Sadhana is every Sunday at Kundalini House

This class is by donation, all funds go to the Assylum seeker resource centre


What is Sadhana?

‘The Ultimate Approach to Change’

Sadhana is a spiritual practice, a discipline of the mind and body to allow one to express the infinite within one’s self. Sadhana is a conscious activity to rise, exercise the body and meditate.
“What is sadhana? It’s a committed prayer. It is self-enrichment. It is not something which is done to please somebody or to gain something. Sadhana is a personal process in which you bring out your best.”

-Yogi Bhajan

Why attend Sadhana?
Doing Sadhana in a group harmonises and balances out the differences in each individual; the happiness of one person will balance the sadness of another. There are differences between Sadhana and a regular class. The facilitator keeps talking to a minimum and whilst leading the group may choose to take part in the yoga.

Getting up for Sadhana is a personal victory, and always worth it. It’s opening a portal to stillness, to be alert between the time that the night is completed and the creatures of the morning rise up. We get up before the birds. It’s a pure, crystal time. Like yogis of ancient times, it’s a timeless connection with nature.

Outline of Sadhana:
5am – Reading of a spiritual text
5:20 – Adi Mantra & Yoga Set
6:20 – Sadhana Mantras for the Aquarian Age, accompanied by live music at times.
7:30 – End. All classes are suitable for beginners through to advanced students of yoga.