Yoga Background

I began practicing yoga and meditation in a Catholic high school in NYC in 1970. Several years later I met Yogi Bhajan,* who brought Kundalini Yoga to the US. I studied and corresponded with him until his passing. He gave me the name, Hari Kirin — Hari is the Creative Feminine aspect of God and Kirin is a focused beam of light that can cut through the darkness.

I find Kundalini Yoga and Meditation deeply satisfying. The practice is as helpful to me now in my fifties as it was in my twenties (and thirties & forties). The teachings are deep and varied and although I study and practice daily, I still find it fresh, uplifting and surprising. I am also inspired by varied readings and study in Zen & Wabi- Sabi, Tibetan Buddhism, the Gospels and the writings of mystics both east and west.

I have been teaching Kundalini Yoga for twenty-five years and am a KRI Certified Lead Teacher Trainer, which means I train students to become yoga teachers. I teach at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Omega Institute, the Antrim Girls Shelter, and at Kundalini Art and Yoga at the Union Mill in Peterborough, NH.

“…my treasures are those souls You have linked with mine.”
St. Therese of Lisisux