Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training Level 1 Program

Why join the Level 1 with us?

A school dedicated to uplift all students

AAA is a school of life and programs are designed to help students transform and reach a higher level of consciousness. We do not aim at big numbers for the sake of business, but aim at students’ growth. This is why we have high standards and expectations and do not consider that the teachings are for everyone.

We strive to give students what they need rather than what they want. The difference is between the ego (who wants) and the soul (who needs). Students who have done the Teacher Training with us learn to love themselves, to serve others, to recognize their patterns and change them. They are happier, more relaxed, more loving and tolerant, and can help their family to do the same.

Dynamic teachings and study groups

Our way of teaching is creative, alive (we laugh a lot!) and adapted to the participants and their needs. You will be invited to participate actively all along the training.

During the training (between the modules) and after the training, you will be part of study groups. These meetings will give you an opportunity to share your experience, reflect and integrate your process. It is also a place to apply the teachings at the level of the community, by being authentic in a group, by learning how to listen and communicate, and by being inspired by others.

Kundalini Research Institute (KRI) certification

The Level 1 Kundalini Yoga Teacher Certificate will be delivered by the Kundalini Research Institute. It will give you the access to IKYTA (International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association, funded by Yogi Bhajan), which guarantees the competencies of the Level 1 Trainers, the validity of the certification and its worldwide recognition. A final written exam will be organized during the training to validate your certified diploma by KRI.

The total program takes at least 220 hours, dividing in about 140 hours of class sessions (including class presentations, teachings and teacher guided Q&A and peer group discussions), 40 hours of assignments, homework and preparation, and at least 40 hours of personal practice. For the full requirements for certification, please contact us.

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