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Upcoming Courses
Overcoming Cold Depression
Date: 03/19/2015
Hamburg, Germany

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Foundations: Principles and Practices of Kundalini Yoga Therapy
Date: 03/25/2015
Goettingen, Germany

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"Thank you for a challenging and rewarding 4 days of training. I'm so glad you are sharing your experience and knowledge in this way."

– D.C., Philadelphia, PA

Founded as a non-profit organization by Yogi Bhajan, the long-term mission of the Guru Ram Das Center for Medicine & Humanology is to bring the techniques of Kundalini Yoga as a treatment modality into the health care field, just as other methods—such as acupuncture and chiropractic services—have been integrated in the recent past. Read more here >

Introducing the first three courses in the 1,000 hour International Kundalini Yoga Therapy Professional Training. These courses are open to Kundalini Yoga Therapists in training and Kundalini Yoga teachers. Those Kundalini Yoga teachers who are in the integrative healing arts will find these courses especially useful. For more information, contact Ravi Har Kaur via email or call (505) 753-4692

Professional Training Segment — Foundations: Principles and Practices of Kundalini Yoga Therapy

May 14 - 17, 2015
Los Angeles, California

Teaching Kundalini Yoga to people with health conditions

Level 1 Kundalini Yoga Teacher training prepares us to teach to people who are healthy. A separate set of skills is required to teach to 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. Yogi Bhajan’s 15 principles of teaching Kundalini Yoga as a therapeutic intervention are detailed and 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.

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Professional Training Segment — Origins and Identity of Kundalini Yoga as Therapy

June 29 - July 2, 2015
Española, New Mexico

The historic origins of Kundalini Yoga give us an understanding of the source of illness and the pathway of health recovery as self-discovery. In this 4 day training you will:

  1. Move from Chitta to Guna to Tattwas to 10 bodies, from thought frequency to karma, from Purusha and Prakirti, from Dukh to Sukh as we discover the meaning and impact of each of these states of being on our consciousness and on the body we have in this incarnation.
  2. Identify and resolve inner conflict through the transformative understanding of the Bhagavad Gita, Patanjali’s Sutras and the 5 Sutras of the Aquarian Age.
  3. Gain a deeper understanding of the meaning, purpose and practical application of these ancient principles to healing and health recovery.
  4. Explore your Identity as a Kundalini Yoga Teacher, Kundalini Yoga Therapist and Yogic Healer.
  5. Deepen your relationship to your Radiant, Subtle and Pranic bodies as manifestation of the Guru’s presence through your unique being.
  6. Establish your stillness, frequency and presence.

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Professional Training Segment — The Elements and Alchemy of Kundalini Yoga

September 8 - 13, 2015
Los Angeles, California

Discover, explore and experience how each unique element of Kundalini Yoga and meditation practice works and how these elements together form an alchemy of transformation.

  • Mantra and movement as the basis of health recovery
  • The role and application of Kundalini Yoga technologies: drishti, mudra, bhanda, pranayama, mantra, asana, kriya, meditation and bhavana.
  • How each of these technologies impact the five main prana vayus, the nadis, chakras, tattwas, gunas, and each the 10 bodies.
  • Meridians and fascia and their function in asana and kriya.
  • Asana, bhanda, mudra, drishti, mantra, pranayam and kriya in relationship to meridian flow and function.
  • The synergistic effects of Kundalini Yoga and meditation technologies and their application to health recovery.
  • The impact of thought and belief on health recovery including hope, development of habits and penetrating the influence of karmas and samskaras

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