Radha Sangeet Kaur has completed The Aquarian Teacher,™ KRI International Teacher Training Certification Level 1, and Yoga Alliance’s 200+ hour national standard for a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT).
Member of International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association.
Radha Sangeet Kaur – the sacred Princess/Lioness who masters the path of oneness with God through connecting to the harmony of His/Her inner divine sound.
Radha means mastery of the path. Sangeet is music (inner divine sound) and harmony. Kaur – the Princess/Lioness of God who walks with grace and strength throughout her life.
Radha Sangeet Kaur began her journey with Kundalini Yoga in 2007 at Golden Bridge in Hollywood, CA in classes and workshops with Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa and Tej Kaur Khalsa. In the summer of 2016, she awoke to the need of a daily practice and shortly after embarked on a journey to incorporate a Kundalini Yoga Sadhana into her life. In order to help her stay motivated and consistent with her practice, Radha joined Jai Dev Singh’s Life Force Academy, an online source for a Kundalini Yoga practice. After a year dedicated to a consistent daily practice, completion of a few 40 day kriyas and meditations, white tantric yoga and a weekend Life Force Immersion, Radha Sangeet signed on with the Guru Ram Das Ashram in San Francisco for Aquarian Teacher Training with Awtar Kaur Khalsa.
Radha Sangeet Kaur has been a practitioner of various forms of yoga, meditation, and spiritual disciplines since 1997.
Radha grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada and currently resides in San Francisco. She has dedicated her life to being in a state of higher consciousness and is committed to doing the inner work required to raise and maintain it.
What is Kundalini Yoga?
Kundalini Yoga is the “yoga of awareness”. It is focused on awakening the kundalini energy (primal shakti energy) located at the base of the spine through regular practice of meditation, pranayama, mantra (chanting) and yoga asana.
Radha Sangeet practices and instructs Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan.