The idea behind this type of yoga is to release potential energy that most people in daily life fail to recognize or utilize; for many newcomers, the experience of Kundalini Yoga can be an overwhelming one.
Known as "the home for Bikram Yoga in Omaha", One Tree Yoga offers that style in addition to almost every other popular yoga practice, including Ashtanga, Kundalini, Hatha, and Vinyasa.
A widely spiritual practice, Kundalini Yoga is best for people looking for mental benefits from yoga, as opposed to those looking to gain physical strength and/or lose weight.
The Kundalini Yoga Center called the Spirit Rising Foundation offers a Yoga Alliance certified 200-hour training program that focuses on training teachers for Kundalini Yoga.
Students not practicing Kundalini Yoga (but Hatha or some other yoga) should discover Kundalini Yoga before enrolling in this specialized yoga certification in Chicago.
Kundalini Yoga Cardio, Stretch, & Strengthen has high energy music and features yoga with a cardio dance that is fun for anyone who wants to try this style of yoga.
Tuition costs under $3,500, and students who are already initiated into the practices of Kundalini Yoga often find this specialized training exceptionally profitable.
Peachtree Yoga Center offers classes at basic and intermediate levels, as well as Power Flow; prenatal and gentle yoga; Kundalini; and restorative yoga.
Also in Dallas, Namah Shivaya offers two different formats of 200-hour certification, and one format of 500-hour certification, all in Kundalini Yoga.
The beginner certification has two different yoga specializations: Hatha Yoga and Kundalini Yoga, both of which are recognized by the Yoga Alliance.