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Awaken Your Potential

With Arkline Yoga

"When everything aligns, every part of you shines"

AWAKENED YOGA AND MEDITATION

With Linda McIntyre 

True transformation occurs in the subtle practices we consistently make to feel balanced throughout the day.

By harnessing the technology of kundalini yoga you can,

        very quickly experience:

  • Greater clarity of mind

  • Inner and outer calm

  • Increase in efficiency

  • A reduction in stress

  • Immune system boost

THIS IS A HOUSEHOLDERS YOGA.

There is no need to go anywhere. There is no need for fancy yoga pants, yoga mats, or yoga props. There is no need for prior yoga experience. There is no need for a “belief” in anything other than the power of your own breath and the body’s enormous and magnificent healing capabilities.

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Consistent Kundalini

Live Weekly Classes

Looking for a way to bring balance, vitality, calm, and greater purpose to your busy day without much fuss or prep?
Our weekly classes are designed to awaken your potential using ancient principles and techniques that are proven to improve your brain functions, heal your traumas, improve your sleep, reduce your stress/anxiety, and improve your immune functions.

1 - 1  Private  Immersion

90 Minute Tailored Session

One on One personalized, private yoga & meditation sessions tailored to address your unique characteristics and individual needs. Working with technologies that precisely and consciously combine breath, mudra (hand posture), eye-focus, mantra, body locks, and postures to balance your glandular system, strengthen your nervous system, expand lung capacity, and purify your blood, bringing balance to your mind, body, and spirit.

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"Happiness, not in another place but this place, not for another hour but this hour"

Walt Whitman

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