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2014 Teachers Conference

Teachers & Trainers Together in Excellence

Thursday, June 19th and Friday, June 20th

IKTYA Teachers Conference: 8 Elements of Excellence Course - Knowledge

KRI Teacher Trainer Forum: Mission, Magnitude and Manners 

Come early to Solstice and join us for this exciting conference to experience transformation, growth and expansion. For the first time KRI and IKYTA come together to present and learn together as students, teachers and trainers of Yogi Bhajan. An opportunity to co-create as a group of multi-generational yogis where every voice has a chance to be heard to build a culture of mutuality, collaboration and prosperity.

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  • June 19 (8:30 am - 5:30 pm) and June 20 (8:30 am - 2:00 pm)
  • Location is at the historic Anthony’s at the Delta in Espanola
  • Delicious local cuisine provided each day for lunch
  • Early Registration for IKYTA members $75 (special rates for international participants)
  • Bring your mat/sheepskin, journal/pen, snacks and water bottle
  • Rideshare available
  • Breakfast snacks
  • Early solstice set up available to participants

"It is very fortunate you have this Association. When I’ll be physically gone, search me out spiritually. You’ll need to sit together to do it."
-Y
ogi Bhajan

Part 5 in an an eight-part series based on Yogi Bhajan’s Eight Elements of Excellence

The Vision – to see your goal and keep it in your consciousness

The Courage – to attempt it and to keep up

The Grit – to go through it

The Humility – to know who the Doer is

The Knowledge – to substantiate it

The Prayer – to feed it

The Grace – to carry yourself through it

The Determination – to achieve it

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Presenters

 ......to be announced

Come to the IKYTA Teachers Conference to be with your peers – meeting, greeting, sharing and learning together.  We can grow together through intergenerational dialogue.  Take home tools to help you continue developing your excellence as a Kundalini Yoga Teacher.  Join us!  -Guruka Kaur

 
“You must understand one thing: I have sacrificed what I could have achieved personally for one game only: to create teachers in the West. My sharing of this yoga is to teach humans the ultimate science of mankind. It is priceless. It is the concentrated essence of thousands of years of humanity. I am here to preserve it in your hearts so that it will be available later on when humanity will need it more badly than you or I can imagine.
-Yogi Bhajan, Praana Praanee Praanayam, p. 219