2019 Elements & Alchemy of Kundalini Yoga Therapy 

with Dr. Japa Kaur Khalsa, DOM 


When: July 19, 20, 21  2019 + August 23, 24, 25

Where: Kundalini Rising Yoga, Nashville

Cost: $950 early bird (paid in-full by June 20) - $1095 after

Elements and Alchemy of Kundalini Yoga is a segment in the 1,000 hour International Kundalini Yoga Therapy Professional Training and is open to all certified Kundalini Yoga teachers.

This is the course to take if you want to know how Kundalini Yoga works.

In this 6-day energetic training full of “Aha!” moments, you will discover, explore and experience how each unique element of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation works and how these form an alchemy of transformation.

What you will learn:
💧The 12 Main Paired Meridians + the 2 Single Meridians and their Function in Asana and Kriya
💧Meridians, Mantra and Movement as the Basis of Kriya
💧The Application of Drishti, Mudra, Asana, Bhanda, Pranayama and Mantra to Meridian Flow 
💧The Relationship of Asana and Bhanda to the 5 Main Prana Vayus, the Nadis and Chakras 
💧How to Chant a Mantra Correctly for the Fullest Experience
💧Your Practice becomes more fulfilling and effective. Your teaching becomes more precise and engaging

Foundations of Kundalini Yoga Therapy: Principles and Practices

March 12-15 2020


More and more students come to a Kundalini Yoga class wanting to fix something. 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 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. You’ll move from teaching like a Kundalini Yoga Teacher to teaching like a Kundalini Yoga Therapist.


Topics include:

 • The Kundalini Yoga Therapy Mandala
• The language of teaching Kundalini Yoga Therapeutically
• The differences between a yoga teacher, yoga therapist and yogic healer
• The Importance of Building Vitality for Change
• The Structure and Flow of a Kundalini Yoga Therapy Class 
• The psychology of health recovery
• How to include friends and family for support 
• A review of scientific research on yoga and meditation for health conditions
• Curriculum for group and private health recovery classes

Special attention is given to the personal development of the teacher to engender awareness, intuition, compassion, deep listening, sensitivity, humility, endurance and grace. Yoga teachers who are also health professionals find this training a useful adjunct to clinical practice.

The four day session meets the qualifications for 36contact hours for nurses, as required by the California Board of Registered Nurses; provider number CEP 13960. 30 continuing education credits available for certified yoga instructors through IKYTA. Attendance for full duration of four-day course is required to obtain certificate of completion.