... because it makes me happy

Your training for joy, strength und well-being

Kundalini Yoga is a millennia old indian science focused on helping us align our body with our mind and our soul. A finely balanced system of techniques allows us to discover and build up our inner ressources.

Not only do we heal and strengthen our body, making it more mobile and tougher in the process, but we simultaneously cultivate inner peace, concentration and serenity.
Capabilities that effectively prepare us to face the many challenges of everyday life. Yet, what is most amazing about Kundalini Yoga is that you’ll feel the positive effect immediately. Right after your first class you’ll be all smiles, walking home brimming with good energy.

All the while, Kundalini Yoga is really for everyone, regardless of whether you are a complete beginner or already advanced, whether you are young or old, man or woman, whether you are hyper flexible or stiff as a board. Give yourself a chance to experience the power of Kundalini Yoga.

Make yourself so happy that when others see you, you become happy yourself.

Yogi Bhajan

About me

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Über Mich

Welcome at Jay Yoga, I’m Jeannette. Great to have you here!

I still vividly remember my first ever class of Kundalini Yoga. That was almost two decades ago now. I had just herniated a disk for the second time and I really had to do something about my back. While I already had had the odd experience with yoga, Kundalini Yoga turned out to be a whole new ball game. The moment I walked out of that first class I knew right away: This will accompany me for the rest of my life.

A lot has happened since then. I became a yoga teacher for children and adults, gave birth to my wonderful twins, and opened a successful business (some may know me as the head of the Pano - Brot und Kaffee in Garmisch). I kept experimenting with different styles of yoga—though none came ever close to Kundalini for me—mastered the many smaller and larger crises of life, and—not all to too surprising maybe—I never had any trouble with my back again.

Yet, more important than the ‚what’ is certainly the ‚how’, because:

Regardless, whether everything is going completely my way for once or whether the whole world has seemingly turned against me, Kundalini Yoga taught me to keep my heart open and to stay positive, to fight hate with love and to trust in my own capabilities. It’s getting ever easier to love and accept my self the way I am, and to bring the same openess to my relations with others. And instead of despairing in the face of adversities I can now recognize them as opportunities to grow. In brief: Kundalini Yoga makes me happy.

I’d like to share that with you.

Why I teach Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga is a path of self discovery. It’s an amazing technology—actually the best in my eyes—for getting to know ourselves and learning to live consciously. Even after years of practice I still learn something new about myself every day. And the only thing that actualy beats daily practice for that purpose is... teaching it. As Yogi Bhajan used to say: „If you want to master something, teach it.“

One reason, thus, for why I enjoy teaching Kundalini so much is frankly that I am the one who is learning the most while doing it. And yet, what I love even more about teaching is the ability to share what makes me happy. To see how the life of a student is slowing turning to the better, how students gain strength and courage and leave a class brimming with good energy... That’s one of the most beautiful feelings I know.

Step by step and day by day we get to know ourselves a little bit better through our practice. We begin to see through the patterns that govern our perception of the world, our thinking and acting. Only then we learn to break through them and to dissolve them consciously. We begin to live consciously. Or, in other words, we do more of what makes us happy.

If you would like to learn more about my personal yoga philosophy, follow this link to an interview with the extraordinary Gurmukh Kaur Kalsa. Gurmukh is special role model for me.

What can you expect in class?

Kundalini Yoga is more dynamic form of Hatha Yoga. Despite having been taught in India for millennia, it was only about 40 years ago that Yogi Bhajan introduced it to the Western world. The goal of Kundalini Yoga is to awaken and strengthen the Kundalini energy, the life energy of the practitioner, to stir it up and develop it.

According to the teachings of Yogi Bjahan Kundalini Yoga is an all-encompassing science of body, mind and soul, whose practice focuses on enhancing these three aspects of being human together. After all, these aspects aren’t existing in us in isolation, so it is also only sensible to exercise them all together.

That’s why in every class we practice a full range of carefully blended technics aimed at developing the whole human being, including Asanas (body work), Pranayama (breathing exercises) and Dhyana (different meditation technics). During the meditations we also work with Mantras and Mudras. The former are short melodies or sound patterns that are chanted or repeated innerly. Mudras are symbolic gestures. Both help us to attain and maintain a meditative state of mind. They also make the often quite short meditations of Kundalini Yoga especially accessible for beginners.

It is precisely the fact that in Kundalini Yoga we always strive to take care of our body, mind and soul in all that make it such an incredible effective recipe for happyness.

My understanding of kundalini yoga is well reflected in the interview with Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa


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Stundenplan, Preise & Infos

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Please bring the following to your class:

  • Mat
  • Blanket
  • warm Socks
  • Drinking water
  • bright clothes made of natural fibers if possible


The price per our is 14 €

A private lesson (1,5h) is 50 €


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Jeannette Reupsch

Am Kurpark 26
82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen


+49 (0) 1739307166

Hotel Staudacherhof

Höllentalstraße 48
82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen



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