Kundalini Yoga for the Heart Chakra

Dawn Rabey
Instructor Dawn Rabey
Average: 4.9 (36 votes)
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Open up the heart chakra with Dawn as she takes you through a wonderfully rejuvenating kundalini yoga class. It will not only open up your heart, it will make you feel awake, more alive and more connected to the world around you.

Equipment: None
Style: Kundalini Yoga, Pranayama Yoga


estherggg 2 weeks ago

Hello Dawn, I've been loving your classes for years. Last week I was diagnosed with beginning rectal prolapse. Is there a specific kundalini sequence that addresses this?

Fiji McAlpine 2 weeks ago

I am not sure if there is a specific Kundalini sequence for prolapse, but I do know that most all kundalini would be helpful for this . Kundalini focues on the spine and the breath, both important factors to consider with prolapse, posture becomes more imporant and interstitial pressure in the abdoman. Pelvic floor classes would also be useful and we have many on the site. If you enter pelvic floor in the search bar a lot of pracitces come up.

Calsifer 7 months ago

Thank you for your lesson, it is very inspiring and deep; all Dawn’ Kundalini classes are really amazing, please give us a Christmas gift with new lessons :); it would be great!Giulia from Italy

Georges 1 year ago

Thank you so munch. I enjoyed your classes and really like the way you teach.

ktopper 1 year ago

Thank you! I loved this. any chance you could post the actual sanskrit / words to the chants so that I can better follow along? Is this the best kriya to open up the esophagus/vagal nerve?

David Procyshyn 1 year ago

Hi there. I checked in with Dawn and she gave the following response:
I wouldn't make the claim that it is 'the best' kriya for that - other kriyas that work on the heart and throat would be good for the esophagus, and the vagal nerve is a bit elusive so it's probably much more broad as far as which kriyas are helpful for the vagal nerve. As far as I know, in the kundalini system as taught by Yogi Bhajan, there is not a kriya that is defined as 'best' for either of these (esophagus or vagal nerve).
Here is the Mangala Charn Mantra - it's the 2nd opening chant for every class, plus, in the Hearth Chakra class, it is also chanted again at the end with different hand movements - so assume this is the chant the person was asking about:
Mangala Charn Mantra:
Aad Guray Nameh - to the Primal Guru (wisdom), I bow to (or call on)
Jugaad Guray Nameh - to the Guru (wisdom) of the Ages, I bow to (or call on)
Sat Guray Nameh - to the True Guru (wisdom), I bow to (or call on)
Siri Guru Dayvay Nameh - to the Great Divine Guru (wisdom), I bow to (or call on)

Jennifer Ament 5 months ago

This is great I also always wanted the words to help me follow along better! thanks

zeecee 1 year ago

The kundalani series on DYWM is such a treasure. New videos in this series would be great, but the current selection is absolutely well-rounded.

yogiAndermoser 1 year ago

I've never done anything like this before! Loved Dawn's teaching, the chanting, the whole experience. Can't wait to try another class. Thank you!

GayatriBrooke 1 year ago

I've been working with Dawn's Kundalini videos for some time, and always return, depending on what my body/intuition tells me I need. Would love to see some new videos added, if possible. They are such a gift.