Festival Blog

by | Jul 9, 2017

Ayurveda Final Week – Travel Kit

Ayurveda Final Week – Travel Kit

Just 5 days before we gather together for the festival. Are you ready? Whenever I travel I always pack a little travel kit with me to ensure that my transition from A to B is a smooth one. I also give this same advice to my clients and students. So what goes into the...

Ayurveda Tips Week Five – Clove Water

Ayurveda Tips Week Five – Clove Water

Tomorrow is the Spring Equinox, which is a more accurate beginning to the spring season. As the weather starts getting warmer, the chill of the winter begins to liquefy. The earth is saturated with moisture. With this comes the liquefying of any winter accumulation in...

Ayurveda Tips Week Four – Sleep

Ayurveda Tips Week Four – Sleep

One of the most beautiful parts of gatherings such as the Kundalini Yoga festival is the participation in group early morning Sadhana. While the environment is subtle, the sky is dark and most people are still asleep, we greet the day ahead with prayer, practice and...

Ayurveda Tips Week Three – Abhyanga

Ayurveda Tips Week Three – Abhyanga

One of the core daily routines in following a Yogic and Āyurvedic (they are sister sciences) lifestyle is the practice of daily self-oil massage known as abhyanga. This practice protects the skin, stimulates the nervous and immune systems, lubricates the joints, aids...

Choose your Seva

Choose your Seva

Participating in Seva, selfless service, is a beautiful part of our festival. This time is not so much about work, but about giving of our selves and creating community. When you purchased your ticket you would have been given an opportunity to choose your seva (and...

Ayurveda Tips Week Two – Simplify your diet

Ayurveda Tips Week Two – Simplify your diet

Having participated in many Kundalini Yoga festivals, trainings, retreats and solstice gatherings over the years, the one thing I have consistently observed is the sensitivity to digestive system adjustment amongst fellow participants over the course of the program....

Ayurveda Tips Week One – Sadhana

Ayurveda Tips Week One – Sadhana

The festivals program is filled with many wonderful Kundalini Yoga workshops for you to participate in. You can choose to partake in practice from early morning Sadhana through to the evening. That’s a lot of kriyas over 4 days! To prepare your body and mind for this,...

Pre-Festival Meditation

Pre-Festival Meditation

The countdown is on for the last 40 days before our Festival so why wait till then? You can start getting into the space of KYFA 2019 by joining in with our 40 day Pre-Festival Meditation. Har Kiret is leading this Sadhana through the Festival  Facebook Page. The full...

Japji, Ardas and Hukum

Japji, Ardas and Hukum

This year Jai Inder Kaur will offer 1 hour interactive workshops for those wishing to learn how to recite the Ardas and receive a Hukamana from the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. Shiv Charan Singh, renowned Kundalini Yoga teacher, offers these words to reveal how the Japji,...

Seva for our teachers

Seva for our teachers

Seva call out to support our teachers As you book in to this year’s festival you may have seen some options of Seva (Selfless Service) when you registered. We are offering up the opportunity to serve the teachers facilitating the workshops being held at the festival....

Campalini

Campalini

What better way to unwind, connect to the earth and experience this year’s festivalthan with camping on this beautiful sacred land of Ivory Rock. You can bring you owntent, hire a tent already set up for you when you arrive, with single camp bed, mattress, pillow and...

Sat Nam Rasayan

Sat Nam Rasayan

Sat Nam Rasayan is the healing modality of Kundalini Yoga, passed on by Yogi Bhajan to Guru Dev Singh. “The awareness of the Sat Nam Rasayan® practitioner becomes transcendent and in the vastness of their consciousness, healing will happen. The state is a pure...

Karam Kriya

Karam Kriya

Karam Kriya Applied Numerology is a sister discipline of Kundalini Yoga. Wise ones through the ages including Guru Nanak, knew intimately the language of numbers - the most essential and universal language of all - as is evidenced in the Mul Mantra - a perfect...

The Joy of Seva

The Joy of Seva

Seva means selfless service, and lies at the heart of kundalini yoga—selfless action asks us to serve others with no expectation of outcome. It can be a challenging task sometimes as our mind tells us we need recognition for our good deeds. . Letting go of our agenda...

Teachers & Trainers Forum

Teachers & Trainers Forum

Now is your chance to join in the Kundalini Yoga Teachers & Trainers Forum. This is the first time a Teachers Forum has been offered in Australia /New Zealand.