Lynda Ferrara, Registered Yoga Teacher

Lynda’s intention when she sought recovery in 1988 was to stop the emotional pain and hopelessness that addiction had inflicted upon her life. One day at a time that darkness has turned to Light, allowing her to move forward on a beautiful journey of self-discovery. After building a solid foundation in 12-Steps for several years, she was introduced to the powerful practice of yoga.  Lynda became a yoga instructor in 2009 under the loving guidance of Sheryl and Neil Edsall. She has since completed a 100 hr. training for “Yoga of Recovery” counseling and is also a certified Reiki practitioner.

The passion and compassion that yoga embodies is the place that Lynda teaches from. Her classes are filled with a comfortable weave of breath, sound, movement, and meditation, where students feel safe and supported regardless of their experience with the practice. She inspires them to tap into their own inner strength and courage that will allow for blissful balance on, as well as off, of the mat. With an open heart full of gratitude, Lynda is honored to be given the opportunity to share the hope that her path of yoga and recovery has so sweetly blessed her with. 

 

 

Abhaijot Kaur, Kundalini Research Institute, IKYTA

Abhaijot has always had a deep passion for yoga, a born healer spiritual junkie she started practicing 21 years ago and never stopped. A Vegetarian for 21 years, and most recently a Vegan for the last 3 years. The union of the mind, body, and soul has helped her throughout her life live in a more compassionate heart filled abundant way. Her biggest joy in yoga has always been the Bhakti (devotion) of it. It was no wonder that through Bhakti her Shakti (essence of bliss) was revealed and that was service and Kundalini Yoga. Countless workshops with the great masters, Guru Dev Singh, Gurmukh, and devotional chanting with Gurunam eventually lead her home to the sacred land of India for her Kundalini Teachers Training through Golden Bridge Yoga with her teacher Gurmukh, and masters Gurushabd, Guru Dharam, and Guru Dev Singh followed with traveling the sacred land with her dear friend Gurunam. It was through Kundalini that Abhaijot was able to develop her born healing abilities even deeper to help others. Abhaijot is honored to serve others through the technology of Kundalini Yoga. Abhaijot is Kundalini Yoga Therapist, a Khalsa Way Certified prenatal teacher, Sat Nam Rasayan practitioner, is currently in Advanced Teacher's TherapyTraining with Guru Dharam, and a T.A. at Golden Bridge Yoga Teacher Trainings, she serves the Kundalini teachings to low income Women and Teens at Oasis in Paterson, NJ and teaches meditation in corporate offices. Her love affair and gratitude for Yogi Bhajan the master of Kundalini and all of its teachings continues to embody her heart, life and classes with healing love, depth, transformation abundance, and light. More information on Abhaijot and her services at www.IHeartKundaliniYoga.com.

 

Peter Hoffman, Meditation Teacher

Peter Hoffman has been on a journey of transformation during the past 5 years. Peter experienced severe health problems, left his corporate job, and started a health & lifestyle coaching business. Through all the adversity in the beginning of this journey, he found meditation. For the past year-and-ahalf he has had a consistent daily meditation practice. He also recently completed a Vipassana 10-day silent meditation retreat. Peter is a holistic lifestyle coach and owner of Hoffmonious Life, using the tools of nutrition, meditation, yoga, exercise, and community to empower clients to true and lasting happiness.

Sean Meyers, Kundalini Teacher, KRI certified

Facing a crossroads in life, Yoga and meditation presented itself to Sean in 2007 through a profound series of synchronicities and his practice has grown ever since.  A keen interest in the practice of pranayama led him to all styles of yoga including Hatha, Vinyasa, Kripalu and more.  His love for the practice grew and eventually led to the discovery of Kundalini Yoga, which deeply resonated with him.  Sean’s yoga practice helped stabilize him through even the most turbulent times of his spiritual journey, and continues to guide him towards a purpose greater than just himself.

Sean has always been naturally drawn to teaching as a service to his own soul and the benefit of others.  A musician since childhood, Sean began teaching drum lessons in his teens, and after graduating with a degree in Jazz studies in 2014, he immediately began teaching music increasingly more and with a greater sense of purpose. Knowing that his teaching would go beyond just music, he embarked on a Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training under Mahan Rishi Singh Khalsa and Nirbhe Kaur Khalsa in 2016.  Sean will also have completed a 50 hour Yin Yoga teacher training by June of 2017.  Sean often incorporates drums and percussion into his yoga classes.

Teaching yoga allows Sean to uplift the community and be a vehicle for individuals to realize their own inner teacher.  It is his greatest hope that he can help others as many of his teachers have helped him.