Kundalini – An Experience


Available Dates:

  • 6 February 2023, Monday
  • 6 March 2023, Monday
  • 10 March 2023, Friday
  • 3 April 2023, Monday
  • 1 May 2023, Monday
  • 5 June 2023, Monday
  • 3 July 2023, Monday
  • 7 August 2023, Monday
  • 4 September 2023, Monday
  • 2 October 2023, Monday
  • 6 November 2023, Monday
  • 4 December 2023, Monday

If above dates are not suitable, do write to us at info@space2b.sg for possible alternatives.

Workshop hours: 7pm – 9pm 

Teacher: Swami Nadam

Costs:$100 per session
Members do contact us if you’d like to deduct 2 credits from your membership.

Studio Membership applies.
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Where: SPACE 2B, 2B Stanley Street, Singapore 068721


What is Kundalini?
The word itself conjures up many imageries, from a coiled snake, to a fountain of energy, to a ball of life-force. It has been explained and defined so many times, giving rise to as many practices around this concept.

Kundalini around the world
Kundalini is closely related to India. It is often depicted as a cobra rising above ones head. In the practice of Shiavism, kundalini represents the female aspect of energy (Shakti). But you may be surprised to know that this concept is not limited to India. In China, it is commonly depicted as Bodhisatyva Quan Yin riding a dragon. And in Egypt, we often see this symbolically represented on the headdress of pharaohs to represent an enlightened, wise and benevolent ruler. In ancient Greece, and later in Roma, we find this reflected by Asclepius, the god of healing, holding a staff with two intertwined snakes, also known as the caduceus.

Experiencing Kundalini
There are many ways one can awaken/experience this energy. From breathwork, to deep meditation, to yoga, to practicing Tantra or abnegation.

OSHO Kundalini Meditation is a complete practice that brings one through activating through to observing what may arise. You are invited to take this journey within, to explore your own relationship with Kundalini in a safe environment.

Note: Participants should not have food for at least an hour before the session. A light black tea and a few slices of fruits is fine. Wear loose comfortable clothing as there will be physical movements