Are you looking for support and connection as a Kundalini Yoga Teacher or student? Here are some ways you can connect and make a difference:

  • Chai and chat - Create time to meet with other teachers to share a cup of Yogi Tea and connect. 
  • Practice together - Commit to practice a kriya, meditation or watch a Yogi Bhajan video together. If you can’t meet in person, consider practicing together on Skype.
  • Get elevated through group Sadhana - Meditating together strengthens the group aura. Try once a month, once a week or commit to a 40-day sadhana together.
  • Learn from One Another - Take each other’s classes, or meet at someone’s home to do a practice together.
  • Serve - Uniting in Seva can bring the strongest bonds, and put you through a process of purification where the teachings will guide you and give you the experience of applied group excellence. Be it organizing a course, event, cooking langar, or holding regular classes for underprivileged people, serving together will serve you and your community.
  • Connect on Facebook - Create a private Facebook group for teachers. It is a great way to mobilize and share, whether it is yogic practices you are all committing to do together, or simply sharing ideas, recipes and experiences. 
  • Pray for each other - There is always someone in the community needing support. A beautiful way of serving and elevating each other that will create a strong bond is keeping each other in meditation. Use your facebook or whatsapp groups to organize this.
  • Share Special events - Meet for Full Moon Meditations, Yogi Bhajan’s Birthday, Guru Ram Das Birthday, or a 120-day celebration for new mothers in your community. Check out emails from IKYTA and 3HO for ideas on what to teach and practice.
  • The Power of We - Create a public Facebook page for all the KRI-certified Kundalini Yoga Teachers in your area. Everyone can share it on their walls and co-promote events.
  • Market Collectively - Create an online presence with a website, social media,  and emails for local classes, events, trainings and teachers. Include a short section on Kundalini Yoga, Yogi Bhajan, a page of teacher bios, and class schedules.
  • Monthly Emails and Newsletters - Each teacher can contribute something small, which together can be sent to all the students in the community. It is inspiring for the students to see an Aquarian model of teachers working cooperatively to bring the benefits of the Kundalini practice and lifestyle to as many people as possible. 
  • Build or Grow a National Kundalini Yoga Teacher Association (NKYTA) in your country. Learn more about starting your own NKYTA. If you have ideas or experience in Community Building, contact us and share your ideas.