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Water & Stone Yoga
(603) 520-2897
25 West Main Street
Conway, NH

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South Berwick Yoga LLC
(207) 450-7154
4 Portland St
South Berwick, ME
Yoga Styles
All

The Prana Studio for Yoga and Health
(603) 868-6753
13 Sunnyside Drive
Durham, NH
Yoga Styles
Kripalu, Integrative Yoga Therapy

Empower Yoga Center
(603) 427-0772
63 Market Street
Portsmouth, NH
Yoga Styles
Vinyasa Flow / Power

Strafford Ashtanga Yoga
603/664/5468
1539 Province Road
Strafford, NH
Yoga Styles
Ashtanga

Rasamaya
(877) 676-RASA
c/o Dover Yoga Suite 320
Dover, NH
Yoga Styles
Vinyasa, Teacher Training, Aerial, Danc

Yoga of the Berwicks
(207) 384-4400
507 Portland St
Berwick, ME
Yoga Styles
Various

Adagio Spa Salon & Wellness Center
(603) 664-6000
320 Route 125
Barrington, NH
Yoga Styles
Hatha

My Om Whole Fitness
(603) 512-4516
PO Box 265
Greenland, NH
Yoga Styles
Kripalu and Ashtanga influenced vinyasa

YOGA ON YORK
(207) 363-9642
250 York Street
York, ME
Yoga Styles
Vinyasa Flow Yoga and BodySense with Sue

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What Is Kundalini?

Answer:
Kundalini comes from Sanskrit, and it literally means

“coiled.” In Indian yoga, this is referred to as an unconscious, instinctive, or libidinal force, envisioned either as a goddess or as a sleeping serpent that is coiled at the base of the spine.

In Yoga, it is proposed that this energy can be awakened by the guru, but that the body and spirit must be prepared through breathing control, physical exercises, visualization, and chanting. This rises from the chakra up through a subtle channel at the base of the spine, as well as from the top of the head merging with the crown chakra. This awakening is not a physical occurrence. It is completely in the development of consciousness.

With this awakening, we become more aware of the truth. The aspirant will then become involved with deep meditation and infinite bliss. This is said to be the one way in which to attain divine wisdom. This is sometimes referred to a self realization or self knowledge. In order to be able to integrate this spiritual energy, careful purification and strengthening of the body and nervous system are required before you begin. Psychic disturbances and mental problems can occur if you try to force this.

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