KRI’s E-Learning Center:
Choose the Learning that’s Right for you!
Join our global faculty with their vast pool of experience! KRI curates for you online courses: healing, posture, the art of teaching, best practices, and authentic engagement for Kundalini Yoga Teachers and Trainers in order to change lives. Scroll down to see our upcoming Live Courses and pre-recorded content for your learning! Thank you for joining us and contributing!
KRI’s E-Learning Center
KRI Online Courses
Join us Live Online or watch the recording! Register for every category to deepen your skills & knowledge as a yoga teacher: History of Yoga, Posture, Self Awareness, Cultural Sensitivity, Roots of Kundalini Yoga: these topics and more!
Dr. Sat Bir Singh Khalsa, Ph.D.: Understanding the Biomedical Science Behind Yoga and Kundalini Yoga Research
Starts: Friday February 26th 11:00-12:30 EST (New York)
Course description: Join us for a special pre recorded presentation/LIVE Q & A with Dr. Sat Bir Singh that clearly lays out the science behind how yoga works in easy to understand language, how meditation leads to self regulation and reviews the existing published research studies on Kundalini Yoga. Dr. Sat Bir is available for Q & A at 12 noon EST(New York). If you are a trainer, purchasing this course gives you research based evidence to share in your trainings of how Kundalini Yoga works to use in your training programs for two years. Purchase now at this special price. $88 Live Q and A with researcher Dr. Sat Bir Khalsa and special pre recorded presentation for your workshops and trainings.
Book Club: See No Stranger
Starts: March 12, 2021 at 12pm EST (New York)
This urgent moment is calling for change. What role will you play? We invite you to join us for this three-part series as we discuss See No Stranger: A Memoir and Manifesto of Revolutionary Love. In this text Valarie Kaur presents revolutionary love as the call of our time–as a radical choice to enter into labor for others, opponents and ourselves in order to transform the world around us. It offers an orientation to life that is personal and political, rooted in the Sikh practices of the Warrior Sage. Revolutionary Love calls us to be brave as we fight for the dignity of all life. It engages our meditative minds, deepest wisdom and our emotions – wonder, grief, rage, and joy – to reimagine our relationships, communities and institutions. It takes us on the path toward reconciliation by reminding us “Forgiveness is not forgetting. Forgiveness is freedom from hate.”
Yoga for Adults with Intellectual / Developmental Disabilities
Enhancing Choice for People in Institutionalized Settings -Autonomy Support.
Course begins: March 11, 2021 at 7pm EST (New York)
Learn revolutionary & evidence based approaches for a population that are often “told” what to do. Learn the unique yoga teaching style specific to helping adults with disabilities. For many yoga teachers used to “telling” a class what to do, the autonomy approach feels very “counterintuitive” to a traditional yoga class. In this webinar, we explore ways to embed choice within the teaching style.
Join researcher Marieke Van Puymbroeck, Roy Distinguished Professor of Health Innovation Research and coordinator of the Recreational Therapy program at Clemson University to develop the skills needed for many institutionalized healthcare settings.
Essential Wellness Kit
For Challenging Times
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