International Kundalini Yoga Therapy Professional Training
International Kundalini Yoga Therapy Professional Training
Professional Training – A Yogic Path In Health Care
“Within us lives the most calm, serene lake of wisdom, the most beautiful, powerful pond of kindness, compassion and clarity. Let us understand and let us dive into it within ourselves.” -Yogi Bhajan
Upcoming Courses in Millis. Visit grdcenter.org for all locations.
March 29-April 3 Enrolled Students Only: Clinical Applications of Kundalini Yoga Therapy for Immune System, Viral and Bacterial Conditions and most cancers
This deeply informative & experiential course is one of 14 in-person segments of the 1,000 hour International Kundalini Yoga Therapy Professional Training and is open to those fully enrolled in the program.
April 5-8, 2020 Journey of the Soul: Kundalini Yoga Therapy for Facing Death & Transforming Grief
When we cultivate our own relationship with death, we become free to live fully, fearlessly, and with joy. In these four days we will develop our capacity for presence. We will gain skill & understanding into the powerful yogic approach to facing death and transforming grief
Save the Dates: Sept 17-20,2020 Foundations of Kundalini Yoga Therapy: Principles and Practice
More and more students come to a Kundalini Yoga class wanting to address a health concern. Yet Level 1 Teacher Training prepares us to teach Kundalini Yoga to healthy people, not to those with a health condition. To address the needs of students with health conditions, in a group class, requires a different set of skills and a new way of thinking. Yogi Bhajan developed core Principles and Practices to teach Kundalini Yoga with a therapeutic approach. This 4 day intensive training teaches you his method. You’ll be introduced to the skills, language and pacing you need to teach Kundalini Yoga to people with health conditions safely and effectively
Save the Dates: Nov 5-8, 2020 Overcoming Cold Depression
Shanti Shanti Kaur Khalsa, PhD brings the ancient teachings of Kundalini Yoga into modern medicine. She has taught Kundalini Yoga since 1971 and began to teach people with chronic or life threatening illness in 1986, under the guidance of Yogi Bhajan. Dr. Khalsa directs the Guru Ram Das Center for Medicine & Humanology, founded to bring Kundalini Yoga and the teachings of Yogi Bhajan into healthcare. She is a Medical Family Therapist, Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500,and a KRI Certifi ed Kundalini Yoga mentoring lead trainer for Levels 1 and 2. Dr. Khalsa is a charter member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and served on the team that developed IAYT Educational Standards for Yoga Therapy Teacher Training. She directs the 3 year 1,000 hour International Kundalin Yoga Therapy Professional Training and provides continuing education for health professionals and yoga teachers. Her Kundalini Yoga program for people living with HIV is featured in the book, Yoga as Medicine by Timothy McCall, MD. And her groundbreaking work as a Kundalini Yoga Therapistis featured in the book, Yoga Therapy and Integrative Medicine: Where Ancient Science Meets Modern Medicine.
Hari Kirin Kaur Khalsa, MD, began in health care as a nurses’ aide in 1976. She became a registered nurse, and then a physician. She found Kundalini Yoga as her own stress reduction while working as a busy obstetrician gynecologist. She became a teacher of Kundalini Yoga in 2007 and began studying with Shanti Shanti Kaur in 2010. She became the director of Yoga at the Ashram in Millis in 2014. She participates as faculty at the University of Massachusetts Medical School as well as in the accredited International Kundalini Yoga Therapy Professional Training provided by the Guru Ram Das Center for Medicine and Humanology in New Mexico. She and her husband, author Peter Gray, live in Millis, where they play at gardening, kayaking and walks in the woods.
International Kundalini Yoga Therapy Professional Training Overview
There are 13 in-person segments and 7 online segments in the 1,000 hour International Kundalini Yoga Therapy Professional Training. The training is fully integrated and the in-person segments are in a sequential order.
The first 3 in-person segments are focused on shifting from being a Kundalini Yoga teacher to becoming a Kundalini Yoga Therapist. They are primarily yoga-focused and take the trainee deep into the consciousness of Kundalini Yoga as Therapy. They are extremely useful for Kundalini Yoga teachers who are in the integrative healing arts. The subsequent in-person segments are assessment- and application-focused and take the trainee deep into clinical practice of Kundalini Yoga as therapy.
Any Kundalini Yoga teacher can take 5 in-person segments in any order without enrolling in, or committing to, the full training. After that, trainees must apply to and be accepted into the full program so that they may benefit from supervision and the integrated process of developing skills, sensitivity, experience and consciousness over the 3 year, 1,000 hour training.
All the online segments are open to any Kundalini Yoga teacher whether they enroll in the full training or not. For online course information visit http://www.grdcenter.org/courses.php .
Courses are posted on our website 3-5 months before start date. For all course locations and to register, visit http://www.grdcenter.org/courses.php.
For an exciting invitation and to learn more, visit: http://kundaliniyogatherapy.training/school-info/
I am thrilled to be a friend, supporter, and yoga therapy student in this mission, which will revolutionize health care. Don’t hesitate to call me with questions about attending the segments in Millis. Hari Kirin Kaur Khalsa, MD Director, Yoga at the Ashram 508-376-4525 Read Hari Kirin’s Blog: Prescription: Kundalini Yoga Therapy
To apply for the 1000 hour training call the Guru Ram Das Center for Medicine & Humanology at (505) 753-4692