Taking Kundalini Yoga to underserved communities

Supporting teachers with financial and physical resources

Translating educational materials to different languages


Meet the grant winners!

"Our project aims to introduce kundalini yoga as a complementary therapy for low-income individuals who have attempted suicide in 2022. This will be done in collaboration with mental health professionals at Querétaro's Mental Health Center (CESAM)."

Deg Padmani Kaur (Mexico)
“Kundalini yoga as complementary therapy in patients with attempted suicide in Querétaro, Mexico”

"We plan to travel to Cuba and conduct a 3-week program that includes classes, workshops, and Level 2 Training in Kundalini Yoga. Our goal is to empower the community with the transformative teachings of KY during this intensive program."
Gurusansar Singh (Chile)
“Kundalini Yoga for the Cuban People”
"Offer 1-1 work, small group, and day retreats to those in crisis, as well as the staff, families, and volunteers that support them. Together, we can build resilience in hospice care, mental health services, homeless shelters, and streets."

Jagat Joti Kaur (South Africa)
“Every 1 is precious”

"Our project focuses on empowering medical and military staff in Ukraine who are at the front line of war atrocities. Through Kundalini Yoga, meditation, and breathing exercises, we aim to strengthen the nervous system, sharpen the mind, develop intuition, increase courage, and build survival skills."
Jivan Mukta Singh (Spain)
“Supporting Ukraine in the Times of War”
"Radiant Women brings Kundalini Yoga to 30 vulnerable women in Manaus' outskirts every Saturday morning for 4.25 months, through the Renascer Maria Rebeca Institute. We provide mats and regional breakfast after the class and share photos and videos on social media to raise awareness."

Kirpal Sandeep (Brazil)
“Radiant Women – Kundalini Yoga for Women”

"Decolonized Yoga and Meditation seeks to return Yoga as a Medicine for the People by sharing the teachings of Kundalini Yoga in Prisoner of War Camps that still exist here on American soil; Indian Reservations, specifically POW #344 and surrounding communities."
Pavandeep Kaur (USA)
“Decolonized Yoga and Meditation”
"PREM, A Tranquil Heart, raises the quality of life of inmates in Araucanía with kundalini yoga practices for 10 months in a prison. Two weekly classes, including materials and psychological monitoring. Surveys at the beginning and closing to measure impact and systematize the process."

Saran Vedya Kaur (Chile)
“PREM A Tranquil Heart”

"The project promotes Level 1 Teacher Training in Ukraine for those affected by the war, to be led in person by Simran Singh and online by Infinite Goddess School led by Dr. Haridass. Stabilizing the hearts and minds of the war-torn people of Ukraine, this training will create teachers and leaders to serve their communities."

Simran Singh (USA)
“Creating Teachers in Ukraine with the Heart of Guru Ram Das”

"Experience Guyana's beauty with Carbet Planetarium's itinerant project. Intergenerational and intercultural activities include kundalini yoga, storytelling, cultural performances, dance, and vegetable dye workshops."

Tabita Rezaire (Guyane)
“Carbet Planétarium”

"The project aims to construct a yoga room in an ashram in Turkey to support a community of 10 online Kundalini yoga teachers who share their teachings through Instagram and paid programs. The ashram will serve as a sanctuary for people seeking inner peace and balance after the pandemic and earthquakes."

Sach Dhyan Kaur (Turkey)
“Building a Kundalini Yoga Center”

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If you are a US resident, note that this is a tax-refundable donation!

At one time there was a thriving community of Kundalini Yogis in Mozambique – but mostly they were expats. I was often the only black face in a room of white yogis. There is a longing to practice yoga in Mozambique by the people of Mozambique.”

Through this grant Bernasho had the opportunity to:

👉🏿 spread Kundalini Yoga and make it as widespread as all other kinds of yoga in Mozambique.
👉🏿 bring Kundalini yoga to Zambia so that people can benefit from the technology itself.
👉🏿 help yoga students access healing through this practice.

Two years ago, Siri Hardevi surrendered to her soul calling and started doing SEVA giving Kundalini Yoga in a Shelter for Women Survivor of Domestic Violence in Mexico City.

She is a certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher and has been teaching yoga in shelters for two years. The Kundalini Beyond Borders grant supports the expansion of these classes to more shelters in Mexico City. The women in the shelter are high-risk women who needed to leave their homes and protect themselves and their children from abuse. Siri Hardevi and her trained team have served many more women who are working to uplift their lives and the lives of their children.

Within the billions of people on the planet, so many are under-represented within most yoga communities.

How do we find ways to stand in solidarity with communities that may not traditionally have access to yoga?

Yoga leaders and teachers are expanding the reach and impact that Kundalini Yoga and Meditation can have in people’s lives, supporting the empowerment of underserved populations, with the help of the Kundalini Beyond Borders program. 

Your donation goes directly to a yoga teacher or trainer who is in a collaborative relationship with an under-resourced community. Through a grant selection process, a financial award will be given to bring Kundalini Yoga & Meditation materials, teaching and support to communities. Are you bringing Kundalini to an under-resourced community? Stay tuned for more info to apply for a grant, and for now, please share in the ripple effect of giving!

Here are some ways your donation could help:

⇒ Pay for translation of materials 

⇒ Pay rent in lower income areas for a teaching space for these communities

⇒ Pay for food for Kundalini gathering, meditation get togethers in under-resourced areas

⇒ Give scholarships to members of historically under resourced communities, providing teacher training to them so that they can return to their communities and keep sharing

⇒ Translation of teaching materials to global underserved areas

⇒ Rent and travel costs for teaching as seva programs

⇒ Yoga manuals and educational materials, translated and written for local communities


Standing in solidarity with communities that have been historically under-represented & under-resourced, we support leadership development in these beloved communities, creating a long term ripple effect that leads to Kundalini everywhere.

We are currently raising money for the 2024 grants!


We stand heart to heart, eye to eye, shoulder to shoulder, third eye to third eye in solidarity with under-resourced communities. With all the changes of the Aquarian Age, we are continually inspired by global leaderships that serve through outreach and community relationships. The ripple effect of the work of many practitioners leads to Kundalini Yoga and Meditation reaching every corner of the globe, bringing joy through the shared experience of group consciousness & collaboration.

I want to make a difference!