Raj Inder Dhillon (KRI Certified Instructor, RYT-200) has been practicing Kundalini yoga and meditation since 2009 and became a certified teacher in 2013. She is currently working towards her Level Two Kundalini Yoga instructor and RYT-500 certifications. She also holds a certification in SuperHealth, a Kundalini yogic approach to overcome and heal addictive behaviors. Raj Inder teaches regular classes. Each class includes Kriyas (sets of exercises) which include Asana (postures), Pranayam (breathing techniques), Mudra (hand postures) and Mantra. Every class also includes a deep relaxation followed a meditation. These teachings are designed to give you a “hands on” experience of your highest consciousness.
Raj Inder also holds a Mastery certification in Tantric healing practices and intimacy coaching from TantraNova Institute in Chicago, Ill.
Raj Inder offers a variety of classes and workshops. She has taught with Shamans Dream DJing live, she co-facilitates women's empowerment and embodiment workshops with esteemed Dance/ Movement Therapist Julie Brannen.
With the combination of her training and passion, Raj Inder offers a vast array of tools and techniques to help her students and audiences excel, heal and live a vibrant life.
Raj Inder is available for bookings to teach and facilitate a wide variety of classes and workshops. Please contact Raj Inder for further details and booking information.
What is Kundalini Yoga?
"Yoga has dozens of variations in philosophy and style. Some yogas (like Bikram) are structured as a physical workout. Others (like Jivamukti) put an emphasis on meditation. Kundalini Yoga is little of both, but with an added emphasis on consciousness that activates energy centers throughout the body. Kundalini class can be a good workout, but its teachers and students (often wearing white turbans) participate in each kriya with a quiet reverence more akin to a temple than a gym. If you like your physical exercise to come with a side of spiritual enlightenment, Kundalini Yoga might be for you."
“The primary objective [of Kundalini] is to awaken the full potential of human awareness in each individual; that is, recognize our awareness, refine that awareness, and expand that awareness to our unlimited Self. Clear any inner duality, create the power to deeply listen, cultivate inner stillness, and prosper and deliver excellence in all that we do.” -Kundalini Research Institute
© Copyright James McCrae, for Huffington Post from the article: "Introduction to Kundalini: The Yoga of Awareness."
What is Tantra?
"Tantra is a practice that allows for integrating our spiritual with our sexual self. This involves very specific practices that use conscious breathing, mantra sounds, movement and symbols to quiet the mind. They also activate life force energy, directing it throughout the body to achieve states of consciousness and bliss. Tantric traditions come from ancient practices developed in India and China.
How does TantraNova differ from traditional Tantra?
We draw on the ancient Eastern practice of Tantra and the Tao. We also draw from modern disciplines from the West such as Human Development, Philosophy of Language and Creative Self-Discovery. What we are doing is blending the “old and the new” and thus the term Nova in our name."
© Copyright Dr. Elsbeth Mueth & Freddy Zental Weaver, TantraNova Institute