The Guru Ram Das Center has begun cooperative conversations to conduct scientific research on the Kundalini Yoga Therapy Protocols being taught by the Ukrainian teachers we’re training.
Guru Ram Das Center board member, Sat Bir Singh Khalsa, PhD, is working closely with his counterparts at the G.S. Kostiuk Institute of Psychology of the National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine to develop research models that document the outcomes of each trauma responsive protocol that our teachers bring into military settings.
This effort is the first of its kind.
By this time next year we may have valuable data that measures the effects of Kundalini Yoga Therapy for each of the specific military populations Ukrainian Kundalini Yoga teachers are serving: Rehabilitation, Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury, Women and Children Affected by War, and Amputees.
Your donation of any size supports the Resourcing Ukrainian Resilience initiative and ensures that groundbreaking trauma responsive Kundalini Yoga reaches those impacted by the war to restore stability, endurance & resilience.
With carefully designed research methods, we look to clear and constructive data to both document Kundalini Yoga therapeutic benefits in each of the populations being served, and to help us further refine these already effective protocols.
With this research, your gift has meaningful impact that reaches beyond the military. The more the effectiveness of Kundalini Yoga Therapy is scientifically demonstrated, the closer we are to serving in broader settings, including Ukrainian medical and educational communities.
Thank you for believing in the transformative power of Kundalini Yoga Therapy. Together, we are helping the Ukrainian Kundalini Yoga teachers repair lives.
Shanti Shanti Kaur
& the Guru Ram Das Center Team
With the huge and urgent need for therapeutic protocols, the scope of Resourcing Ukrainian Resilience is shaping up to be a three-to-five year initiative as we offer continued training and ongoing support.