This is also a great opportunity to learn about how Kundalini Yoga Portland is reaching out to the community in offering classes, workshops, and so much more. Everyone in the Portland community is invited. This event is not limited to those in the Kundalini Yoga community, so bring a friend!
Where: Interstate Lanes, 6049 N Interstate Ave (near Ainsworth and Interstate Ave) Portland, OR
When: Saturday 11/17/2012 4:30pm-6:30pm
Cost: $3.75/person per game (including shoe rental)
Attire: Wearing white is encouraged but not required...just because it's fun!
Please contact Bir Kaur or Sevak Kaur with any questions.
Bana is a term used to describe the spiritual wear of one who practices Kundalini Yoga. Similar to reaching for your soccer shoes for a big game, wearing a nice dress for a night of dancing, or putting on a helmet when biking around town, we strive to present ourselves in a particular way for a particular occasion to help us perform at our optimal potential.
Those who practice Kundalini Yoga are encouraged, but not required to wear white for this reason. White is a combination of energies of all colors, therefore represents purity. It helps to expand your aura, neutrality, and keep negative energy from influencing you. Many students and teachers where white cotton, silk, or wool which all symbolize earth elements. Wearing a head covering or turban serves as a mode of protection for yourself, allowing one to access the crown chakra. You'll feel like royality and others will notice your Divinity. Plus, it just feels good to wear white! So next time you see a yogi wearing white, you'll know why and may even want to try it yourself on a rainy/sunny Portland day!