Akalsukh Singh, a K.R.I. (Kundalini Research Institute) Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher and member of IKYTA (International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association) is recognized by Yoga Alliance. Prior to becoming a certified Kundalini Teacher he journeyed on many spiritual paths, including teaching catechesis in a remote village of a South Brazilian Island.
Later he studied parapsychology in Brazil at IPAPPI (Instituto de Parasicologia y Psicotronica), as well as metaphysics at the University of Metaphysics International and The Science of Universal Kabbalah in NY.
Akalsukh has been practicing meditation for years. He knows that this practice is essential to develop the real You, a true and magnificent spirit.
He has manifested the adventurer spirit by having traveled extensively, living in many places such as Uruguay, Brazil, Argentina and the USA all the while learning from his experiences.
He incorporates the yogic lifestyle in his classes and programs. With timeless devotion to the spiritual teachings, he will be the guide, motivating to push you past your limits so that you may connect to the incorruptible principle which is your true essence: Sat Nam.
He has graduated from the first module, "Conscious Communication" and second module, Authentic Relationships of the Level 2 Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training. He also is joining the Aquarian Teacher Academy and will be soon offering Teacher Training.
In Kundalini as in any other serious spiritual practice self-discipline is very important. The emphasis is in the attitude and intention one builds toward the teachings in everyday life. As the teachings are one’s ultimate experience of The Truth, wisdom develops within. The power of transformation is beyond a package of knowledge, titles and certifications.
You may ask what led me on this path of Yoga…
Here is my story:
As a teenager I knew I was different, I craved something more out of life. Deep down inside I knew that life had to offer more than a mundane routine of school, work, nourishment and sleep. Therefore I sought answers but I didn’t know exactly where to look so I turned to reading.
One day while still in my teenage years I bought a book about Yoga and began practicing daily. There was no outside influence pushing me toward Yoga because no one around me practiced it. The influence or "guidance" came from within.The first breathing technique I learned was long deep breathing used to calm oneself. I incorporated this breathing technique early on in my teen years and continued to do so until this day. The teenage Yoga experience did not last for long as it was out of my reach, therefore after practicing it for a short period of time I stopped and the book remained on the shelf.
Throughout my adulthood I continued to question the meaning in life. I experienced an internal yearning for more. No matter what I experienced the yearning remained; I partied, studied, experimented. As I grew older I continued to search for answers.
I attended my first Yoga class in my thirties. I was looking for that connection between body, mind and soul; with all the training in diferent paths, it seemed that something was still missing, and Kundalini Yoga gave me the technology and support to achieve that balance.
Today I continue to grow every day, expanding my perception of life,
merging my ego with the infinite wisdom as an ongoing process, but there's no more searching, there's nothing else to search, instead there's a surrendering process to what is, to the infinite aspect of my existence which is the real Self. A journey of simply be and serve humanity as an instrument of universal harmony. For serving is the highest vibration a human being can reach, the highest yoga, the finest expression of universal love.