40 Days of Kundalini Yoga

Improve Your Life.

Lower your stress and improve your life with this 40-day “at home” package specifically designed to help you reach your goals. Based on the fundamentals of Kundalini Yoga, we’ll give you a kriya (yoga set) and meditation individually selected for you based on your specific situation, physical ability and daily time commitment.  Each package includes:


  • a questionnaire to determine your physical condition and lifestyle
  • a kriya (yoga set) specifically selected for you and your goals
  • a meditation specifically selected for you
  • a 1:1 Skype live lesson to go over the basics of your assignment
  • an online log for you to update daily. I monitor your log to check your progress, answer any questions, etc.
The cost is 80 euros (or equivalent) per 40-day package. This program is available worldwide. Register here.


1)  Are all the 40-day assignments the same?
No, we select a specific kriya and meditation for you based on your individual situation and your responses in the questionnaire.


2)  Do I need to do the yoga/breathwork set every day?
Yes, the 40 days is 40 consecutive days.  We will offer a very short (3 minute) option for days you can’t do the full set, but we ask that you commit to at least 3 minutes a day.


3)  I only have 10-20 minutes a day to dedicate to my daily practice. Can I still participate?
Absolutely.  Our goal is to help you establish a daily practice.  A daily practice can be as little as 3 minutes a day. The important thing is that you do something each day.


4)  I am not in good physical shape. Can I still participate?
Yes!  There are kriyas and meditations for all physical abilities.


5) Why Kundalini Yoga?
Kundalini Yoga is “yoga for all.” The practice starts with the breath so if you can breathe, you can do this form of yoga. Kundalini Yoga also strengthens your nervous system.


The nervous system is a combination of the brain, the spinal cord, nerve endings, glands and internal organs. The term “nervous system” refers to the way these components work together to send information to and from the brain to the rest of the body.  In its most simple terms, it is the way the brain and the body work together.


As a metaphor, you can think of the nervous system as container. If your container is a fragile, paper cup, you’ll feel easily overwhelmed, and life feels difficult. If your container is a strong, large metal bowl, you can handle the day-to-day stresses of life more easily, happily and smoothly.  This 40-day practice is designed to strengthen your nervous system.