Welcome to the Kundalini Yoga Scotland community

Sat Nam dear ones,


We are facing extraordinary challenges these days. 

Extraordinary challenges require extraordinary tools and support networks. And this is where Kundalini Yoga community comes to the picture. Regular practice helps us to maintain our physical, mental and emotional health. It is also a constant reminder of staying present and the realisation that the joy of being is there beyond fear, depression and isolation. 


Many of us therefore keep on teaching using the virtual world. We keep on updating the website so that you can find these online classes that you can enjoy from your home. 

These are the teachers who are offering at the moment online classes (the list is expanding). 

You can find info of their classes either on their page here or on their own websites. 

Carole Monnier (Radha Shanti)

JaiShanti (Bogi)

Jenny Smith

Jo Gannon

Jo McCoy (Agia Dev)

Julia Coulson

Julia Melville

Nidhān Avtār (Jen Reid)

Carolyn McTaggart (Raj Adesh)

Ruth Moody

Shanti Nam Kaur (Mai)

Siri Akal

Stay healthy, happy and holy xx 

Pranam Mudra (Prayer Mudra)

We are happy that you are here.

We're a group of Kundalini Yoga Teachers in Scotland dedicated to sharing the technology and teachings of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan ®.​

Kundalini Yoga is also known as the Yoga of Awareness and is considered the most comprehensive of yoga traditions. It is an ancient form of yoga which is dynamic and transformative. 

It has already transformed our lives in wonderful and unexpected ways and if you are ready it can transform yours, too.

“Yoga is not going to make you great. Yoga is going to make you you!”

“…I can say with certainty that Kundalini Yoga has improved my overall mental health, positivity, focus and motivation, my physical health (weight loss, type 2 diabetes is vastly improved) and my relationships with myself and with others. It has helped me feel grounded, less anxious, less stressed, less angry, I'm now happier and able to practice gratitude and I can always find many things to be grateful for in every day…”

Shary, Kilwinning