Kundalini Yoga in the Loop 

(312) 922-4699 - Fine Arts Building - 410 S Michigan Ave
Suite 514 - Chicago, IL 60605 - info@shaktakaur.com


The Six Components of Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training

Kriya and Meditation: The foundation of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan®
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, 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
Connect with Yogi Bhajan through DVD classes and study.

Teaching from Day One
Practical experience instructing various aspects of a Kundalini yoga class begin almost as soon as we get together!  Your first assignment is to become a teacher to yourself ... whether or not you ever teach a public Kundalini Yoga class.  And, along the way our Teacher Trainers help with both oral and written evaluations of your teaching.  Your fellow teachers-in-training offer important peer feedback, too.