The Biorhythms of Life – 6.15-7.30pm Kundalini Yoga Mon 1 August @ Prana Lounge

biorhythmIs your life an automatic existence? Are you in survival mode? Or do you live in the ebb and flow of the Universal life force. Our individual lives are either acted out in concert like a harmonious note or discordant and in conflict with these basic micro and macro cycles and rhythms of life, Yogi Bhajan called the Biorhythm of life.

The habits we cultivate, our self discipline and conscious awareness effect our capacity to make key choices that enhance the harmony of the flow or strike a discordant note.

Life’s purpose for the individual is to give us the chance to experience our own infinite nature in the finite realm. Encounter our destiny and build caliber and character through our actions and interactions with others.

At each point in our life we continue to develop, learn and change. The yogis noticed that our life was cyclical. It revolved in 3 main cycles:

  • Every 7 years the cycle of our consciousness and identity. (What are our priorities, values and meaning of life. How connected our we to people and the Infinite)
  • Every 11 years the cycle of applied intelligence. (What are our strategies, how do we manifest our thoughts into actions and how do we perceive cause and effect in relation to our choices)
  • Every 18 years the cycle of physical, health and vitality. (Level of activity, quality of life, lifestyle and wellbeing habits)

If we choose to recognise that our life has a map we can learn to adapt at each stage of our life. We can develop tools and have an emergency back pack to deal with the changing terrain and challenges as we enter each stage.rhythm bio

  • Child 0-11yrs,
  • Adolescent 11-21yrs,
  • Young adult 22-40yrs,
  • Maturity 40-66yrs
  • Elder 66yrs onwards.


The Practice

Spend 5 mins making a list of your habits. Now underline the ones that you feel you have learnt unconsciously. For example, I tend eat very fast and not chew my food properly.

Go through each of your unconscious habits and note if you were going to try and change your unconscious habits would it take effort, insight or redirection?

Look at your habits and see if any of them support your mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing. How do they support you when you face challenges in your life? (For example, if I consciously chew my food and become conscious when I eat, I digest my food better, feel physically well and therefore sleep better and am a nicer person.)

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This week’s classes:

Mon 1 August 6.15-7.30pm   Kundalini Yoga @ Prana Lounge, 60 Horton Place, Col 7

Tues 2 August 6-7pm             Meditation @ The Om Space, 185/9 Havelock Road, Col 5

Wed 3 August 4.45- 7am        Sadhana @ 9 Greenlands Lane, Col 5 (FREE)

Wed 3 August 7.15-8.15pm   Kundalini Yoga @ the Om Space, 185/9 Havelock Road

Fri   5 August 6.30-7.30pm   Community Class @ the Om Space, 185/9 Havelock Road (by Donation)

Sat   6 August 9.30-10.30am Hatha General Class @ the Om Space, 185/9 Havelock Road

Sun 7 August 10-11am           Hatha General Class @ the Om Space, 185/9 Havelock Road


What is Middle-aged Crisis?


“Quote by Yogi Bhajan”

“The energy in your biology and in the biofeedback systems starts slowing down.  Your internal secretion of the glandular system is less. If there’s no proportion in your cycles and behaviors, no proportionate maturity, you will fall apart. “

So what happens in a mid life crisis? Often women cannot come to terms with the fact that when they look in the mirrror they do not see the same women that they were 15 years ago, even though they feel like 25 inside!  So they do things to try and keep them from looking old, like having a face lift, suddenly going to the gym every day and exercising excessively, dressing like a teenager etc etc!

Men think about or actually leave their long term relationships and find a younger women in the hope that they will feel younger, buy fast expensive sport cars etc!  Unfortunately this does not neccessarily help.

Marraiges and long term relationships may hit rock bottam because of the unconscious shift in needs or exagggeration of long-term tendencies. Couples may find themselves stuck in a rut, the man trying to find acceptance and his self worth, the woman in his life knows all his faults and takes it upon herself to correct him, often this will lead to hard judgements, conflicts grow and communication lessens. Instead what is needed, is good communication, love and tolerance.

If we are not aware and ahead of the times, then we may flounder in the storm, feeling lost and trying to cling to our younger lives.  However things have changed, so we need to find new meaning and purpose in our lives.  If we can navigate our way through these transitions,  accepting the changes we feel physically and emotionally.  Be wise and accept that we have to slow down a bit, but work on keeping our spirit strong.  Eat consciously, devote more time to exercise, meditation and be moderate in what we do.  Recognise that we cannot push our body to the limits as we could when we were in our twenties.  Find the joy in life today and feel what the wisdom of the experience of life has given us.  Mentor and help others and find purpose in our lives.

In todays Kundalini Yoga Class, Shaunagh will focus on a practice a “phyiscal kriya” and meditation for “Inner Assessment”, to centre ourselves and maintain balance in our chakras, so we don’t act from just one chakra or area of our self, instead we use our sensitivity to integrate, balance and make affective decisions to take us through these transitions in life.

 Wednesday 27th July 6.15 – 7.15pm

at The Signal Box Centre, The Emerald Building, Glenalmond Ave (off Clarendon Rd), Cambridge, CB2 8DS

Shaunagh’ Mob 07845254229



Cambridge Kundalini Yoga Class today at the Signal Box – Wed 20th July 6.15-7.15pm

Shaunagh teaching at the Signal Box Centre

Shaunagh teaching at the Signal Box Centre

Missing your usual class during the summer holidays?

Why not try aout a Kundalini Yoga class?

Kundalini Yoga consciously combines specific methods of breathing, movement, stretching, meditation, mantras and relaxation. The practice of Kundalini Yoga has amazing and immediate results and insures lasting long term physical, emotional and spiritual benefits, it helps you look great, feel great, relax, enjoy life and live in grace and gratitude.

As an integrated and authentic system of exercise, breath control, and meditation that has been practiced in India for millennia, it is safe, comprehensive, and simple. It promotes physical health, taps and stimulates the mind’s potential, awakens consciousness and touches one’s innermost being.

Heal your body, soothe your soul, when you regularly practice these powerful techniques.

Relax your mind
Align your body
Sing to your soul
& simply be!

I teach every Wednesday 6.15 to 7.15pm at

Glenalmond Ave (off Clarendon Rd)
TEL 07845254229



Early Morning Sadhana this Sat 16th July 6.30am – 8.30am at the Signal Box, Cambridge

IMG_2452EARLY MORNING YOGA 6.30am – 8.30am at Signal Box, Cambridge, CB2 8DS

Join Shaunagh for an early mornng yoga practice, asanas (yoga poses), relaxation, and chanting mantra.

Waking early and practicing during the ambrosial hours before the city has started to rise and the noise levels increase is a beautiful time to practice.

Stretching out your body during the yoga asanas works on strengthening your nervous and glandular system to help you cope with the stresses and strains of our day to day lives in the modern high paced lifestyle many of us lead. Joining together to chant mutiplies to effects of the mantra on your subconscious.

 at The Signal Box Centre

Glenalmond Ave (off Clarendon Rd), Cambridge CB2 8DS

6am for chanting the Japji
6.30-8.30am Yoga & chanting & meditation
8.30am light breakfast 


Relieve, Relax and Recharge Cambridge class at the Signal Box Wed 13th July 2016

GH Swimming poolRelieve, Relax, and Recharge

I am very happy to be back in Cambridge after a really fantastic teacher training course on Lifestyles and Lifecycles in Sri Lanka.  I am looking forward to sharing the wisdom I gleaned from our amazing teacher Shiv Charan.

However tomorrow I will be teaching a kriya which will help to recharge and relax us in these times of information overload and stress.  Learn to adapt our self, our consciousness and our nervous and gladular systems to adapt and tune into our own self sensory system to cope with the massive challenges in todays world.

Look forward to seeing you back on the mat.

Join me for Class on Wednesday 13th July 6.15 – 7.15pm

at The Signal Box Centre Glenalmond Ave (off Clarendon Rd), Cambridge, CB2 8DS