14th - 16th June 2019 Ufton Court Summer Retreat.
Our 2018-19 graduating students (supervised by their tutors) will lead a simple Yoga Retreat in and around an historic Tudor/ Elizabethan manor house - offering an introduction to Kundalini Yoga and a yogic lifestyle in the company of like-minded people.
We hope you can join us.
We invite you to rise at 5am and greet the day with an Aquarian Sadhana of yogic exercise, meditation and chant. You can sample a variety of yogic practices in and around an historic country house set in 16 acres of peaceful, secluded gardens, meadowland … ...
Level 2 - Transformation - Practitioner Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training at Ufton Court - Vitality & Stress over two 3 day weekends with Darryl O'Keeffe and Guru Dharam Singh assisted by BenJahmin, Andrea & Livtar Kaur.
Level 2 - Transformation - is a 300 hour KRI certification program consisting of five 62 hour modules (48 contact hours plus home study). Graduates of Level Two (who are already certified to Level 1) earn the title of KRI Certified Practitioner of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan® and combined with Level One certification, fulfill the … ...
Breathwalk combines walking, breathing techniques, meditation and nature. All deeply benefical for our health in their own merits. Added together they make a powerful tool to greater physical health and inner balance.
The Breathwalk form of meditative walk was developed from Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. Walking affects fitness, circulation, hormonal balance, heart rate, lung capacity and emotional balance positively. The combination of different breathing techniques , walking and conscious attention brings clarity and calm. When our mind, our emotions and energy co- … ...
One To One online calls with Guru Dharam or Darryl may be booked using the drop down box below.
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We expect our students to find their course to be a transformational process and that the support and connection with their peer group will be an integral part of "keeping up".
Past students have found it particularly challenging to keep up after the end of the course - as the transition from student to teacher (and perhaps from old to new you) is completed without that reassuring and recurring … ...