Hari Kaur Khalsa directs and teaches Kundalini Classes and Teacher Trainings, Level 1 and Level 2, in the US and abroad. Hari is co-author of "A Woman's Book of Yoga: Embracing Our Natural Life Cycles" (Penguin 2002) and author of "A Woman's Book of Meditation: Discovering the Power of a Peaceful Mind" (Penguin 2006). Hari and husband Dave Frank - world renowned Jazz pianist and educator - founded Hari NYC, a loft space dedicated to yoga and music.  

Hari is the former Director of Education and Training of Golden Bridge NYC (2007-2009). Prior to that Hari taught classes and training programs to all ages and levels.  She shared Kundalini Yoga in high schools, taught specialized classes in Boston area hospitals, founded the Illumined Woman courses that highlight the Kundalini yoga practices and teachings for women at all stages of life including pregnancy, taught classes focused on creativity and the arts at Berklee College of Music, and more. For 10 years, she taught for Yogi Bhajan, co-directing his Level One Teacher Trainings in New Mexico and India. Hari is a caring, inspiring, and down to earth teacher, making the powerful and healing teachings of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan accessible to students of all levels. Inspired by years of study with Yogi Bhajan, Hari continues to serve all who come with smiles, and spirit.





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Hari Kaur Khalsa

  • I haven't read "A women's book of meditation" (yet, but intend to do so soon), however I can recommend the author and will review the book in due time. Hari Kaur Khalsa is a wonderful teacher/teacher trainer whom I took KRI level 1 teacher training with this year. She has studied Yogi Bhajan's women's teachings, and she teaches workshops on the "moon centers". Actually, she is the one who introduced me to the topic of "moon centers". Hari is also a well of insight on the subject of meditation which I have spent many joyous hours learning about, discussing, and practicing with her.

    -- Satya Prem Kaur