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Wake Up Your Sensual Side

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Wake Up Your Sensual Side

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This Kundalini yoga workout Lindsey Lewis will wake up your sensual side, especially the energy centre located in your second chakra in your pelvic area. We’ll make use of mula Bandha to strengthen the pelvic floor. And we’ll start to tap into the awareness and power of Kundalini energy, often cited in Tantric practices. Breathe deep, get movin’, and enlighten your sensual self.

Music by Damon the Zen Drummer and Temmy Lewis.


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lovingit, posted on July 2, 2015

Have been practising this one for a couple of weeks now and feel amazing every time - energised, alive and empowered! It's just the right pace and length - I find some kundalini practises a bit full-on but this really works for me - especially love the "strong body, soft mind" instruction. Thank you! Looking forward to trying some more of your classes. Namaste

maggie.preston, posted on June 23, 2015

I like this class! feel good afterwards.

DeronneK, posted on December 15, 2014

Love this but are there's some more yoga videos from you coming

lindseylewis, posted on July 15, 2014

@sabineschulte hmm, I've not heard of a direct connection between tight shoulders and vertigo. What I recommend is to do exactly what you so beautifully already realized: don't do it if it makes you too dizzy. Pause and then come back when you can. It's likely that shoulder stretches will help your shoulder tension. Take care, and do what's right for you. xL

sabineschulte, posted on July 15, 2014

Sat Nam, Lindsey and Thank you for that great Kundalini Class - It got me going and I now feel energetic and ready for the day! I also would have a question for you: When we bring our hands behind the back and interlace our fingers I feel some tension in the shoulders (especially the right one) which actualIy made me dizzy. I had to stop this exercise earlier…...but I am wondering, where the connections are between tense shoulders and that appearance of light vertigo.
Thank you again! Namaste!

Lmdc1566, posted on June 25, 2014

Thank you for your kind guidance it really makes a difference

lindseylewis, posted on May 26, 2014

@Bolowe You're so welcome : ) thanks for doing yoga with me. xNamaste, L

Bolowe, posted on May 26, 2014

This is a very nice pace Kundalini sequence, not too bounce, yet enough repetition to loosen the tight spots. I felt my joints were released after the practice. Thank you again.

biamita, posted on February 6, 2014

Hei Lindsey, I love this class but now I´m pregnant. Can I keep doing it? Any changes that I should do?

abudero, posted on January 8, 2014

Loved this so much - what a wonderful awakening!

blissence, posted on September 8, 2013

Thankyou, very energizing and warming....:)

lindseylewis, posted on July 16, 2013

@Shootingstar11 thank you. namaste, sat nam. have a great day. xL

Shootingstar11, posted on July 13, 2013

LINDSEY: Very energizing and empowering workout. Your style is quite unique! Thanks!

jessbarudin, posted on June 7, 2013

Love this! #yoga #kundalini #chakra I'm 25 weeks and this class was great for #prenatal strengthening & #meditation http://www.myyogaonline.com/videos/yoga/wake-up-your-sensual-side

lindseylewis, posted on June 4, 2013

@STyler yes, definitely one to be careful with for anyone with knee injuries

lindseylewis, posted on June 4, 2013

@Marienjapan that's cause I am! have a great class, namaste, L

Marienjapan, posted on June 4, 2013

You look so happy doing yoga! I will try this in the morning.

STyler, posted on June 4, 2013

I think this practice should be avoided by anyone with weak/injured knees. I have a recovering injury and found I was unable to complete this, unfortunately :) I did the first 1/4 at a very slow and gentle pace, but had to stop. It also flared up some stresses taken by my "uninjured" knee - as it's picked up a lot of my weight these last 2 months - and much pain ensued. I would also suggest that maybe it's more suited to a more experienced yogi - one that doesn't need as much guidance in proper and safe alignment.

Hopefully I'll give this another go when I'm fit and more experienced :)

Thanks for this, all the same :)

JuliAnneM, posted on April 16, 2013

Very energetic! Thanks.

lindseylewis, posted on March 29, 2013

@ericae23 thank you for doing the classes! big love, L

ericae23, posted on March 29, 2013

Thank you Lindsey for all you do the class was well worth it..

lindseylewis, posted on March 25, 2013

@SuzanneHB glad you found the class fun! nice to connect with you in Columbia, cheers, L

SuzanneHB, posted on March 25, 2013

This class was a lot of fun! Different and challenging.

lindseylewis, posted on March 25, 2013

@matsar96 so glad it was invigorating! awesome. big love, L

matsar96, posted on March 25, 2013

A creative, surprisingly challenging and invigorating class! Will be doing this again.

lindseylewis, posted on March 25, 2013

@mrenkow glad it was good! you're totally right--people with knee challenges, please be careful here--stay much higher up in the squats and go slower if you need to. big love, L

mrenkow, posted on March 25, 2013

Great lower body workout! Not for people with knee problems.

lindseylewis, posted on March 18, 2013

@chakraprayer so glad the flow worked for you : ) big love, L

chakraprayer, posted on March 18, 2013

Thank you Lindsey. I felt this is a very creative practice to free the second chakra hence the third and forth. It boost stamina at the same time. Very smart sequence full of fluidity :)

lindseylewis, posted on March 12, 2013

@Laurina so glad you liked the class! neat to connect with you all the way in Italy. xL

Laurina, posted on March 12, 2013

Thanks for a lovely practice xxx

lindseylewis, posted on February 22, 2013

@FaithI glad you like the tunes : ) Yes, to everyone--please go at your own pace, and take all the time you need to warm up. Much love, L

FaithI, posted on February 22, 2013

Warming up before starting this class is advised. It moved too quickly into deep poses so I strained a groin muscle about a quarter way through the class. I've done this type of practice many times before so thought I would be sufficiently prepared but maybe shouldnt have done first thing in the morning. Really love the new music!

lindseylewis, posted on February 21, 2013

@JuliAnneM "loose and juicy" first time I've had that feedback : ) Love it

JuliAnneM, posted on February 21, 2013

Excellent class! Much more energetic than I thought it might be, but I feel loose and juicy after. Recommend!

lindseylewis, posted on February 18, 2013

@Eraines hey Erika; ha, yup, frog kriya is a doozy : ) I have heard from a couple other kundalini students that nausea and stomach discomfort during class. in most of us, there is an energy block in the third chakra/power center, and this could be part of it. on the other hand, it could be just that it's better for you right now to slow it down, take it slower, and really honor your body anytime it asks you to be more at ease during the practice. you might try asking a naturopath, too. talking with you in person would help me help you, and if it interests you, you can book in for a free session with me via my site at www.libreliving.com. Much love, L

Solara, posted on February 18, 2013

Loved it! Thank you

Eraines, posted on February 17, 2013

Hi Lindsey, glad to see you're responding to questions because I have one!
Great class, and I love Kundalini except for the notorious frog kriya, which I love to hate. It's hard but leaves me feeling so energized. However, whenever I do a more active kundalini class for 30 minutes or more I end up quite nauseated and with sometimes pretty intense pain in my stomach. I don't usually eat or drink before practicing first thing in the morning, so it's not that I have a bunch of food sitting around. Sometimes when I've done kundalini in warmer rooms the pain/nausea will be so intense that I feel as though I'm about to pass out. It usually lasts for a bit after class as well and on the more intense days I've had episodes of nearly passing out in the shower.
Because I love the practice I've tried drinking warm digestive tea with lemon in slow sips before or at intervals during a class and while this helps a little, it has never taken care of the issue.
Is this something you've seen before? Have any suggestions? Is this an energy blockage somewhere that I need to address?

lindseylewis, posted on February 15, 2013

@aspooner that's great : ) Love it. Yup, mula bandha is one way to draw kundalini energy up...and can be a powerful way to boost your energy at any time. it won't 'wake up' kundalini energy, it will just enable you to start tapping into it's resonance. full kundalini awakenings most often happen spontaneously, and it's best when it's left at that. much love, L

lindseylewis, posted on February 15, 2013

@jenwerlinyoga glad you liked it! namaste, L

jenwerlinyoga, posted on February 15, 2013

I'm an experienced yoga practitioner, but new to kundalini. I am a bit sore from a backbending class yesterday & this practice felt great. It was also fun. Thanks.

aspooner, posted on February 14, 2013

Cool, thanks so much, those were pretty much the poses/asanas I would do if I am just winging yoga at home so I guess I've always had an inkling to wake up the Kundalini energy! I had my first experience with Kundalini this summer but have not yet figured out how to work with it. To wake up Kundalini energy in life, is the mula Bandha something you would pay attention to throughout the day?

lindseylewis, posted on February 14, 2013

@lynnewalters yay Lynne! so glad your back isn't sore anymore. hurray for yoga ; )

lynnewalters, posted on February 14, 2013

that was great...thank you . I started the class with a very sore back & I couldn't sit in a chair....now my pain has subsided...!

lindseylewis, posted on February 12, 2013

@stacyb ha! you crack me up. glad you spotted the leaping fish. that was magic ; )

lindseylewis, posted on February 12, 2013

big love, namastes, sat nams for the positive feedback on this class to @pinky2, @deaconsgirl, @stacyb @tappin1 @houseofseven @kajas1 and @bellax Keep on risin' up! xL

pinky2, posted on February 12, 2013

Beads of sweat are dripping off my face..

deaconsgirl, posted on February 11, 2013

I like the Kundalini influences throughout this practice. Very energetic & relaxing.....

stacyb, posted on February 10, 2013

i probably should have had my eyes closed....but as i didnt, i loved how the fish surged out of the water as you connected with your third-eye....ok...will try again, this time seriously.....

tappin1, posted on February 9, 2013

Nice class, love the theme and the music.
Thanks for sharing.

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