Sat Nam and Welcome!
It has been my privilege since 1972 to share the science of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. In that tradition we offer a variety of teacher training programs, specialized workshops, and individual sessions. These courses are offered through the Divine Human school. We are certified and follow the standards of KRI (Kundalini Research Institute), IKYTA (International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association) and 3HO (Healthy, Happy, Holy Organization)
“The very breath of life is divine.” Yogi Bhajan - August 22, 1986
The Divine Human school believes in the excellence of every human being. Students learn through experience and working together. Experience and small group work is a foundation for success in all areas of your life. Dedicated teams of long time certified teachers participate in every aspect of the courses. The committed team members work together to support the next generation of teachers. We recognize and celebrate the potential of every person. We are happy to serve and welcome your comments and questions.
In light and truth, Gurumarka Singh Khalsa
Upcoming Events and Trainings - • October • January • February
We have been offering this course more than ten years. Over 80% of our graduates teach children. The foundation of this course is awakening the inner child, learning to play, trusting your higher self, the basic techniques for a successful class, and many tips and tricks to engage your students to excel. Space limited, best to reserve your place soon.
Experience what it means to trust. Trust in a higher power. Trust in others. And trust in yourself. Saturday is open to all. Both beginners and long time students will be able to access greater levels of trust. Workshop includes kundalini yoga kriyas, meditations, group work, fun, snacks and always a surprise or two. From 10.30-16.30 in a wonderful new dance studio. Fix the date. More details will be sent through email.
is an especially wonderful and challenging week with lots of surprises. Ardas Kaur, with her shamanic background, adds an important element to the weeks activities. We explore the complexities of the mind through a model given by Yogi Bhajan. A special diet during the week supports the process as we become more sattvic (pure) as an aid to a deeper meditation experience. Meditations form the basis for this week of inner discoveries in the quiet supportive seminar house.