A Little Bit About Us

We hope to get to know you soon. But before that, here is a little bit about us.

GuruJivan Kaur Khalsa

GuruJivan is a Lead Teacher Trainer of Kundalini Yoga in Australia and has been teaching for the past 45 years. She spends much of each year guiding new students and mentoring new teachers so that more and more people will have the benefit of this magnificent technology in their lives.

GuruJivan is humbled by the opportunity to share this technology with so many people from around the world, leading workshops, retreats and Teacher Training, always trusting in the technology of Kundalini Yoga and keeping the teachings in their purest form.

GuruJivan respects each person’s individuality and encourages students to pursue their own goals during practice while maintaining the highest level in teaching.

Didar Kaur

Didar Kaur is a Lead Teacher Trainer (Level 1, 2 & 21 Stages of Meditations) on the team and comes from a background of over 30 years in Health Science. Didar has been teaching and mentoring Kundalini Yoga teachers and students for over nearly 2 decades, both throughout Australia and internationally. Didar teaches with other international training teams, is also a qualified Yoga Therapist and has a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

After walking into her first Kundalini Yoga class many moons ago, Didar felt like she had come home. She feels humbled and blessed to be able to support and elevate the training team, teachers in training and students on their journey.

SevaSimran Kaur

SevaSimran Kaur is a Professional Teacher Trainer on the team. Her first introduction to Kundalini Yoga was in London in 1991 and she began teaching in Perth in 1998.

From her first class she knew that she had found a profound yogic spiritual practice, one that brings transformation, awareness, insight and intuition.

SevaSimran also works as a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been in practice for over 25 years.

Support Trainers

There will be other specialist trainers joining the training team from time to time. We thank them for their support.

Jiwan Shakti Kaur

Jude Hesse / Jiwan Shakti Kaur became a student of Kundalini Yoga on the 10/10/10. It was introduced to her by a very close friend who had just become a Kundalini Yoga Teacher. She felt at home from that very first class.

Her life changed again at 60 years of age with Kundalini Yoga and she has not looked back. 

In 2013 Jiwan graduated from the Level 1 Teacher Training in Perth, Western Australia. From that time she has delivered several classes a week, has hosted international Kundalini Yoga Teachers, assisted with Perth Teacher Training and has organised events to introduce Kundalini Yoga to various communities and support our Sanghat.

KYWA, Kundalini Yoga Western Australia was formed in 2010 and at present Jiwan is the chairperson.

Jiwan remains loyal, faithful and is in gratitude for the teachings, as it has guided her to walk the path of a Happy, Healthy and Holy life!  

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa

Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Sunderjot Singh

Sunderjot was guided to Kundalini Yoga by synchronistic events 7 years ago and has been teaching since 2016.

Kundalini yoga has brought vitality, self-awareness and transformation to his inner self. Sunderjot’s advice to people is to begin a daily practice of mediation and experience the change to themselves and their lives.

Sunderjot’s passion is to encourage more people to become more conscious and gain awareness to their true-self and unlimited potential, through the technology of Kundalini Yoga.

Dharamjot Kaur Khalsa

Dharamjot was hooked on Kundalini Yoga after her very first class. Her ego had a field day during that class but that feeling of Oneness after that class was something special.

Since she received her KRI certification as a teacher 2006, Dharamjot has as also qualified as a Conscious Pregnancy teacher and Radiant Child yoga teacher.

Dharmajot is an Associate Teacher Trainer in the KRI academy and enjoys teaching Mind and Meditation, Philosophy, Yogic anatomy and Roles and Responsibilities of a teacher.

She brings a relaxed and light energy to the training team, directing students to their own personal experience and sharing from her own experience.