KRI Outstanding Achievement Award

One of the most beautiful facets of our community is the depth of service by so many members.  Teachers of Kundalini Yoga all around the world are finding innovative ways to serve and uplift members of their communities through the technology of Kundalini Yoga.  KRI is very happy and proud to annually offer the Outstanding Achievement Award to recognize some of these amazing individuals.

The KRI Outstanding Achievement Award honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the upliftment of humanity through the teachings of Kundalini Yoga.  These Honorees are people who have tirelessly served, some spanning decades.  The KRI Outstanding Achievement Award is an acknowledgement that says, “Thank you for your hard work and your service to humanity. We are so grateful to be walking this Path with you!”

In the past, the KRI board of directors selected who was selected for this award.  You can inspire yourself by reading about them and their contributions below.

Beginning in 2022, the process will be community-centric, opening the process of nomination to all students, teachers and trainers.  Anyone can nominate and anyone can be nominated for consideration.  And in the first quarter of 2022, the members of the Aquarian Trainer Academy will review the nominees and vote for the 2022 Award recipient(s).  

Nominations will be evaluated based on their service- so please make sure that your nominations include information about the breadth and depth of their service.  Nominations can be submitted via the online form at the bottom of this webpage. 

KRI Honorees 

 

Nominate a teacher to receive the KRi honor

Do you know someone who is doing outstanding work? We would like to know! Please fill out the following form to nominate someone.

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