Become a teacher!
Teaching Kundalini Yoga is more than just a profession. It’s a way of life. To choose a life as a teacher is to have a commitment to the ‘Self’; to work towards living in a positive state of joy, peace and contentment. When people see you smiling and walking tall, they will come to you. The power of your presence will uplift others and create positive change around you.
Becoming an instructor of Kundalini Yoga in times such as these, where people are suffering from stress, anxiety, mental health disorders and “dis-ease” from modern living, will give you the tools to help people immediately. The need for yoga has never been greater.
This 220 hour Kundalini Yoga course is run over eight months. There is one intake per year.
The Teaching Team
Balwant Kaur is a Lead Teacher Trainer and has been teaching Kundalini Yoga for over a decade. She comes from a corporate background, having worked in the IT industry for approximately 20 years. She believes that we have lost our connection with ourselves and our environment. Kundalini Yoga has helped her to go within, learning to balance life.
Siri Bhagvati Kaur (Billie Atherstone) started practicing yoga because she was searching for a practice that integrated the theories, concepts and knowledge of her health science studies into a direct experience. She started teaching yoga in 2003 and is a Professional Kundalini Teacher Trainer. She is also in the Yoga Therapy teaching faculty team with Dr Shanti Shanti Kaur. Her training in kundalini yoga, yoga therapy and in natural health and healing has given her the tools to meet people where they’re at and be able to help guide or simply create the space and awareness needed, to embark on the journey of discovering who they are.
GuruJivan is also a Lead Mentor Teacher Trainer of Kundalini Yoga in Australia. She studied directly under Yogi Bhajan, the Master of Kundalini Yoga, and has been teaching for the past 40 years. She spends much of each year guiding new students and mentoring new teachers so that more and more people will have the benefit of this magnificent technology in their lives.
Balwant Singh is an Associate Trainer and has been teaching Kundalini Yoga since 2012. After a career in IT he discovered Kundalini Yoga at White Tantric Yoga in 2010 and realised the benefits of this ancient technology. In 2014 he became a full-time Kundalini Yoga teacher. Balwant Singh has a love for the gong and sound healing and is a Gong Therapist. He feels privileged to be able to devote himself to bringing Kundalini Yoga to the community.
We will also be joined by support teachers at different times.
Kundalini House is responsible for enquiries and registration.