Gururaj Singh Khalsa, KRI-RYT

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Gururaj Singh Khalsa (he/him) is a Kundalini Research Institute (KRI) certified Kundalini Yoga trainer and Ashtanga yoga practitioner. Post-graduation, Gururaj has been working with human rights and social psychology for over 10 years for the Federal Government of Brazil, where he lives. Gururaj believes that the physical body is a great vehicle and teacher for living a full life and achieving emotional, mental, and spiritual balance.

Check out Gururaj’s Two Yoga Practice Tips in our free Radikal Life Starter Kit!

Gururaj is featured on episode S1E7 of the Radikal Life Podcast.

Stretch Module

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The stretch module will not only help you to prepare your body for kundalini yoga kriyas or yoga sets, but also create body consciousness in exercises in general and in the way you move through life. Stretching helps improve posture, prevent injury and muscle soreness, and increases flexibility. Additionally stretching is also tremendously effective at relieving stress and improving energy, efficiency, and performance.


Class 1: Body Consciousness

Postures, bhandas, alignment, and warm ups for creating body consciousness to apply in every exercise or movement

Class 2: Stretching and Strength

Stretching and strength are deeply connected to prevent injury and improve your performance

Class 3: Increase Your Flexibility

Yin yoga to increase your flexibility and relieve stress

Stretch Coaching Add-On: One-on-One Coaching with Gururaj

Three 60-minute sessions


The manual for optimal being-ness is a guide to enhance your well being. The modules are not intended to diagnose or treat specific conditions. If you are experiencing disordered eating patterns, dysmorphia, dysphoria, or other body image distortions, and/or are engaging in habitual excessive exercise, please visit Radikal Healing to schedule an appointment with a licensed mental health professional. 

Before beginning a new movement practice or physical activity, it is wise to consult a health care professional for a health screening.

These classes assume that you are able to sit on the ground, get up and down from the floor, and have a broad range of motion. We recognize that the instructions offered may not be accessible for all bodies. Consider trying these classes in another position, for example, seated in a chair and making any adjustments that feel best for your body.

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