top of page

Kundalini Activation

Activate your life force energy with KAP

KAP stands for Kundalini Activation Process. It is a transmission of life energy and non-dual consciousness that activates the Kundalini awakening process.


KAP sessions allow us to awaken this Kundalini energy which is often dormant in each of us. Once activated a profound rewiring of the brain and nervous system takes place with continued exposure.


During a session, spontaneous movements may occur. Some see it as a cathartic experience or something that gives them profound realizations. But these are just some of the side effects that can occur.

During a KAP session

You lie down on a yoga mat, you close your eyes. Music is playing. I can touch or press certain meridian points on your body.

That's it. This is how a KAP session takes place seen from the outside.

What happens inside is a whole other story... ​


During a session you may feel the energy awakening and flowing in different ways.

Experiences that may happen:

Kinesthetic: spasms, involuntary movements, mudras, yoga positions, ...

Energetic: cold, hot, tingling, heavy feeling, yawning, ...

Emotional: laughter, tears, cries, state of deep well-being, joy, ...

Visual: bright lights, strobes, colours, images, visions, people, ... ​


By awakening your life force during KAP sessions, you can experience a clearing of blocked emotions and somatised traumas in your body. With continued exposure, KAP allows you to balance your energy centers and increase your ability to feel more.


Everyone will experience it in their own unique way; energy provides exactly what we need at the moment but also what we are ready to receive from it.


Here are some examples of what can happen.

  • emotional release and trauma healing,

  • healthier lifestyle choices (eating healthily, quitting alcohol, drugs and cigarettes, exercising more...),

  • increased intuition and awareness,

  • feeling of having a purpose in life,

  • deep transformation,

  • release of tension and stress in the body,

  • trust in life and surrender to the process of life,

  • rediscover your true self,

  • live more consciously and be more present,

  • feel energised,

  • ...

Bougie et collier avec pendentif
Photo d'Aurelie
Main et coquillage

Transmissions are one of the most powerful ways to empower yourself. It takes you right back to who you really are and you will remember what you deeply want.

Why KAP?

The transmission of KAP is different from any classic Kundalini practice and goes beyond just kundalini. It’s a descending life force where the energy enters from the top of the crown and works its way toward the root, and eventually activates the kundalini at the root chakras and starts to flow both ways. This creates a more powerful but gradual awakening process than most people have ever experienced and is often described as very natural.

Even though clients might go through deep healing and have strong experiences on a spiritual level, the focus in KAP is the embodiment of the spirit force and the shifts it brings in your consciousness. What matters is not what happens in a session, but the great shifts in your life after sessions.

Clients typically report having deep insights or realizations, strengthened intuition, shifts in perception of reality, more clarity, developed senses, a capacity to feel more deeply, deeper states of consciousness, a sense of purpose, deeper connection to themselves, living with a more open heart, inner knowing, bliss states, experiencing non-dual states or oneness…the list goes on.
It affects every aspect of their lives and results in them making lifestyle choices more suited for them, their health, and their life purpose.

The signature of the KAP lineage and the founder Venant Wong is that practitioners generally go through this awakening while also staying grounded and connected to their bodies and this world.

"You don't have to know anything about energy; you don't even have to believe in it. You just have to be open to the possibility that something bigger exists."

- Venant Wong

bottom of page