Kundalini Rising Yoga Policies


CLASS PASSES

Class passes are an opportunity for the committed yogi to take advantage of a discount when they choose to

attend classes on a regular basis. Please make note of the expiration dates and honor them to the best of your

ability. Only in special circumstances are class passes extended. Please email Crystelle@KundaliniRisingYoga.net

with your inquiries. 


YOGA MATS

For your convenience, we do offer yoga mats for you to borrow should you forget yours, or you're trying out a yoga

class for the first time. It is ideal to bring your own yoga mat as we have a limited supply for the above listed

circumstances. If you are attending a special event or workshop, it is especially important to bring your own mat, 

cushion, blanket, and whatever else you may require  as we generally do run low on our supply during special events.


Class passes, class series, unlimiteds, and special events are non-refundable and non-transferable. 


All payments and retail sales are non-refundable.


Schedule and prices are subject to change or cancellation without notice. Please check our schedule

regularly as well as our Facebook for immediate updates. We do as best as humanly possible to keep

you up to date  with changes to the schedule. 


Please subscribe to our newsletter. On rare occasions, a regularly scheduled class will be replaced by a special workshop 

or guest teacher. The best way to receive communication about about this in advance is to subscribe and read our

newsletter.


Cancellation/Refund Policy: Unless otherwise specified, a full refund (minus bank fees) will be offered upon request,  

if a notice of at least 48  hours prior to the special class/workshop/sound healing, etc has been given.  No refunds will

be given for cancellations after the 48 hour deadline. Transfers may be requested within one week of event, and must be

utilized within 60 days of transfer.


Please direct all studio-related inquiries to: Crystelle@KundaliniRisingYoga.net










FAQ's:


Q: "Are reservations required to attend classes?"

All of our classes are drop-in. This means: come take a class whenever it suits your schedule! There is no need to call or register unless you want to attend a special workshop, and then it's a great idea to reserve your space. Otherwise, we do not take reservations. This includes those who have purchased a Groupon.




Q: "Do I need  to begin with the Intro class?"

That is totally up to you! It is there for you if you feel like you want a more basic introduction to Kundalini Yoga, however all Kundalini Yoga classes are designed for beginners and advanced alike. 

Drop-in to any class anytime. You never need a reservation to attend a regularly scheduled class. 





Q: "Do I need  to bring my own yoga mat to class?"


You  are encouraged to bring your own yoga mat, however, we do have a few mats that we loan out in case you forget yours, or do not yet own a mat.





Q: "In the Pay it Forward Prosperity Project, do I have to give to receive, or can I just enter to receive?"


You are free to do as you wish. Maybe you're experiencing a tight budget this month, and need a little help.

Perhaps next month, or next year, you can can pay it forward. Listen to your heart.






Q: "I am a yoga teacher and would like to offer a workshop, or teach at Kundalini Rising. Are you hiring?"


We are always enthusiastic about offering teachers an opportunity to share the technology of Kundalini Yoga, or other modalities that are in clear alignment with Kundalini.  Please note that that we hire from within the community, so if you are called to be a part of our community, please make it a point to come into the space, practice with us, and meet and get to know us personally.


You can mail Crystelle@kundalinirisingyoga.net with questions, or possibly set up a time to meet. 



Q: "I noticed that many Kundalini yogis wear white. Is this required?"


No, it is definitely not required. Teachers will be outfitted in white, and some students, too, but you will fit in and be welcomed regardless of the color of your clothing. Wearing the color white is considered color therapy and is a large part of the science and technology of Kundalini Yoga.


It is a tool that:

• Adds at least one foot to your Aura
• Deflects negative energy
• Deflects others projections
• Elevates your mood

• Heightens consciousnesses and awareness of your surroundings

• 'Puts it all out there’ and can be a tool to increase your self acceptance

• Demands that the other person deals with you at a higher level


The most important thing is that you are comfortable. You might want jump right in and wear white , or you may feel most comfortable starting out slowly, easing in by adding a few pieces here and there. Teachers will be outfitted in white, and some students, too, but you will fit in and be welcomed regardless of the color of your clothing!


“The color white presents the seven colors. Cotton is the flower of the earth. It is good for your psyche, for your energy, and for your nervous system. Your way of dressing should be saintly and make you glow with Grace. You should look like a sage and a prince or princess of peace and divinity. All the colors are in the white light. You can absorb (from the white light) just the frequencies you need regardless of who you are because all the frequencies are in it. The most difficult thing on this planet is to wear white top to bottom; but it is also the greatest therapy.” -Yogi Bhajan