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Kundalini Bodywork Training School

Over 15 years experience in Kundalini Training, encompassing all facets of Bodywork, energywork and healing. 

Working towards assisting clients with activation, awakening and removing blockages that occur in the body through the following:

Energy Work


Body Psychoanalysis

Chakra work and clearing


Somatic Psychology

Trauma Work

And much more....


Body PsychoAnalysis

Somatics, Cognitive Neuroscience & Transcendigenics


Certification in Kundalini Massage & Accreditation with Association Membership


Learn Bioenergetics,  Chakra Diagnostics & a Full Body Massage Sequence.

Pressure Point Massage

Suitable for Yoga Teachers, Reiki Masters, Energy Healers, Therapists & Bodyworkers.


BioEnergetics, Body Psychoanalysis & Transcendigenics


Western awareness of the idea of Kundalini was strengthened by the psychoanalyst Carl Jung (1875-1961) Jung's seminar on Kundalini, presented to the Psychological Club in Zurich in 1932, has been widely regarded as a milestone in the psychological understanding of Eastern thought. Kundalini offered Jung a model for the development of higher consciousness, and he interpreted its symbols in terms of the process of individuation

Kundalini is a form of powerful energy located at the base of the spine, in the muladhara.

It is believed to be a force or power associated with the divine. 

This energy, when cultivated and awakened through practice, is believed to lead to spiritual liberation.

Kundalini derives its name from its focus upon the awakening of kundalini energy through the regular practice of MantraTantraYantraAsanas, Meditation and bodywork

When awakened, Kundalini is described as rising up from the muladhara chakra, through the central nadi (called sushumna) inside or alongside the spine reaching the top of the head. The progress of Kundalini through the different chakras is believed to achieve different levels of awakening and a mystical experience, until Kundalini finally reaches the top of the head, Sahasrara or crown chakra, producing an extremely profound transformation of consciousness.

The Kundalini Massage reverses the searchlights of intelligence, mind, and life force inward.

When awakened, the coiled way of the kundalini in the coccygeal plexus, and upward through the sacral, the lumbar, and the higher dorsal, cervical, and medullary plexuses, and the spiritual eye at the point between the eyebrows, to reveal finally the soul's presence in the highest center (Sahasrara) in the brain.

This work is a form of Spiritual and Energetic Psychotherapy. There is a powerful element to the bodywork which encompasses a way to allow you to see directly into the Depths of your soul and research into the Karmic elements which are blocking your energetics and stopping you from progressing in life. 

Kundalini Massage does not aim to awaken your Kundalini Energy - but rather to assist with removing blockages that are in the way of its movement and rising. 

Practitioner Training


The awakening of one's Kundalini is a byproduct of spiritual growth and takes place at higher spiritual levels.
The Kundalini is spiritual energy, which lies dormant, coiled at the base of the spine for an average person. Through spiritual practice it begins to rise from the base of the spine through the Central channel (Sushumna nadi) right to the top of the head. While it does so, the Kundalini awakens each of 7 chakras along the way.
Whatever the spiritual path, when there is spiritual growth the Kundalini rises. 

If there are blockages in the chakras, the Kundalini Energy moves at a different trajectory, rather than up the Sushumna channel and can cause unbalance in life. 

It is the task of Kundalini Massage to bring awareness to these areas of the body through psychoanalytic bodywork as well as through bioenergetics to assist in the straight movement of the energy of the body. The best way to do this is via talk therapy and bodywork (at the same time) to bring the unconscious to the conscious with the masseur as the guide to bring you to the ultimate awakening of your body, mind and spirit. 


Flowers and Hand

One on One Private Training

Custom training times to suit your schedule.

Orange Flower

5 Week Training

4-hour training time slot once

a week over 5 weeks. 

Flowers and Nails

4 Day Training

8 hour training over 3 days.

+ one 4 hour training day





Jung used the Kundalini system symbolically as a means of understanding the dynamic movement between conscious and unconscious processes. He cautioned that all forms of yoga, when used by Westerners, can be attempts at domination of the body and unconscious through the ideal of ascending into higher chakras.  According to Carl Jung "... the concept of Kundalini has for us only one use, that is, to describe our own experiences with the unconscious ..." 



Reich says that few of us experience a full Energetic Responce in life. A full release implies that one is in full possession of oneself first. That is in order to fully "loose" yourself you must first be fully embodied as a sovereign spiritual entity. But if we have been conditioned into repressing the best and the worst in us to fit into our parents/societal program there is no way that we are either going to be fully souled, fully sexed or even in touch with our shadow. And this is where the neurodetoxification of fossilized repression comes in as a method of soul and energy retrieval.


"A totality of response to any situation is unusual in our culture. We are all in too much conflict to surrender fully to any feeling." P.245 Alexander Lowen, Bioenergetics. As we evolve we need to honor our animal-responses in order to not become rigid, suppressive and enervated (loss of energy). Thus we need to deal with shock, fear, anger, stress and grief by skillful means to avoid the tendency toward cumulative neurotoxic repression.

The popularization of eastern spiritual practices has been associated with psychological problems in the west. Psychiatric literature notes that "since the influx of eastern spiritual practices and the rising popularity of meditation starting in the 1960s, many people have experienced a variety of psychological difficulties, either while engaged in intensive spiritual practice or spontaneously". Among the psychological difficulties associated with intensive spiritual practice we find "Kundalini awakening", "a complex physio-psychospiritual transformative process described in the yogic tradition". Researchers in the fields of Transpersonal psychology, and Near-death studies have described a complex pattern of sensory, motor, mental and affective symptoms associated with the concept of Kundalini, sometimes called the Kundalini syndrome.

Kundalini Massage and Psychoanalytic Bodywork assists with this process.