KRI Level 1 Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training is an interactive course in the theory, practice, and basic skills of a Kundalini Yoga instructor, it includes:
- 160 hours of online classroom & at home instruction
- 40 hours of independent study
- 40-day Meditation & 40-day Sadhana
Whether you want to teach yoga or not, you will gain many personal skills to help keep you mentally and emotionally balanced, and ready to face whatever comes your way.
Join Lead Trainer, Krishna Kaur, for our upcoming Online Level 1 Teacher Training Course. Krishna’s heartfelt approach and daily presence signals her commitment to you becoming a Kundalini Yoga Teacher with resilience, compassion and joy.
This course features a roster of incredible guest presenters on specialized topics, and an experienced training team to help support you through this process. There is much to learn as you journey toward becoming “The Possible Human”. Now is good!
Feel free to give me a call at (323) 931-5040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info about the course. Join me for an online orientation sessions to get a sense of what is expected, answer your questions, and get a sense for why these teachings are so important – especially in today’s climate.
Orientation and Online Platform Introduction: July 24th (time to be determined)
Open Q&A: July 24th (time to be determined)
- Early Bird Price: $3,250 before May 20th
- Special Deal: $3,450 before June 17th
- Standard Registration: $3,750
The 6 Principle Components of the KRI Level 1 Program:
- Kriya and Meditation: The foundation of Kundalini Yoga
The theory and practice of Kundalini Yoga kriyas (yoga sets), asanas, and mudras. Explore the nature of the mind and its training through Kundalini Yoga meditations, mantras, and pranayam (breathing techniques).
- Humanology and Philosophy: The Lifestyle of a Kundalini Yoga Teacher
The history and tradition of Kundalini Yoga, as well as the underlying philosophy behind all yogic practices. The technologies of Kundalini Yoga as they apply to healing and humanology (the science of daily living), including diet, nutrition, and relationships.
- Anatomy & Physiology: Essentials of Yogic and Functional Anatomy
Traditional Western anatomy, its purpose and function, including the respiratory, nervous, immune, musculoskeletal, circulatory, endocrine, and digestive systems and their relation to the practice and teaching of yoga. Also Yogic anatomy and the energy systems of the body including the chakras, nadis, pranas and vayus, and the ten yogic bodies.
- Consciousness of a Teacher: Virtues and Values of Living in the Golden Chain
The skills and techniques to become an effective instructor, including practical strategies for teaching beginners, ethical guidelines, curriculum development, and the transformational role of the teacher in developing a successful yoga practice.
- The Master’s Touch: Cultivating a Connection to the Master
- The Practicum: Teaching from Day One
Practical experience instructing a yoga class under the supervision of a KRI Yoga Teacher Trainer, receiving written evaluation and student feedback.
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