Kundalini Yoga Academy & Me
Wherever the mind moves, whether outwards or inwards, God pervades everything, so where else could the mind go?
Lead Trainer - Clemens Biedrawa
Clemens Biedrawa is a dedicated Yoga practitioner and teacher.
He Started to practice Meditation when he was 16 Years old. He graduated from a technical university but then started to approach Yoga more intensely. He completed many different trainings in Yoga. He learned Kundalini Yoga following the lineage of Bhajan in Europe and Swami Stayananda in India. He also accomplished a RYT 500 hours training in Hatha Yoga from Swami Vidyanand and the master Sanjeev Pandey. In the year 2017 he started to train teachers in Hatha and Kundalini Yoga.
Clemens founded the Matsya Kundalini Yoga Academy... If you ask yourself why it is a fish? This is because the fish is innocent, it is pure being. And wherever there is pure being, the heart is close by...
Yogaji - Studio
Our studio is in the 2nd district in the center of Vienna. We have a beautiful Yoga room and all facilities one needs for daily live. We have one well equipped Kitchen, one bath room, two toilets and a changing room. One living room and two sleeping rooms.
The students who join the workshops or trainings can stay at our studio at the time of the training. We have no additional fee for this. Once at the studio the students are free to join all studio classes.
“When the worldly wisdom is destroyed, Pratyagatman that is in the Space of the heart obtains Vijnana (true consciousness), diffusing itself everywhere and burns in an instant the illusions of Jnanamaya and Manomaya. After this, He himself shines always within, like a light within a vessel.”
- Kundalini Yoga Upanishad -
“Remaining in the midst of the family, always doing the duties of the house-holder, he who is free from merits and demerits, and has restrained his senses, attain s salvation. The householder practicing Yoga is not touched by sins, if to protect mankind he does any sin, he is not polluted by it.”
- Shiva Samhita -
“In everyday life, when one hears oneself saying phrases like ‘I am…’ or ‘this is mine’, seize the opportunity to inquire into what these words refer to. The mind tries to find a referent, but it cannot. Impelled toward the truth by this meditative contemplation, one becomes peaceful.”
- Vijnana Bhiarava Tantra -