kundalini Yoga within a safe and open setting. Led by Andrea Lavers.

 

Sat Nam Rasayan Practice

17 February, 1-2pm

JOY Yoga Dalston • 27D Dalston Lane • London E8 3DF

An opportunity for student healers to practice Sat Nam Rasayan and for those who would like some healing, a chance to have a taste of Sat Nam Rasayan.

 

Yoga & Yoga Therapy Research: Understanding the Underlying Biomedical Science and Research

with Sat Bir Singh Khalsa

Monday 18 February, 7:30-9:30pm

JOY Yoga Dalston • 27D Dalston Lane •  London E8 3DF

This presentation will review some of the basic science underlying the psychophysiology of yoga practices and describe and summarize some of the cutting edge biomedical research studies with relevance to yoga, including research on psychology, physiology, molecular biology and brain imaging. We will also overview the significant research on the benefits of yoga as a therapeutic intervention for psychological conditions, as a treatment for medical disorders, and as a preventive medicine practice for maintaining health, wellness, well-being, and quality of life.

 

Foundations of Kundalini Yoga Therapy: Principles and Practices with Shanti Shanti Kaur

28 February - 3 March

London

Level 1 Kundalini Yoga Teacher training prepares us to teach to people who are healthy. A separate set of skills and a different way of thinking is required to teach to people with health conditions. This training gives Kundalini Yoga teachers the foundation needed to develop the skills to teach Kundalini Yoga safely and effectively. Special emphasis is given to the development of the consciousness of the teacher.

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Elements & Alchemy of Kundalini Yoga with Shanti Shanti Kaur

5-10 March

London

Discover, explore and experience how each unique element of Kundalini Yoga and meditation practice works and how these elements together form an alchemy of transformation.

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