Morning Kundalini Video
Morning Kundalini

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Morning Kundalini

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Get all the kinks out of your body with this Kundalini-inspired practice targeting the lower-, mid- and upper-spine, followed by three flowing Sun Salutations. Connecting movement with breath, this practice wakes up your body on both a physical and energetic level. All levels, including beginners.

Tommy Rosen
Kia Miller

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nan.lussier, posted on April 13, 2014

What a wonderful way to wake up, to show up to the world and be the light ! Satnam

Katiyork, posted on March 20, 2014

I had an awful, sharp pain in my upper back since the afternoon before I tried this one morning. I had a terrible sleep that night, as I kept waking up in significant pain. Lucky that this was the morning routine I tried for the first time the next day - I felt amazing for the entire rest of the day afterwards! This is the most transformative a 20 minute workout has ever been.

cjdaniels, posted on March 4, 2014

Every day that starts with this series feels better than the last. My spine is soo thankful!

cjdaniels, posted on February 23, 2014

Five stars are insufficient to convey the magnificence of this sequence. Have a great day!

lulu_lani, posted on February 10, 2014

Great morning workout. Opens up your spine. You are as old as your spine is so why not "wake it up" each morning too?

madisonknight521, posted on February 7, 2014

I am only 20 years old and deal with great upper back pain daily. I have yet to see a doctor to find out why exactly but have been managing through working out. This yoga opens my back incredibly. It will definitely be a daily fixture in my life now. Thank you so much for sharing such great technique, I can't believe how quick and easy it is. I feel completely ready for my day after doing this quick routine.

debflak, posted on November 27, 2013

A great back and full spine awakening with lots of attention to feeling the results. Very nice quick wake up and ready for more challenge after!

Being, posted on November 1, 2013

Love this. Tommy do you offer any more videos. I would love a beginners simple yoga routine as a compliment to this one. Love your Recovery 2.0 conference as well. Blessings

Being, posted on November 2, 2013

When I did a search I only found one here but there are more… Thanks Tommy for your work.

kris12342004, posted on October 3, 2013

Great way to wake up. Gentle yet energizing. Great way to start those days when you don't even think you have the energy for yoga!

hashim_b, posted on September 17, 2013

This routine helped me to heal my lower back problem quickly. Awesome!

kristy1019, posted on September 3, 2013

not only is this such an amazing way to wake up every day, the pure joy to see such an amazing couple brings tears to my eyes!

Denca1, posted on May 1, 2013

I want to thank you so much for this video, I have been experiencing major back problems from an old injury and have had such difficulty getting better. This video has helped me strengthen my back and I am still working on it but wow what a difference. I feel better every time I practise this. I would recommend this to anyone who has back problems.

valeryC, posted on April 8, 2013

I get a rush to the head its really weird , when we have to hold the breath after an exercise , why is that? (I'm not out of breath or anything ) but it is a weird sensation. my stomach makes strange sounds even if I did not eat so i guess it works the digestive system pretty good as well!

GaiamTV, posted on April 10, 2013

Part of the reason we feel a head rush is because we are pulling a lot of oxygen in during these exercises. Of course holding the breath and straining a bit can cause this as well. When I hold the breath, it is really more of a pause than anything else. I am gentle in the pausing of my breath.
As for the belly, well, yes, we are working the digestive tract especially through breath of fire and other postures that have us moving and contracting the core. Hoping you are enjoying the series. Best, --Tommy Rosen

tanya.maurice71, posted on March 12, 2013

This is the first time I have done Kundalini it is a great way to wake up. I have small children and usually get off to a pretty slow start so this feels great. And my spine has recently been put though pregnancy, nursing and like Tommy have had a number of back issues and the waking the upper spine feels AWESOME!! Thanks Gaiam, this will definately be part of my morning rountine instead of just coffee!

bostonbean, posted on February 18, 2013

I suffer from TMJ disorder and have extremely tight shoulders and neck. This was a wonderful way to bring energy to areas that are usually stagnant.

Estelle, posted on February 6, 2013

Simple, short, concise and useful. This is a wonderful morning practice. Glad to find this and will use again, often. He does a wonderful job of explaining and I love that it's a husband/wife team. I like that he explains this helped him with a back injury and also encourages to just do as much as we can do. He's adorable laugh when thanked at the end was a cherry on top. Thank you for having this, Gaiam!

lovely95, posted on December 27, 2012

Excellent, very energizing yet seems simple but with the breathing and the movement, you really feel energized and I especially like that it is so good for my spine and hope I do this one often.

MamaSteph, posted on December 17, 2012

I absolutely love this way to wake up. Energizes the breath and makes my back/spine come alive. This is a great practice for keeping the spine healthy during pregnancy.. Too bad I can't do the entire salutation!

UrszulaM, posted on December 10, 2012

This was great! It woke my mind and body. Now I'm ready to go write my exam!

Eve Depecker, posted on November 6, 2012

What a great way to wake up! Thanks!

J_ennifer530, posted on October 4, 2012

Love it! It wakes me up and keeps me going every morning and in doing it just a few days, I already feel like I have more energy throughout the day.

sancep, posted on September 29, 2012

I got a little impatient, but I guess I needed this to slow down. Overall, it was good.

yeticat, posted on May 30, 2012

I do a lot of yoga but this is the first time I've tried Kundalini - very rejuvenating!

holliesearsyoga, posted on May 20, 2012

I loved this class. I just wish it were longer.

dmmason3296, posted on April 19, 2012

it is great

dmmason3296, posted on February 16, 2012

I love doing this in the morning. It is quick and a great way to start the day.

sotting, posted on December 2, 2011

A good all-levels practice.

harikirin, posted on December 1, 2011

This series of exercises were first taught in the US 35 years ago by Yogi Bhajan.

nicoled, posted on November 24, 2011

This practice is such a perfect way to start the day! I feel alive and energized!

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