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  Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan  

Kundalini is a Raj yoga. Linking breath to sound through postures and movements is a central aspect of Kundalini Yoga. Kundalini Yoga is based on kriyas (specially formulated sets of exercises) which allows you to target specific benefits and work on those specific aspects of yourself - body parts/systems/functions, mental, emotional aspects - and active meditations using muddras, body locks and sound.

As a consequence it increases oxygen capacity, boosts blood flow, balances the Glandular System, strengthens the Nervous System, and reduces stress-induced toxins such as Adrenaline and Cortisol. The effect is a heightened self-awareness and vitality that allows you to harness mental and emotional energy. Individuals feel more in control of themselves, with enhanced peace of mind, concentration, and a deep inner calm and self-confidence.

No matter what someone’s age or physical capacity is, Kundalini yoga and meditation can have immediate benefits. Any amount of time spent practicing – whether three minutes or an hour a day – produces significant effects, and in return, motivates individuals to dedicate more time to its’ practice.



When you can't do an asana,
props are here to help you.

Meditations can be silent or using mantras, still or active, incorporating mudras, locks, tongue, eyes...and breath.


Pranayam is a central tool. It can be used as such or during an asana.

  Yin yoga  

Yin yoga creates a deep tissue relaxation work by holding poses up to 4 minutes. The immediate effect is an action on the connective tissues which are getting thicker with time, reducing our flexibility. By holding the positions we stretch those tissues, activating the circulation of fluids. A sensation of heat occures after holding the posture in which you have literaly sunk as you need to totally relax your muscles. At the end of the session you will have a feeling of space in your body and mind. We use yin classes as a support to Kundalini classes. It will help those of you with stiff back and hips to open up and be able to access kundalini sets and meditations more deeply.




Public classes Schedule
Last update: January 2014


12:00 - 13:00



9:30 - 10:45



11:00 - 12:30

19:30 - 20:45
19:30 - 20:45






- Classes are by registration only.
- Last minute cancellation will be counted.


- Sunday and Thursday classes are run at Om Vedic Heritage Center, 43 Tessensohn Road (Farrer Park MRT). http://www.omvedicheritage.com.sg

- Tuesday evening and lunch classes are run at Basic Essence, 501 Bukit Timah rd, #04-04 Cluny Court (Botanical MRT).www.basicessence.com

Om Vedic Heritage Center

Om Vedic - Basic Essence


Public Class Fees
Single Drop-In Class $35

5 classes pass, valid 2 months


10 classes, valid 4 months


20 classes, valid 4 months
20 classes pass is open to student following 2 classes in a row.


Private Class Fees
1-2 single class 120 10 classes $ 1000
3-6 single class 150 10 classes $ 1200
7-10 single class 170 10 classes $ 1500
10-20 single class 200 10 classes $ 1800
Prices can be majorate according to transport fee if class is hold at the student place.


We are equiped with bolsters, blocks, straps and mats but we suggest that you bring a water bottle and small towel of your own and your own mat if possible. Preferably wear comfortable clothes, clear colors.


March 2013

April 2013

July 2013
October 2013



EU Festival
Sangat camp



2-10 Aug

10-15 Aug

Asia Festival

15-20 October




Kundalini Yoga
as taught by Yogi Bhajan


The complete training for KRI Level 1 (Instructor) consists of 200 hours of instruction, personal practice and yoga classes and workshops that will develop skills to instruct students in Kundalini Yoga kriyas and meditations as taught by Yogi Bhajan. 

The KRI Teacher Training team reserves the right to grant KRI Certification based solely on their discretion and evaluation of each participant's readiness to be a Kundalini Yoga teacher. Evaluation is based on successfully meeting the KRI Teacher Training course requirements including, 220 hours of instruction, personal practice and yoga classes and workshops that will develop skills to instruct students in Kundalini Yoga kriyas and meditations as taught by Yogi Bhajan. Student Teachers will practice teaching in a practicum setting, participate in early morning Sadhana (spiritual practice), and experience the powerful transformational energy of this ancient technology. Homework includes reading assignments, written assignments, a 40 day personal sadhana and independent study.

The total course program consists of 36 sessions organised in 4 modules format (8-11 sessions per module) over 6 months. In order to qualify for certification, students must complete all modules. It includes about 125 hours of class sessions; 40 hours for workshops, 45 hours for assignments, homework and preparation; and at least 40 hours for personal yoga practice.

The daily schedule for each class start at 5am and finish around 6pm. It includes: Sadhana; Lecture; Asana practice; Kriya and meditation practice; Student presentation and teaching; Homework discussion; Question and Answers.


Yogi Bhajan

 IKYTA, International Association of KY Teachers - www.kundaliniyoga.com - is the professional organization of certified KY Teachers. Members of IKYTA receive such benefits as education program opportunities, newsletters, product discounts, and listings in printed and web directories. 

KRI, the Kundalini Research Institute  - www.kriteachings.org - administers the certification standards for Kundalini Yoga Teachers and is the review agency for materials, manuals, and other products developed to support the teachings of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. 



The Kundalini Research Institute (KRI) Teacher Training Certification Program is open to yoga students interested to become Kundalini Yoga teachers, as well as to those who want to deepen their experience and to immerse themselves in the science of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan.. KRI Level-1 Teacher Certification is increasingly a worldwide standard for Kundalini Yoga Teachers with thousands of teachers being trained in many countries in all continents. Certification is necessary to obtain membership in the International Kundalini Yoga Teacher Association (IKYTA) and the Yoga Alliance, both based in the USA.

The teacher program in Asia is carried out by a team of trainers appointed by Sunder Singh Khalsa, Coordinator of the Teacher Training programmes in Asia, certified Teacher Trainer in Level 1 & 2 with 33 years of experience in teaching Kundalini Yoga. Facilitator for the Singapore course will be with Kirti with the participation of lead trainer Tonie Nooyens and support of Tien and Rajveer Singh Khalsa and Gurujaswant Kaur.


The KRI Level-1 Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training Certification Program includes the theory and practice of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan.

The curriculum includes:    

- Kundalini Yoga Asana, mudra & bandha, Kriyas,
- Pranayama, Sound current and Mantra, Mind and Meditation;
- The Role of a Kundalini Yoga Teacher;
- Yogic Philosophy, Roots of Kundalini Yoga and History of Yoga;
- Yogic & Western Anatomy, the eight chakras & ten bodies;
- Humanology & Yogic Lifestyle, Yogic Diet & Nutrition;
- Conscious Relationships, Deep relaxation;
- Sadhana: Daily spiritual practice;
- Role of a kundalini yoga teacher, Teaching kundalini yoga & meditation

- Teaching practicum: teaching in small groups with fellow students under the supervision of a Yoga Teacher Trainer. The teaching groups will provide each student teacher with experience in teaching, and give valuable feedback on the personal teaching experience, as well as the opportunity to practice teaching skills with fellow student

Certification Requirements
The main requirements for KRI Level 1 Teacher Certification include participation in all class sessions; completion of presentation and teaching assignments; fulfillment of a personal yoga practice; a passing grade on the KRI written exam. In addition, students have to participate in at least two workshops with Sunder Singh Khalsa (or one worksop and participation to White Tantric) and have attended a number of scheduled early-morning practice sessions (‘sadhana’) and regular classes run by certified Level 1 instructors. KRI Certification also requires agreement with the KRI Code of Ethics for Kundalini Yoga Teachers.

For more details on certification requirements.

No training is planned in 2013 in Singapore. A similar program being run in other countries, module taken in one of these countries can be credited to the program in the other countries. Details of other courses on http://www.kundaliniyogaasia.org/content/kri-asia-level-1-teacher-training-programs.

Certification Benefits
The KRI Level-1 Teacher Certification is the worldwide standard for Kundalini Yoga Teachers as taught by Yogi Bhajan with thousands of teachers being trained in many countries in all continents. In many countries KRI certification is accepted for professional Kundalini Yoga occupations. Certification is necessary to obtain membership in the International Kundalini Yoga Teacher Association (IKYTA) as well as becoming a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) through the Yoga Alliance -www.yogaalliance.org - a non-profit organization that maintains educational standards and a registry of Registered Yoga Teachers (www.yogaalliance.org).

Course outline

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