Upcoming Trainings:

  • September 9, 2017 - June 3, 2018
    The Aquarian Teacher: Level One Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training

    September 9 & 10, October 7, 8 & 9, November 3, 4 & 5, December 2 & 3,2017,  January 6 & 7, February 3 & 4, March 3 & 4, April 14 & 15, May 5 & 6 and June 2 & 3, 2018

    With Hari Kirin Kaur, Sahej Kaur & Ajeet Kaur
    Village Yoga in Marstons Mills on Cape Cod, Massachusetts

    For students of all schools of yoga, yoga teachers, and everyone seeking to deepen their yogic experience and knowledge. Whether you plan to teach classes or just want to delve deeply into Kundalini Yoga for your own practice, Kundalini Research Institute’s Level One teacher training certification program in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan provides the information and confidence you need to build a peaceful and creative life through yoga.

    Kundalini Yoga uses postures, breathing techniques, mantra, and meditation in sets that are specific and effective. With Level One certification, you become a Kundalini Yoga instructor, learning these ancient techniques and developing the skills to teach others.

    This course fulfills the Yoga Alliance's 220 hour (RYT). In addition to the 180 hours at Village Yoga, for certification you must attend 20 Kundalini yoga classes and a White Tantric Yoga Course

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      Early Discount: Pre-registration and full payment by August 9, 2017 only $3,300.

    *Includes the cost of 3 textbooks, IKYTA membership and KRI certification ( $500).

  • October 29, 2017 - November 3, 2017
    Sacred Art and Yoga Teacher Training

    with Hari Kirin Kaur and Krupa Jhaveri
    at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Lenox, MA, USA

    For yoga teachers, artists, healers, therapists, and everyone interested in the healing power of yoga and art.

    Learn to facilitate art and yoga as complementary practices. If you are a yoga teacher, come explore creative-arts exercises to deepen your students’ experience. If you work in the arts, discover simple yoga techniques to enhance creative focus and flow.

    Develop your approach to art and yoga through experience and practice as you learn to
       • Combine movement, sound, and writing with art and Yoga
       • Work effectively with images, difficult emotions, relationships, and physical challenges
       • Tailor formats to individuals and groups in a safe, sacred space
       • Work with natural and traditional media including henna, kolam (ground pigment drawings), water-based paints, and recycled paper beads.

    The art exercises you learn here can be used with any style of yoga, meditation, or healing.You will return home with a hand made mala, henna and hand embroidered Kolum cloth from India. We will practice Kundalini Yoga in this training, no prior experience with Kundalini Yoga required.

    $440. plus room and board. Tuition includes all art supplies, a hand embroidered kolum cloth, henna, supplies for malas and training supplement to Hari Kirin Kaur Khalsa’s book, Art & Yoga: Kundalini Awakening in Everyday Life. Please bring a copy of the book to the program or purchase one in the Kripalu Shop.

    Hari Kirin Kaur Khalsa, MA, MFA, author of the best-selling Art & Yoga: Kundalini Awakening in Everyday Life, has been featured in Yoga Journal, Yoga International, and Spirituality & Health magazines as an expert on yoga and creativity. A teacher, artist, and lead trainer of 200- and 500-hour Kundalini Yoga certifications, she holds master’s degrees in creative-arts therapies and fine art. She has been a lecturer at Boston University, Marlboro College, Hofstra University, Smith College, and Maine College of Art. She studied directly with Yogi Bhajan, who brought Kundalini Yoga to the West and is a member of the 3HO Board of Directors.

    Krupa Jhaveri, MPS, is an international art therapist, art director, artist, and founder of Sankalpa: Art Journeys, based in Auroville, south India, facilitating original self-expression and art as a bridge between village youth and women and the international community. Trained at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, Krupa has experience with children and women with HIV/AIDS, child protection, trauma-informed art therapy, cross-cultural social justice work, and community art. She was born in the United States of Indian ethnic origin, and specializes in the meditative and therapeutic experience of traditional Indian art forms. Krupa has given recent presentations in the United States, China, Hong Kong, and India.

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  • December 10, 2017 -
    An Experiential Introduction to Kundalini Yoga

    December 10, 2017 - 9:45am to 1pm

    Keene Yoga Center, 80 Roxbury St., Keene NH (603) 354-3159

    Kundalini Yoga is an ancient and powerful form of yoga accessible to everyone. Through movement, postures, breathing exercises and mantra, Kundalini Yoga awakens the body’s natural healing power, releases stress, and deepens meditation. The presentation will start with a short lecture on Kundalini yoga, it’s history, design and structure. Then we will experience the practice and end with tea and a question and answer session. Please wear comfortable loose or stretchy clothing and do not eat for 1.5 hours before class.

    Link to register

  • December 29, 2017 - January 1, 2018
    Kundalini Yoga, Painting, and Movement with Live Music

    with Hari Kirin Khalsa and Siri Gopal/ Kristi Williamson

    For all levels, including beginners in yoga and/or art.

    Spend New Year’s weekend engaged in a dynamic blend of yoga, meditation, movement, and painting. This contemplative combination helps you free your creativity, tap into intuition, release stress, and move into 2018 with new resources and awareness.

    Each session of this retreat begins with Kundalini Yoga, a potent form of yoga accessible to everyone. Movement, postures, breathing exercises, and meditation awaken the body’s natural healing power, release stress patterns, and enable you to express your soul’s images with ease. Some sessions are accompanied by Siri Gopal’s live kirtan music to enhance relaxation and creative energy.

    Hari Kirin and Siri Gopal expertly guide you to access inner worlds, opening to subtle realms of healing and creativity. Return home with a meaningful New Year’s painting, personalized yoga routine, and meditations for home practice.

    Link to Register and for additional Information:

  • To learn more about Hari Kirin and the courses she offers at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, please click here.

    Student Comments about Art And Yoga Class at Kirpalu

    • Integration of yoga and art was seamlessly melded into an experience of growth. Sense of trust, compassion and loving kindness fostered. Our presenter-very genuine...a quick study, able to think on her feet and respond to the needs of the group- profoundly sensitive and tuned in." —Annaliese, professor, Amherst, MA, Previous course participant
    • Hari Kirin "created a safe place to be vunerable and accepting of all participants…excellent class design and execution suburb." —Lynn, artist / writer, Greenwich CT
    • "This course helped keep me strong in the face of very difficult family circumstances and encouraged me to continue along the artistic path I have found myself traveling for a couple of years. It taught me how to listen to myself and others more patiently and compassionately. …Now I feel I have a new repertoire of skills and images to mentor the present hour whatever it holds." —Emily, mother, poet and fiber artist
    • "The Art really helped me to see that I am not necessarily the uncreative person I thought I was!" —Gina, mother
    • "This practice opened me to a new way of practicing yoga, which I would love to continue. The studio time was both, a challenge and a pleasure-new territory for someone who doesn't 'create' in this way. You opened so many doors, and have illuminated a path I'm very grateful to be set upon." —Katrina, writer and editor.
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