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Jyoti Shines A Light: Betty Muller

Kundalini Yoga

We’re excited to announce the opportunity to experience Kundalini Yoga at Jyoti. This class is an uplifting blend of spiritual and physical practices that incorporates movement, dynamic breathing techniques, meditation, and the chanting of mantras, such as Sat Nam, meaning “truth is my identity.” This building of physical vitality and increased consciousness will be led by Betty — register here!

Meet Betty Muller

Betty Muller began her yoga journey when she was in her early 20s. She has been physically active since she was a little girl, as a ballet dancer and an athlete in high school. Betty fell in love with many styles of yoga such as Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and Hot Yoga, therefore deciding to become certified as a 200-Hr Vinyasa Yoga Instructor with Always-at-Aum school in 2015, to grow her love + passion for sharing yoga with her community. In 2015, Betty took her first Kundalini Yoga class. She was amazed by how this practice of yoga, using a combination of pranayama, asana, mantras, and mudras were so powerful and highly effective at helping align the physical body, balance the energy field and raise vibrations to bring an individual to a state of health, wellness, and vitality!

“Yoga Is Life”

Betty trained with teachers Mahan Rishi Khalsa and Nirbhe Kaur at The Kundalini of Long Island Yoga center in Northport and became certified as a Kundalini Yoga practitioner. She has taken the name Kalyan Sita Kaur which she uses as a daily reminder of the spiritual practice/dedication as a spiritual teacher. As a language teacher, Betty attends conferences and workshops where she shares her practice with other educators around the world so that they can also benefit from the same things that inspired her. Betty stays connected to her love for yoga by attending yoga classes, participating in workshops, and attending festivals (like Sat Nam Fest) to deepen her spiritual practice. She will be taking the next Kundalini Level 2 yoga training in 2020. Betty says that yoga is life, and she cannot see herself living without it. She is honored and blessed to share the love and passion for Kundalini Yoga with many educators and students around the world.