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International Kundalini Yoga Therapy Professional Training

Professional Training – A Yogic Path In Health Care

Become a Certified Kundalini Yoga Therapist

“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 for all locations.

Hari Kirin Khalsa, MD, C-IAYT, started in health care as a nurse’s aide in 1976, becoming a registered nurse in 1982 and a physician in 1993.  She found kundalini yoga in 2003, for her own stress reduction as a busy obstetrician/gynecologist.  From there she became a kundalini yoga teacher, going on to study yoga therapy while also coming on board as faculty with the Guru Ram Das Center for Medicine & Humanology.  She serves as volunteer faculty for the University of Massachusetts Medical School.    Her mission is to champion people into their unique inner strength, via awareness and lifestyle change.

Foundations of Kundalini Yoga Therapy: Principles and Practices 

International Kundalini Yoga Therapy Professional Training

Open to all Kundalini Yoga Teachers

Teaching Kundalini Yoga to people with health conditions

Level 1 Kundalini Yoga Teacher training prepares us to teach people who are healthy. A separate set of skills is required to teach people with health conditions. This training gives Kundalini Yoga teachers the foundation we need to begin to develop those skills and to deepen and expand the application of yogic philosophy, technique and habits of conscious living toward health recovery.

We will learn how to identify and meet the student at their starting point, mobilize inner resources, understand and work with the process of change. We will explore the unique structure of a therapeutic Kundalini Yoga class and the layering model of teaching Kundalini Yoga to people with health conditions. Fifteen principles of teaching Kundalini Yoga as a therapeutic intervention are detailed. The psychology of health recovery and the role of family and friends are addressed.

Experience the differences between a yoga teacher, yogic healer, and a yoga therapist and the specific language of each.

Special attention is given to the personal development to engender awareness, strength and subtlety of the sensory system, intuition, compassion, deep listening, sensitivity, humility, endurance, radiance and grace.

A six week Kundalini Yoga curriculum for a mixed conditions group class are included.

Foundations of Kundalini Yoga Therapy: Principles and Practices is the 1st of 14 in-person segments of the 1,000 hour International Kundalini Yoga Therapy Professional Training and is open to Kundalini Yoga Therapists in training and Kundalini Yoga teachers. Those Kundalini Yoga teachers who are in the integrative healing arts find this training especially useful.

Continuing Education units for yoga teachers through IKYTA. Attendance for full duration is required to obtain certificate of completion.

The GRDC Foundations of Kundalini Yoga Therapy: Principles and Practices will be held remotely on September 10-13, from 12-4 pm led by Hari Kirin Khalsa, M.D. We will also be offering the Ad Such Meditation Day 3, Sat. Sept 12, 1:30 pm-5:30 pm as an additional event open to the public. The 2.5 hour meditation is cushioned on either end with warmups, instruction, guided deep relaxation and emerge with talking to each other.

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