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A Review of 2016: A List of and for Infinity

A Review of 2016: A List of and for Infinity

A concept that got reinforced within me this past year is that of infinity. I am infinite, you...

Featured on the Spirit Voyage Blog – Five Ways to Thrive in Mercury Retrograde

Featured on the Spirit Voyage Blog – Five Ways to Thrive in Mercury Retrograde

I was so pleased when my writing was recently featured prominently on the Spirit Voyage weekly...



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About Haridev Kaur

The many elements that comprise me began to awaken when I took my first kundalini yoga class in 2006. My Kundalini adventure got supercharged with the sacred sound current when I attended the first Sat Nam Fest in 2010. and I have been blessed to dance my way through life ever since. I am an IKYTA certified Kundalini yoga teacher teaching at multiple locations in the DC metro area and connecting to yogis across the world through my online yoga experiences and video sessions.

As a longtime community organizer and political activist, I love to connect with people and create community around shared values and passions. Through my yoga teaching and online experiences, I seek to connect yogis to support each other in building and sustaining their personal daily yoga, meditation and spiritual practices.

I bring my background as an effective communications and engagement consultant in the hyper-stressed DC area to my yoga teaching and coaching. I love to share the insights I have gained as I continue to consciously de-stress in an increasingly frenetic world. I have found ways to balance between the disparate parts of my life, including both my consulting and yoga worlds, and would love to help you find your optimal balance as well.

 

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A Review of 2016: A List of and for Infinity

A Review of 2016: A List of and for Infinity

A concept that got reinforced within me this past year is that of infinity. I am infinite, you are infinite, we are all infinite. But we can choose to tap into that infinity – or not. And our infinity is still there – regardless of how much the world is…

Featured on the Spirit Voyage Blog – Five Ways to Thrive in Mercury Retrograde

Featured on the Spirit Voyage Blog – Five Ways to Thrive in Mercury Retrograde

I was so pleased when my writing was recently featured prominently on the Spirit Voyage weekly newsletter and blog. In the days leading up to Mercury Retrograde, which started back in May and will continue through June 11, I heard a lot from those around me and on the Internet…

Bates College Yoga Kula Features Kundalini with Renee Leduc Clarke ’98 (Haridev Kaur)

Bates College Yoga Kula Features Kundalini with Renee Leduc Clarke ’98 (Haridev Kaur)

Sat Nam is an uplifting phrase used as a greeting and farewell in the Kundalini yoga community, meaning “truth is my identity.” Join me as I share an uplifting practice of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation with the Bates Yoga Kula on Friday, 8 May 2015. I am so pleased to…

Help Wanted: Seeking Balance – Three Thursday Night Classes at Lighthouse Yoga Center

Help Wanted: Seeking Balance – Three Thursday Night Classes at Lighthouse Yoga Center

bal•ance /baləns/ noun an even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady. So many of us speak of trying to find and establish our balance. Whether it is in tree pose or seeking an equilibrium between our professional and personal lives – the notion of…

Going Deeper with Kundalini Technology: Two Upcoming Class Series in DC

Going Deeper with Kundalini Technology: Two Upcoming Class Series in DC

“The Kundalini experience does not mean you have gone into a deep breathless trance and are beyond this world. … It integrates you more fully with reality and gives you a broader vision and sensitivity so that you can act more efficiently.” ~Yogi Bhajan I frequently speak of how much…

We Miss You! – Hari Simran

We Miss You! – Hari Simran

I received an amazing email a few days ago. It was an email I had received multiple times in the past, but it had a whole new meaning to me this time around. Here it is: Subject: We Miss You! From: Hari Simran (Raj Yoga) Dear Renee (Haridev Kaur), We…

Bring Your Bliss Home 2015 – 11 Days Online Starts January 20th

Bring Your Bliss Home 2015 – 11 Days Online Starts January 20th

Another year – 2015 – did it start with a set of “resolutions” that have been forgotten or pushed down on the priority list?  Did you have lots of hopes for the new year and now you just feel stuck back in your old routine? There is still time to reinvigorate your…

Bring Home Your Peace from Sat Nam Fest East

Bring Home Your Peace from Sat Nam Fest East

Join me in the bazaar at Sat Nam Fest East on 8-12 October 2014 for yoga, meditation, mantra, bliss, peace… For more details and registration visit Sat Nam Fest East online  

Sound Current & Seva: the Joy of Work Exchange at Sat Nam Fest

Sound Current & Seva: the Joy of Work Exchange at Sat Nam Fest

As I am about to attend my ninth Sat Nam Fest in just a few short weeks, I am starting to get reflective about how my experience with Kundalini yoga and meditation truly began at that first “Spirit Fest” in the woods of West Virginia back in 2010. While I…

Cultivating Peace Within-Blogs & Classes

Cultivating Peace Within-Blogs & Classes

As we approached the Aquarian Age a few years ago, we were told that everything was going to speed up and get more intense. We are now realizing the demands on the human brain and nervous system have never been as great as they are today. The past few months…