Harjinder is a KRI Certified Professional Trainer and an accredited senior teacher with Yoga Australia. She serves as the Organiser of White Tantric Australia.
At a time of great challenge in her life, Kundalini Yoga opened the doorway to her inner strength, potential and grace. She has since wholeheartedly dedicated herself to serving others, students and teachers alike.
She has the capacity to meet people where they are, to see and trust in their ultimate potential and to inspire them to find their own greatness.
Her passion includes working therapeutically with students with PTSD and supporting single parents to regain self value, confidence and expressing leadership in their life and circumstances.
Kundalini Yoga was taught for over 5000 years in India and Tibet, passed down privately from teacher to student. Yogis, saints and sages developed what they considered a ‘technology’ to allow individuals to experience and express their highest self, to attain and maintain a level of higher consciousness.
Kundalini Yoga, as taught by Yogi Bhajan, is a transformational practice. Classes are a dynamic blend of postures, breath, mantra, mudra, meditation and deep relaxation. It is an invigorating practice that stimulates the nervous and immune systems, calming the mind and allowing you to awaken to your highest potential.
Coming from the Sanskrit word ‘kundal’, meaning ‘lock of hair of the beloved’ the uncoiling is the awakening of the kundalini – the latent energy force in us which is the catalyst for all forms of self-healing, intuition, creativity and wisdom. This energy is the creative potential that already exists in all of us, but usually lies dormant. The purpose of Kundalini Yoga is to release the energy gradually and gracefully in order to connect you to your true path. Kundalini Yoga was never taught publicly until Yogi Bhajan, Master of Kundalini Yoga, brought it to the west in 1969. Yogi Bhajan travelled the world teaching Kundalini Yoga to hundreds of thousands of people. In 1994 he founded the International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association (IKYTA), which works to spread these priceless teachings worldwide.
Yogi Bhajan, Master of Kundalini Yoga, began teaching publicly in 1969 breaking the centuries old tradition of secrecy surrounding the empowering science of Kundalini Yoga.
Traveling extensively in the seventies and eighties, Yogi Bhajan crusaded tirelessly to educate, uplift, and enlighten everyone he met.
Yogi Bhajan has left a legacy of hope, inspiration and technology for future generations and the upliftment of humanity.