Kundalini Yoga Newcastle Sadhana

We’re thrilled to be able to offer Kundalini Yoga Newcastle sadhana once a month on Saturday mornings from 8:45am-11:30am at Newcastle Cathedral Education Centre, St Nicholas Square, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1PF.

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(Our Kundalini Yoga Newcastle sadhana is free to attend but should you wish to make a contribution towards running costs we suggest a donation of £5 per person.)

Places are strictly limited and reserving your mat space in advance is essential. Please secure your spot at sadhana on any given Saturday via Eventbrite: kundalini-yoga-newcastle-sadhana.eventbrite.co.uk

UPCOMING KUNDALINI YOGA NEWCASTLE SADHANA IN 2018:

Saturday 13 January – 8:45am-11:30am RESERVE MY PLACE
Saturday 10 February – 8:45am-11:30am RESERVE MY PLACE
Saturday 10 March – 8:45am-11:30am RESERVE MY PLACE

If you’ve never heard of sadhana before, it is a morning Kundalini Yoga ritual of reciting sacred text (approx 30 mins); doing a set of physical postures or movements, called a kriya, followed by relaxation (approx 60 mins); and then meditating to 7 different mantras in Gurmukhi (approx 60 mins). The whole practice takes 2.5 hours and we have tea and biscuits afterwards!

There are no boundaries in Kundalini Yoga and it does not discriminate against physical ability, fitness level, age, gender, or body shape, so classes are suitable for everyone, universal and nondenominational.

How do I join a Kundalini Yoga Newcastle sadhana?

Due to the room’s limited capacity and the nature of its location, we run a ‘reserve your mat space in advance’ policy. Secure your spot for sadhana on any given Saturday via Eventbrite: kundalini-yoga-newcastle-sadhana.eventbrite.co.uk and then, if you wish, please make your donation on the day [cash payments only]. Please note, we are unable to accept unreserved drop-ins.

IMPORTANT: Please arrive 10-15 minutes beforehand to ensure that sadhana starts on time. Unfortunately, once sadhana is underway, latecomers will be unable to gain access due to a keypad-operated security system at the entrance to the Education Centre. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

What do I need to bring to a Kundalini Yoga Newcastle sadhana?

Please bring the following with you: yoga mat, cushion, blanket, bottle of water.

How to find the Kundalini Yoga Newcastle sadhana?

Please see below for information on how to find our Newcastle venue.

We have tried to answer the most common questions below but please feel free to call, text, or email us if you need any more information. See below for our contact details.

We look forward to welcoming you to sadhana very soon.

See you on the mat!
Sat Nam, Catherine and Matt x

T: 07380 289646
E: hello@dynamicwellbeing.co.uk

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FAQs

What is Kundalini Yoga sadhana?

Sadhana means daily spiritual practice. It is the foundation of all spiritual endeavour. Sadhana is your personal, individual spiritual effort. It is the main tool you use to work on yourself to achieve the purpose of life. It can be done alone or in a group. Sadhana is whatever you do consistently to clear your own consciousness so you can relate to the infinity within you. Before you face the world each day, do yourself a favour and tune up your nervous system and attune yourself to your highest inner self. To cover all bases, it includes exercise, meditation, and prayer.

Why do we practise Kundalini Yoga sadhana?

During what are called the “ambrosial hours” (the two and a half hours just before sunrise), when the sun is at a sixty-degree angle to the Earth, the energy you put into your sadhana gets maximum results. Your world is quieter. It’s easier to meditate and concentrate before the hustle and bustle of the day begins. If you absolutely cannot get up early in the morning to do sadhana, then do it some other time! Doing sadhana at any time of the day or night will benefit you.

Develop a regular sadhana and you take control of your life. Develop a deep sadhana and you open the doors of experience. Commit to meet your higher Self each morning and your decisions and your life become original; your life will bear the signature of your soul; your radiance will express the meaningful intimacy of the Infinite in each moment. Immerse yourself in the joy of victory that comes from starting each day with a powerful sadhana and every challenge becomes opportunity.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to take part in a Dynamic Wellbeing Kundalini Yoga Newcastle sadhana?

Attendees must be 18 and over.

What do I need to bring to a Dynamic Wellbeing Kundalini Yoga Newcastle sadhana?

Please bring the following with you: yoga mat, cushion, blanket, bottle of water.

How do I find Dynamic Wellbeing’s Kundalini Yoga Newcastle sadhana?

Newcastle Cathedral Education Centre is within easy reach of many public transport links:

RAILWAY

Newcastle Central Train Station is just five minutes’ walk from Newcastle Cathedral Education Centre. When leaving Central Station, turn right along Neville Street. You will pass by the monument to George Stephenson, father of Robert Stephenson, as well as The Literary and Philosophical Society and the North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers. Then follow Collingwood Street to bring you out at Newcastle Cathedral, St Nicholas Square. Cross St Nicholas Square (past the statue of Queen Victoria) and walk along the length of the north side of the Cathedral to join a short cobbled street leading to St Nicholas Church Yard. Once on this cobbled street, enter the Cathedral’s small courtyard on your right through a black metal gate. Go through the entrance door on your left and the Cathedral’s Education Centre is through the next door immediately on your left (above the Dog Leap Café).

CAR

The nearest major public car park can be found on Dean Street. Walk out of the car park, cross straight over Dean Street and almost directly in front of you is a small stairway that brings you up into Amen Corner, at the back of the Cathedral. Turn right and follow the short cobbled street to approach the Cathedral’s small courtyard on your left and enter through a black metal gate. Go through the entrance door on your left and the Cathedral’s Education Centre is through the next door immediately on your left (above the Dog Leap Café).
There are numerous other parking facilities, including multi-storey facilities and 48 surface car parks operated by Newcastle City Council. The Quayside’s multi-storey car park is approximately 12 minutes’ walk away and can hold up to 500 vehicles.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

The Nexus operated Tyne and Wear Metro service operates into Newcastle city centre – with several stations in close proximity to St Nicholas Cathedral Newcastle Education Centre. The nearest stations are Monument Station (at the top of the Grade I-listed Grey Street) and Central Station, both less than ten minutes’ walk away. If travelling from the Airport via Regent Centre, you will have to alight at Haymarket and change platforms.
The Q1 QuayLink bus service runs to the bottom of the Side, the medieval Quayside street which leads up to the Cathedral. Public buses run outside of the Cathedral into Gateshead and towards Durham and Chester-le-Street once every 15 minutes (weekdays and Saturdays).

ON FOOT

From the city centre: Head down Grey Street, passing by the Theatre Royal. Turn right along Mosley Street, which will bring you out to the north facade of Newcastle Cathedral, St Nicholas Square. Before approaching the statue of Queen Victoria at St Nicholas Square, turn left to join a short cobbled street leading to St Nicholas Church Yard. Once on this cobbled street, enter the Cathedral’s small courtyard on your right through a black metal gate. Go through the entrance door on your left and the Cathedral’s Education Centre is through the next door immediately on your left (above the Dog Leap Café).
From Central Station: As you leave Central Station, turn right along Neville Street. Following Collingwood Street will bring you to Newcastle Cathedral, St Nicholas Square. Cross St Nicholas Square (past the statue of Queen Victoria) and walk along the length of the north side of the Cathedral to join a short cobbled street leading to St Nicholas Church Yard. Once on this cobbled street, enter the Cathedral’s small courtyard on your right through a black metal gate. Go through the entrance door on your left and the Cathedral’s Education Centre is through the next door immediately on your left (above the Dog Leap Café).
From the Quayside: Alight the Side – the main medieval route into Newcastle. Alternatively, you can take Dog Leap Stairs. They’re steep but rise straight up to the Cathedral. The Castle Stairs are another route. These can be found on the Quayside, across the road from the Swing Bridge. Again, this is steep but will bring you to the Castle Keep. Keep forward along St Nicholas Street to approach the Cathedral on your right. Continue right and cross St Nicholas Square (past the statue of Queen Victoria) and walk along the length of the north side of the Cathedral to join a short cobbled street leading to St Nicholas Church Yard. Once on this cobbled street, enter the Cathedral’s small courtyard on your right through a black metal gate. Go through the entrance door on your left and the Cathedral’s Education Centre is through the next door immediately on your left (above the Dog Leap Café).

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