Join Krishna Kaur for a one-time class in Washington, DC!

Monday, July 27,  7-8:30 PM

(Are you interested in signing up for Krishna’s Y.O.G.A. for Youth teacher training? Limited space available. See details here.)

LOVE: BECAUSE THAT IS WHY WE ARE HERE. An attitude of love is the way to see the Divine in everything and in everyone.

LIVE: Live fully, without hesitation, with a bold expression of who you are that sheds light on the special uniqueness you bring to the earthkrishna_1__1434459331_67784

LONG TO BELONG: Because to do so creates a straight path to the fulfillment of your sublime destiny. Its’ about waking up and allowing yourself to be your-SELF.

Don’t miss this energizing, uplifting, heart-opening Kundalini yoga class!

Please bring a yoga mat, blanket or sheepskin to sit on.

Location: The Dance Loft on 14th
4618 14th Street NW (between Buchanan and Crittenden)
Accessible by the 52, 53 and 54 buslines. There is plenty of free on-street parking on the side streets.
(Note: the entrance to the Dance Loft on 14th is next to the Value Furniture store)

$25 donation suggested. Proceeds will support our Y.O.G.A. for Youth teacher training and future Y.O.G.A. for Youth programming.

To reserve, sign up online!

Who is Krishna Kaur?

Krishna Kaur, a dynamic, heart centered Yoga teacher, began studying with Yogi Bhajan in 1970 and has passionately taught the art and science of Kundalini Yoga and Self Awareness for 40 years.  She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from her teaching in Africa, Mexico, and inner cities throughout the United States. A master teacher trainer of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, she conducts workshops in Canada, Europe, and Latin America.

She is certified by the 3HO Foundation and the Kundalini Research Institute as a Kundalini Yoga Teacher and Trainer of both Level I and II. She is the regional coordinator for 3HO Africa, which unites Kundalini Yoga in Africa.  Krishna also founded and runs Y.O.G.A. for Youth, a non-profit dedicated to training yoga teachers to work with at-risk youth and creating yoga programs in schools and juvenile facilities.

Krishna opened the first yoga center in South Central Los Angeles and continues to train yoga teachers, teach workshops, and bring yoga to the under-served populations throughout the world. She currently lives in Los Angeles, California.

Join her and open the way to greater freedom, clarity, and joy.