Yogini - Teacher - Visual Artist

Sarah Saraswati Amrit Kaur is a certified teacher of Kundalini Yoga, a member of the International Kundalini Yoga Association (IKYTA) and a certified Reiki practitioner. She has practiced Vinyasa and Hatha yoga for a long time before she was drawn to Kundalini Yoga. She completed her teacher training at the Kundalini Research Institute in New Mexico (US) with highly esteemed international teachers and senior trainers such as Nirvair Singh, Gumurkh Kaur and Sat Siri Kaur who represents the new generation of  Kundalini Yoga teachers.

Gracefully Saraswati Amrit Kaur brings ancient spiritual practices and philosophies into the now with powerful radiance and creativity. Rooted in the principles of Kundalini yoga, meditation, yogic life style and art, she teaches conscious living through classes and workshops touching inspiring people 
minds & hearts. Her work as visual artist is shown internationally and is several times honored with grants and prizes.

Fascinated by traveling Saraswati Amrit Kaur felt a deep connection with the healing energy of New Mexico "The Land of Enchantment" where she lived some time in the Mother Ashram community of Guru Ram Dass in Espanola, New Mexico. Volunteering & working for the Seva Sadhana Program, the Kundalini Research Institute and the Food for Kids program she has deepened her yogic practice and her knowledge about the Sikh Dharma path. 

This experiences and the teachings of Kundalini Yoga have transformed her life in so many different ways. They support her continuously in the creation of a courageous and joyful life! She loves sharing this wisdom and gifts to encourage and inspire people on their personal journey of expansion.


Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga is an amazingly transformative practice that will elevate you, challenge you, and encourage your personal and spiritual growth and it is relaxing. 
Kundalini Yoga is known as the yoga of awareness.

Kundalini Yoga is a physical, meditative and spiritual yogic scnience that combines postures (asanas), breath (pranayama), chanting mantras (naad), using mudras (hand positions) and eye focus (drishti). It is working with the energy centers in your body (chakras) to rise the Kundalini energy.

Kundalini refers to the energy that lays dormant at the base of the spine. Through the practice of yoga, this energy is raised and travels up the spine, through the chakras, creating an overall sense of well being and a heightened sense of awareness. The word Kundalini literally translates as a "coiled female serpent."

Traditionally the technique of Kundalini was only communicated from Master to disciple and through a long initiation process. In 1969 Yogi Bhajan began teaching Kundalini Yoga openly to the public and introduced Kundalini Yoga in the West so we can use this ancient healing practice ideally suited to manage the stresses of modern day living. Kundalini Yoga offers the opportunity to restore the balance within the body, to process emotions and life experiences, and create harmony between mind, body and spirit.

Classes encourage students to tune into the needs of their own body while being 
guided by a teacher.