Kundalini Yoga for the Solar Plexus

Dawn Rabey
Instructor Dawn Rabey
Average: 4.7 (53 votes)
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Bring life to your solar plexus (manipura chakra) with this lively class that builds up heat, energy and life force so you can take on your day with brightness and confidence.

Equipment: None
Style: Kundalini Yoga


dove411@icloud.com 10 months ago

Dawn & DYWM,
I first discovered Kundalini here in your site about 7 years ago. I must say it was different and yet I knew intuitively it was very good for me. Dawn way of unfurling it for me made good sense. Thank you for adding more to her style of yoga. I would like to see more of Dawn /Kundalini for us to learn from.
Thank You ,
Lucy ❤️ From Virginia , USA

sng4ever 1 year ago

Glorious and well rounded practice. Will share with my husband.
A practice to do time and time again!

lisahuck 1 year ago

This class is so so good, Dawn. I recently had a manic episode after discontinuing an antidepressant I'd been on for a long time. It damaged my nervous system, which is affecting my motor skills, sensory and digestive systems, among other things. Although these effects have started to subside, my digestion issues have been causing me a lot of discomfort. When you mentioned how the imbalanced manipura chakra can show up as dominating, controlling aggression given excessive energy, it REALLY resonated with what I've been experiencing. In fact, I was contemplating keeping myself locked inside for before I lose all my friends and cause mayhem on the streets. I'll keep working on this practice, with faith that it will benefit my healing. Thank you so much. Sat mam.

estherggg 1 year ago

I can relate to your experience. Lots of medications have aggression as a side effect. Do you mind saying which antidepressant had this effect on you?

lisahuck 1 year ago

It wasnt actually the antidepressant, but the sudden influx of my own hormones after coming off of it (Effexor), mostly dopamine, combined with stimulants (coffee and small dosage of dexedrine, which I sometimes take for ADHD). I am not bipolar but have a genetic predisposition to hypomania. Along with being on my period and a bit sleep deprived, it was the right combination to damage central nervous system.

estherggg 1 year ago

Thank you so much for sharing! I recently had a bad experience with effexor which was recommended to control my post-menopausal hot flashes. It did control the hot flashes, but the side effects were not worth it. I hope you've recovered from the damage to your central nervous system, and wish you good luck for the future.

Emily.B. 3 years ago

Are all of the classes in this series appropriate for their respective chakras regardless if flow through the chakra is presently deficient, in excess, or balanced?

ChloeSydney 3 years ago

Wow! this was my first Kundalini session but I can really feel it in the solar plexus. Very different, I'm more into power classes but will definitely do some of these throughout the week. Anything to help digestive issues :).