Gurumittar has been practicing Kundalini Yoga since she was 3 years old. She has grown up in a yogic lifestyle with her parents, Kirn and Guruchander.
She lived for 9 years in a yogic boarding school in India where she immersed herself in an environment based on deep spiritual practices, which have become a powerful anchor in her life. Her class focuses on inspiring people to live in the light of their soul. She teaches from the heart and brings compassion and love in all avenues of life.
She shares her passion for healing as a Doctor of Oriental medicine and when she teaches her dynamic kundalini yoga classes.
It was a search for this awareness that brought the practice of Kundalini Yoga to Kate Japmeet Kaur. Kate is a yogini, mother, wife, friend, small business owner, animal lover and a passionate advocate for yoga for addiction recovery.
Pure serendipity led Kate to her first Kundalini class and after the initial shock and newness of the chanting, the turbans, and the unique postures had dissipated, she found herself experiencing a natural high like none she had ever experienced. Kundalini yoga had given her a new and exhilarating freedom filled with love and expansion and helped her realize ‘there is something truly special with this funky form of yoga!’. Thus her love affair with Kundalini Yoga began and led her to her current place as a Level One Kundalini Yoga Teacher and Yoga of 12-Step Recovery (Y12SR) Leader and Space Holder. She is overflowing with gratitude to be in service to these sacred and transformational teachings.