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Kundalini Yoga to Overcome Cold Depression
The GRD Center for Medicine and Humanology presents Overcoming Cold Depression.
Yogi Bhajan cautioned that as we transition into the new age through 2038, humanity would suffer from a phenomenon he called Cold Depression. Cold Depression is our single biggest challenge as we integrate into the Aquarian Age. It affects vitality of spirit and leads us to take destructive risk and to self-sabotage. Learn what Cold Depression is, how to identify it and what you need to help your students, clients and yourself overcome its effects.
About the presenters:
Shanti Shanti Kaur
Shanti Shanti Kaur brings the ancient teachings of Kundalini Yoga into modern medicine. She has taught Kundalini Yoga since 1971 and began to teach people with chronic or life threatening illness in 1986, under the guidance of Yogi Bhajan. She now directs the Guru Ram Das Center for Medicine & Humanology, founded to bring his teachings into healthcare. She is a Medical Family therapist, Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500, and a KRI Certified Kundalini Yoga mentoring lead trainer for Levels 1 and 2. Dr. Khalsa is a charter member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and served on the team that developed IAYT Educational Standards for Yoga Therapy Teacher Training. She co-developed and directs the 1,000-hour Kundalini Yoga Therapy teacher-training program and provides continuing education for health professionals and yoga teachers. Her Kundalini Yoga program for people living with HIV is featured in the book, Yoga as Medicine by Timothy McCall, MD.
Navneet Kaur Khalsa, LCSW has been working in the field of social work since 1979. Her professional career is focused on working with children and families involved in the child welfare system. She has extensive experience providing counseling and supervising therapists who work with children who have experienced severe trauma. Her work includes serving families affected by substance abuse, domestic violence and poverty.
Navneet Kaur has practiced yoga for over 16 years and experienced her first Kundalini yoga class over six years ago and is now a Certified Kundalini yoga teacher. Navneet Kaur is the Curriculum Development Coordinator for the Guru Ram Das Center for Medicine and Humanology. She is leading a team to develop the 1000- hour yoga therapy curriculum for Kundalini Yoga teachers. Navneet Kaur recently moved to Tucson from Portland, Maine. She lives with her husband and two dogs and is blessed with five wonderful children.