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Yogi Tones Podcast Episode 94 – Surjot Kaur Talks About The Power of Kundalini Yoga

Another fun episode today with Surjot Kaur! We talk how to get paid to write, teaching Kundalini and the power behind that type of yoga and much more!

Surjot Kaur embraced Yoga practice over 24 years ago.  She is a mother, writer, drummer and yoga teacher who has completed over 500 hours of Yoga teacher training.  She works as an assistant to Yogi Amandeep Singh, a world-renown yogi who leads trainings and yatras in India.  Surjot Kaur (pronounced Sir Jote Kawr) is a spiritual name that means the Princess of the Universal Vibration that holds the whole Creation together.  She appreciates the mystical dimensions of Yoga and teaches with great joy and heart.  Sat Naam! 

Check out the link below for more from Surjot!

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Helpful links that we chatted about, click on them to learn more!

 
 
 

Special thanks to Surjot for joining me on the show. Until next time!

 
 

Kundalini Rising with Sheel Seidler at the San Diego Yoga Festival

Sheel (aka Jai Guru Sheel) has advanced training in Kundalini (500+ hr) and Hatha Yoga (200 hr), and is fascinated with how to apply ancient yoga teachings to today’s lifestyle, particularly to the paths of recovery and motherhood. Her students love her approach of making these ancient teachings accessible and notice new capacity for joy in their daily life almost immediately. She is also known for her ability to weave in stories throughout class about the roots of Kundalini, the Sikh Gurus and Yogi Bhajan so effortlessly. In both of her advanced trainings she learned from students who sat at the feet of masters (Krishnamacharya and Yogi Bhajan) and had been teaching for over 40 years. Lineage and purity of the teachings for powerful effects (versus dogma and ritual) are central to her practice and the experience she transmits to her students.

You can find her teaching in person at Buddhi Yoga in La Jolla or online at KundaliniWithSheel.com

 Be sure to use the code YogiTones for a discount to the Festival!!

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