The Kundalini Yoga Experience

Bringing Body, Mind, and Spirit Together

The Kundalini Yoga Experience

A beautifully redesigned edition of the only authoritative guide to the most traditional form of yoga that teaches poses, breathing techniques, and meditations to bring bodies and minds together in a healthier, balanced union.

Americans have adopted yoga as one of the most effective and enjoyable ways to stay healthy. But yoga isn’t only about increasing flexibility and holding onto that youthful glow. As yoga becomes more popular, much of its original spirit is disappearing. While every yoga class includes a period of meditation, the majority of classes focus on learning postures to tone and strengthen the body. The Kundalini Yoga Experience teaches practices that equally target the body, the mind, and the spirit to improve every aspect of your health and tap into your own unique stores of healing energy.

Professional Kundalini instructors Guru Dharma Khalsa and Darryl O’Keefe offer a balanced step-by-step program based on breathing, poses, and meditation to help you become the best person you can be—physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Beautifully illustrated with more than fifty full-color photos and line art, The Kundalini Yoga Experience reveals the purest form of yoga—one that combines physical fitness with emotional health and spiritual satisfaction.
  • Touchstone | 
  • 144 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780743225823 | 
  • August 2002
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About the Authors

Darryl O'Keeffe

Darryl O'Keeffe has taught yoga for twelve years and currently teaches with Guru Dharam Singh at the School of Kundalini Yoga in the UK. He is a certified teacher and trainer with the Kundalini Research Institute and a member of the International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association.


Dharma Singh Khalsa

Guru Dharam S. Khalsa teaches at the School of Kundalini Yoga (SKY) in the UK. He studied with Yogi Bhajan—the man who introduced the practice of Kundalini Yoga to the United States—for more than twenty years.