Kundalini Yoga
for Self-Care and Caregivers

A nurturing resource that includes Chair Yoga options

A program dedicated to the self-care of caregivers or anyone in need to attune to one’s own needs

35 transformative pranayamas, yoga sets and meditations to nourish your whole being

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Kundalini Yoga for Self-Care and Caregivers is a comprehensive program that empowers you to use yoga and meditation as tools for self-support and self-care. Written by experienced yoga teachers and caregivers, this book is grounded in the understanding of how deeply nurturing yoga can be in the often challenging journey of caregiving.

Through a series of 11 chapters, the program guides you on a journey of self-discovery, helping you to better understand your boundaries, recognize your needs more easily, improve your physical and mental flexibility, and cultivate self-acceptance.

Whether you’re an experienced yogi or new to the practice, Kundalini Yoga for Self-Care and Caregivers is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to care for themselves and others with compassion and grace.

Each chapter focuses on a different life theme, with yoga sets, breathing exercises, meditations, and other techniques designed to promote self-care and provide relief from life’s challenges.




“Back in 2021, when I was still living in the Netherlands, I became aware of Ivonne and Monique’s training program for Self-Care and Caregivers.  In my wanting to learn more about their program, they graciously sent me their training manual (which was in Dutch of course).  Well, one thing led to another, and in my desire to see their work accessible to even more people around the world, KRI decided to partner with them to come out with an English language version of their manual, edited to be a stand-alone book.

I hope that you will appreciate their approach to bringing Kundalini Yoga kriyas to new populations, that you find tips that you can apply in your own personal practice, and if you are a Kundalini Yoga teacher, maybe that you find inspiration to start a gentle class for this population!”

— Amrit Singh; KRI CEO

“I enjoyed the new KRI publication,  Kundalini Yoga for Self-Care and Caregivers. The Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan© kriyas are very effective and the chapter introductory narratives are well written, informative and inspiring. It is one of those books that, after you read the introductory basics chapter, you can start and practice in any chapter based on your need or inspiration for that day. I think this book will give caregivers the necessary tools, practices and the support they need to maintain their vitality and elevate their service.”

— Nirvair Singh Khalsa

This elegant presentation of Kundalini Yoga and meditation for self-care and caregivers provides a clear foundation for applying yoga and meditation for all levels of students and practitioners. The beauty of this book is in the depth of knowledge shared from the experienced authors. Ivonne Wopereis and Monique Siahaya present powerful and substantial topics for self-care and caregivers from their wealth of experience making it easy for all to create a yoga practice that is both practical and meaningful. Bravo!

— Hari Kaur Khalsa (NYC)

I was positively surprised by the deep effect of yoga on a chair. So if you are not able to practice regular yoga, yoga on a chair is a really a strong alternative. I’ve practiced the Kriya for Adrenals and Kidneys often, and every time again I really feel the energy streaming in both kidneys and adrenals; the area warms up, which results in feeling relaxed and refreshed.

Corry Bezuijen.

The book clearly and step by step describes how to perform the exercises on a mat and in a chair, with images for each pose. The additional information on the same page is really nice, so you can make adaptations suiting your abilities. It’s especially nice that you can pick a special theme or just one single part to do. It’s a handy activity book.”

Gonny Hoffs-Kamphuis.

During COVID19, I regularly practiced one of the book’s lessons alongside my weekly online yoga class. I created a small yoga space in my guest room, where I will not be disturbed. Ever since the physical lessons have restarted, I use the book less, but I still find exercises to do. Yoga brought me a lot in my daily life on both a conscious and unconscious level. I’ve learned to disconnect from daily concerns while practicing yoga in a class setting, and I can even do it at home; it makes me feel more relaxed. Especially in the last few days, when asthma has been bothering me a lot, I have felt supported by breathing exercises. My GP told me that I have an excellent breathing technique, which is great to hear. I think I unconsciously apply breathing techniques throughout the day, due to exercising and emphasizing the importance of good breathing. I am grateful.” 

Truus Huijskes.

For many years, I started my day with the same exercise from the book. My body defrosts, so to speak. In times of severe stress or anxiety, I revert to a special part in the book, which then immediately supports me. Yoga taught me how to get to know myself better.

Maria Tiehatten-Beumers.

Even for me, the one who is dependent on a caregiver, the Program Yoga for Self-care and Caregivers was very educational. I’ve learned a lot. I use the book every week.” 

Jose Bieshaar


Ivonne Wopereis

Facebook pages: @YogaNatuulijk; @kundaliniyogaforselfcare, @kundaliniyogaopdestoel; @yogavoormantelzorgers
LinkedIn: Ivonne Wopereis

Ivonne Wopereis has been a yoga practitioner for 19 years. In 2007, she began her Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training in Thailand and finished it in 2010 at Yoga Center Michon in Enschede, Netherlands. In 2011, she advanced her training by completing the Level Two module “Stress and Vitality,” which helped her better identify and handle stress issues using Kundalini Yoga practices.

Aside from stress and vitality, the elderly and vulnerable people have always been her primary interests. She attended the Fachausbildung Yoga für Senioren in Germany in 2014, where she studied specific strategies for teaching yoga to the elderly and vulnerable communities. To enhance her education, she attended Guru Ram Das Center seminars with Dr Shanti Shanti Kaur Khalsa on several modules of Yoga as Therapy. She began her studies in Sat Nam Rasayan in Amsterdam in 2016 in order to operate more intuitively, and she has attended various courses both at home and abroad. She has been teaching Kundalini Yoga since 2007 and designing chair adaptations of Kundalini Yoga programs since 2011.

Monique Siahaya

Facebook pages: @kundaliniyogaforselfcare; @kundaliniyogaopdestoel;  @yogavoormantelzorgers

Monique Siahaya, also known as Amrit Kriya Kaur, graduated from Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training in 1988 and has been teaching yoga ever since. She completed the Sivananda pregnancy yoga training in The Hague in 1990 as part of her development, and she finished her Kundalini Yoga Level Two training in the following decades. To focus even more on therapeutic yoga, she has learned Sat Nam Rasayan and completed several segments of Yoga and Therapy with Atma Jot and Dr Shanti Shanti Kaur Khalsa from the Guru Ram Das Center for Medicine & Humanology. 

She met people who couldn’t sit on the floor or stand for lengthy periods of time due to aging or disease while conducting regular Kundalini yoga lessons. As a result, she began to develop yoga variations for the chair, so that people of advanced age or illness might benefit from Kundalini Yoga practice as well. She has been teaching yoga on a chair in nursing homes since 2002. Her passions and areas of competence include yoga for the elderly, chair yoga, and pregnancy. In 2011, she and fellow kundalini yoga teachers in Germany created the 3HO Fachausbildung für Senioren, a professional training course specialized in yoga for the elderly.



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