Kundalini yoga was first introduced to the western world by Yogi Bhajan in 1969. It uses poses (Asanas), breathing techniques (Pranayama), hand and finger movements (Mudras), body locks (Bhandas) and meditation simultaneously or in sequence to create specific effects within the body. These sequences are called “Kriyas”.
The goal of this form of yoga is to awaken the Kundalini energy which lies at the base of the spine, like a coiled snake. In fact, the word “Kundalini” means coiling or coiled. This energy is vast and creative.
This is great for / symptom indicators:
Protection from negativity
Intention Setting Manifestation