The sacred practice Ancient Himalayan Kriya Yoga has been passed on for centuries, from master to disciple. What distinguishes these unique kriyas is the way they balance your energy using a combination of sequenced breathing, meditation, movement, mantras and bells. Each kriya targets two specific chakras. As oxygen is inhaled deeply, it activates the life force to nourish all the cells of your body. With every exhalation, your body’s toxins and emotional blockages are released. During the silent parts of the kriyas you will experience shoonya, meaning emptiness. The practice ends with a silent meditation or flute music exclusively composed for this practice, leaving you with a sensation of intense peace, joy and overall well-being.
The First International Teacher
Paramjit was introduced to Ancient Himalayan Kriya Yoga by her guruji Dev Baba at the Shri Shaktidarshan Yogashram, where she became his disciple in 2009. Amazed by the effect of the kriyas, she continued to study them thoroughly for the next 2 years. Eventually, Dev Baba initiated Paramjit as his First International Teacher and gave her his blessing to take the practice to the West.
Workshops followed all over the Netherlands (Dutch Yoga Festival), in the United Kingdom, Spain, Austria, Germany, Canada, the USA and India.
In 2012 the British Yoga Magazine featured four page article on Paramjit’s experience with teaching the ancient kriyas.
She is currently in the process of developing in-dept training material for beginners and teachers to allow more people to benefit from the practice of Ancient Himalayan Kriya Yoga.