FIND YOUR VOICE

The bio-chemical experience of Kundalini Disco™️ is different for everyone. The intention is the embodiment of light, harmony and the amplification of life sparkling through every cell. It is a sensual and rhythmic experience of your breathe and body set to modern beats. Applying the powerful technology of kundalini yoga and meditation as taught by Yogi Bhajan in sexy settings we intentionally breathe and move with purpose for holistic well-being, connection and community. A safe space to move and groove with your highest intentions and socialize with spirit. 

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EMBODIED: Plant Medicine Meditation

Anatomically, the spine nourishes our bodies with its cerebral spinal fluid and is the backbone of our physical existence. The axis for the human body is the spine. Each vertebrae encases and protects the spinal chord along its path to the brain and cerebral spinal fluid lubicrates and cushions this corridor of consciousness while simultaneously circulating nutrients filtered from the blood and removing chemical waste products from the brain. Metaphysically it is the antennae that connects Earth to the heavens. Living in the spine means centering your awareness in, and acting from, your own divine Self as everything else spirals, spins and dances around you.

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UP IN SMOKE: Besides the Good Vibes

Scientific studies have recently found that Palo Santo is rich in terpenoids + limonene {Terpenoids contribute to the scent of eucalyptus, the flavors of cinnamon, cloves, and ginger, the yellow color in sunflowers, and the red color in tomatoes. Well-known terpenoids include citral, menthol, camphor, the cannabinoids found in cannabis, ginkgolide and bilobalide found in Ginkgo biloba, and the curcuminoids found in turmeric and mustard seed.} Both of these compounds have strong anti-depressive actions.

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BREATHE & THE BRAIN

Breathing is controlled unconsciously by the brainstem, and humans alter their breathing pattern in response to emotional stimuli and mental effort, suggesting that our thought processes affect the rate of breathing. These new findings suggest that breathing can also impact our mental function. For example, breathing rapidly when we are scared or highly aroused may optimise information processing in the brain so that we can think and act appropriately and quickly.

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