Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Vibrant Something truly different!
An extensive workout that will leave you energized, relaxed and sore in places you didn't know you had.
A completely different form of yoga - very effective!
December 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SahajaYogini As good as a class!
I bought this DVD, but never had the chance to watch it. I finally did, and unlike another Kundalini Yoga DVD I had a long time ago, this one followed a class I used to attend in Cuenca, Ecuador. I just wanted to watch it through the first time, but I can't wait to do all of the exercises, which are very simple to follow. I especially like the way the DVD is broken down to segments, so if you only have time to do an "awake" section (a.m.?) or "Energy", you can choose just those. I also really liked the sound track which really motivates you to keep moving. If you have never tried Kundalini Yoga, start with this!
October 20, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Muneca115 This product does not have any introduction.
I bought this dvd thinking that it was going to have introduction & instructions. All I see is Gurmukh doing the movements & I get to see statutes in meditation position. T'here is no flow in between movements. It was a waste of money.
March 5, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Bebs Almost has a cult-like feeling
Kundalini yoga is ok if I am in the mood. If you are looking for a nice flow, then this DVD is not for you. But it's not the Kundalini that haunts me about this DVD, it's the tone of it. I almost feel like I'm watching cult members following a cult leader. The DVD is shot outside (I think) in some weird setting and the only thing that is missing is the participants saying, "Yes, Gurmukh, anything you say, Gurmukh...." I own about 100 yoga DVDs and this one kind of freaks me out.
August 4, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by al3sha Wonderful practice
I find this workout very satisfying. There's a lot of room for making it strenuous or relaxed. I enjoy the mindful cultivation of energy to oneself - "bring it in, come on, go for it." The only thing that bothers me about the video is that the "students" don't give variations to the activities, or provide freer expression. There are a number of times when she says, "form does not matter here," but they are all the same and seem restricted. In other cases they don't demonstrate key aspects to a pose such as keeping the eyes closed, or when to open them, or staying on the toes. That said, it is really trivial except for those very new to Kundalini Yoga. And if you are new, just be more mindful of what Gurmukh is saying vs. looking to the class for demonstration. And mooove that body! Enjoy.
November 9, 2012