Our commitment to quality:
All regular and guest teachers at Cosmic Flow Kundalini Yoga Center are
KRI Certified Instructors of Kundalini Yoga as Taught by Yogi Bhajan®,
and registered with the International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association (IKYTA).
The Level One KRI Aquarian Teacher® Training course consists of a 220-hour
program that also fulfills the Yoga Alliance RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) 200-hour requirement.
Many Cosmic Flow teachers have taken Level Two trainings and beyond.
Guru Mantra Singh
Guru Mantra Singh is a certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher. He studied directly with Yogi Bhajan, Master of Kundalini Yoga for more than 30 years and served on his security staff in the early 70’s. He received Level III Sat Nam Rasayan® Certification, the highest level in the International School of Sat Nam Rasayan, and is recognized worldwide.
Meherbani Kaur Khalsa
Meherbani Kaur Khalsa is a KRI Lead Kundalini Yoga teacher trainer and the Founder of Cosmic Flow. She has practiced and taught Kundalini Yoga most of her adult life and teaches from her heart with simplicity and humor. In addition to Kundalini Yoga, Meherbani also practices and teaches Yogi Bhajan’s healing art of Sat Nam Rasayan®.
Dhyan Kaur Khalsa
Dhyan Kaur Khalsa began her training at the Guru Ram Das Ashram in Mexico City in 2001, where she gained a daily experience of conscious living and spiritual commitment. She has been teaching ever since. She graduated from UCSD in 2014 with a B.S. in Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience, and currently works as a Behavioral Health Educator specializing in mental health and overall wellness. She uses Kundalini Yoga and Humanology as the backbone of her work, and as a way to share these ancient teachings with rural and underserved communities in San Diego County. Dhyan believes yoga and self-care should not be considered luxuries. She is certified as a Level II and Radiant Child Yoga instructor, and has been teaching babies, children, and adolescents for the last 6 years. She aspires to inspire all, and to be of service.
Guru Amrit Kaur Khalsa
Guru Amrit Kaur Khalsa has been teaching Yoga since 2000. She directed an Ashram for five years with her husband, SS Babaji Singh, and became a Teacher Trainer in 2002. She is a Reiki Master and certified in EMF. She is a 3rd level Sat Nam Rasayan healer and has finished the Level 2 KRI Training. As a trainer, she had the privilege to participate with a great team of teacher trainers in Mexico and in the US. She was part of the Board of directors in 3HO San Diego.
The most important and honorable participation she has had in Sikh Dharma worldwide was to help in the revision of the translation in Spanish of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, who was accepted in the different Thakats of India, including the Golden Temple.
She has a Master degree and a PhD in Philosophy (Suma Cum Laude), and was also a professional ballerina.
Paul Moreno is a KRI Certified Level 1 Instructor and began teaching in 2015. Favorite mantras include Sat Siri Akal and Guru Ram Das. He has fallen in love with the experience and practice of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation, and the way it makes him feel. His other passions are surfing, the ocean, travel, music, and burritos! He strives to live by Yogi Bhajan’s advice: “if you want to master something, teach it.”
Dana Reece (Prempal Kaur)
Dana Reece, PhD, holds advanced degrees in Writing, Literature, and Education. She is a college professor as well as being a 3HO, KRI, and Yoga Alliance certified Kundalini Yoga Instructor, and an Inner Space Technique (IST) Practitioner.
Dr. Reece has over 14 years’ experience in meditation and techniques designed to develop and strengthen the energetic body. She combines spiritual vision and practice with “real-world,” results-oriented practicality. Her teaching style is characterized by compassion, humor, and a fiery determination to move students through their self-imposed fears toward clarity and confidence to achieve their highest potential.
Lakhmi Chand has been practicing Kundalini Yoga under the tutelage of Yogi Bhajan since a young child. He comes from a family of teachers and his practice is a major part of his lifestyle. He first took teacher training while in high school in India at Mirri Pirri Academy, a school founded by Yogi Bhajan where students focused on lifestyle excellence. He also took the level 1 training with Krishna Kaur in Ghana. He is in the process of completing his Level 2’s.
Marisela De La Concha (Charanjot)
Marisela De La Concha has been teaching Kundalini Yoga since 2012. Her favorite meditation is Japji, and her favorite quote by Yogi Bhajan, “Keep up and you will be kept up.” In addition to teaching yoga, she serves on the boards of several nonprofit foundations, and also plays competitive tennis.
SatJiwan Kaur Khalsa
SatJiwan Kaur Khalsa has been studying, practicing, and teaching Kundalini Yoga for the past 20 years. She is a Certified KRI Level 1 & Level 2 Kundalini Yoga Teacher, Certified Khalsa Way Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher, Quality of Life & Spiritual Teacher, Raw Food Chef and Cleanse Facilitator.
She also has a deep appreciation for the healing powers of Ayurveda and essential oils and through much experience supports others to bring these into their practice and daily life.
SatJiwan studied directly with Yogi Bhajan, as well as many other phenomenal yogi’s and teachers around the world, including Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa and Gurushabd Singh Khalsa.
Living, Teaching and Serving in India for five years was an amazing journey and dream come true.
Martha Valdiosera has been teaching Kundalini yoga since 2009. She has imparted classes in San Diego, Rosarito and Tijuana. She loves sharing the experience and consciousness of this practice with others as she feels thankful and blessed to form part of.
Jenni Misura is a certified Level 1 Instructor. Her passions are sharing the benefits of kundalini yoga, dancing, reiki, and spending time with friends and family. She has also recently taken up the ukulele. Her favorite mantra is the Mul Mantra, and she does her best to live by Yogi Bhajan’s teaching, “If you can’t see God in all, you can’t see God at all.”
Chelcy Pine is a poet originally from Michigan. She moved to San Diego in 2013 and has been studying and teaching various types of yoga and meditation since the transition. Always having a deep interest and passion for healing and the human experience, she is now a certified Reiki Master and KRI Level 1 Certified Kundalini Instructor in addition to a certified Vinyasa, Hatha, and Yin instructor. Kundalini yoga and meditation have enabled her to be present and use her mind as a tool, and find depth and poetry in her day-to-day life. She is here to share the experience!
Dhyanjot Singh, aka “DJ,” has been practicing yoga since 1999 with training in Hatha, Kundalini, Anusara, Ashtanga Vinyasa, and Mystical Kabbalah. DJ has been KRI certified since 2009 with over 2500 hours teaching classes, workshops, nutritional cleanses, and sound healing. Dhyanjot is Yoga Alliance E-RYT certified, co-lead trainer at the Kundinyasa School of Yoga, and guest speaker in various teachers’ trainings. Dhyanjot has been influenced by many great teachers, including Yogi Bhajan, Patabhi Joyce, BKS Iyengar, Parmahansa Yogananda, Osho, and Sai Baba. His most recent teachers include Jennie Carlstead (La Jolla), GuruMeher (3HO Los Angeles), Dr. Joseph Michael Levry (NY/LA), and Siddhi Ellinghoven (Santa Barbara). Dhyanjot’s motto is to meet people where they are so the journey of transformation is accessible, empowering, and enjoyable. He offers life/nutritional coaching, gong lessons, and a Mastering the Self program.
Diana Otalvaro (Bhagti Kaur) discovered Kundalini Yoga in 2011 through a friend in her home country of Colombia, and immediately felt the change it made in her life. She began taking classes at Cosmic Flow (then the San Diego 3HO ashram) when she moved to San Diego in 2014, and graduated from Level 1 Teacher Training in 2016. She is fascinated by the vast study of healing, and also earned a Level 2 Reiki certification in Columbia. Her passion is sharing insights that have helped her in different aspects of life. Her favorite teaching from Yogi Bhajan is “Happiness is your birthright.” Outside the studio, Diana finds solace in nature and trees, and formerly worked as a Forestry Engineer in both public and private institutions.
Thomas Fessler discovered yoga in 2009, where he found relief from chronic pain, increased flexibility, and raised awareness. He enjoys practicing and teaching many styles of yoga. He began teaching in 2015, and earned KRI Level 1 Instructor credentials in 2016. His classes are engaging, inspiring, meditative, and rejuvenating. His goal is to guide students to greater awareness, both on and off the yoga mat.
Dennis O’Donald (Dev Ardas Singh) is a well-traveled spiritual seeker, intimate with mystical pursuits through the heritage of Western, Eastern, and First-Nations pathways. His spiritual name means “the divine embodiment of profound prayer and communication in the world.” He relates to this by seeking Grace through the experience and sacrifice (sacrifice = to make sacred) of physical discipline. Through the physical exercises and meditations of Kundalini Yoga, he has become increasingly aware of the energies of the infinite – the cosmic flow of the divine through both subtle and physical bodies. He aspires to access and balance the energies of the “Infinite One” through all levels of his being, and inspire this in his students, as well. By fully embodying both the physical and the infinite, he opens to stillness and resonates with Yogi Bhajan’s teaching to “sit like a lotus in the muddy waters and enjoy life.”
Sybilla Green Dorros
Sybilla Green Dorros trained as a KRI-certified instructor in Boston in 2001-2002. She moved to San Diego in late 2002 and began teaching Kundalini Yoga at the Mission Valley YMCA. She taught there twice a week for 13 years with a break when she served with the American Red Cross in Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2014, she went to Rishikesh, India to deepen her knowledge and experience of mindfulness and meditation. She has just returned to San Diego after a year working in Los Angeles.
Chand Dyal Singh Khalsa
Chand Dyal Singh Khalsa is a KRI certified Kundalini Yoga Instructor and has been teaching since 2015. He has a deep passion for mantras as a way to project consciousness through vibrating sound and using the body as an instrument. His favorite mantra is a “call and response” mantra and it is: bole so nihaal / sat siri akaal.
Chand Dyal’s yoga classes can be physically challenging, blissfully relaxing, or a mix of both, depending on the energy of the moment. He feels very blessed and honored to be teaching Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan and looks forward to sharing the transformative, fun, and magical spirit of Kundalini Yoga.
In addition to teaching yoga, Chand Dyal is a healer and practices as a holistic health practitioner and a certified massage therapist. Lately, he has been exploring the Kundalini yoga healing energy of Sat Nam Rasayan and has been incorporating that into his classes and workshops.
Har Dev Singh Khalsa
Har Dev Singh Khalsa is an international level One KRI Certified Instructor. At the age of twenty, he discovered the power and sweetness of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. Har Dev served and instructed students at Yogi Bhajan’s International High School, Miri Piri Academy in Amritsar, India. Har Dev has lived serving the community of Espanola, New Mexico home of KY Master Yogi Bhajan by leading early morning yoga and live music chanting for over four years. He has studied and worked closely with a vast array of Yogi Bhajan’s leading teachers and students in addition to his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. Har Dev’s Kirtan music is the perfect blend of East meets West with profound rhythm and soul performing within yoga classes, workshops, and kirtan concerts. His enthusiasm and experience make every class uplifting and meditatively profound.
What people say
My experiences with 3HO Foundation have been numerous and have spanned nearly 20 years. They include countless Kundalini yoga classes; White Tantric Yoga retreats, from one to 5 days, including Winter and Summer Solstice camps; as well as attending many workshops to study Sat Nam Rasayan with Guru Dev Singh and many practice sessions with Guru Mantra Singh, in addition to several Sat Nam Rasayan healing sessions with Guru Dev Singh.
The experiences I have had with the teachings of 3HO have been no less than transformative and always enlightening, empowering, energizing and ultimately reassuring in that they reinforce that each of us has the power to engage with and cultivate the benevolent power and well being that comes from our innate connectedness with the universe. 3HO has taught me practical, daily actions I can do to perceive the vast Light and Love that is ever present, to embody this Light and Love moment by moment, and to begin to radiate Light and Love more and more brightly so that I have come to understand that my thoughts, actions and energies are powerful co-creators with the universal, eternal source of Light and Love.
My assessment of the broad-reaching message of 3HO is that it is paradoxically simple: Journey deeply into yourself with awareness, strength, courage, determination, and commitment and you will experience your one-ness with the limitlessness of eternity.
3HO has taught me through tangible experiences that my mind and physical body, when joined in conscious, focused attention, are powerful tools for awakening wisdom and aligning my actions, as well as my beingness, with that wisdom. We all make choices at every moment to be Light, or something other than Light, and 3HO has helped me to more consistently choose the "Light" within my being - something Earth needs now, from each of us, more than ever before.
In 1990, I attended a yoga class at my gym, Kundalini Yoga. It was the 'Kriya for Elevation'. I felt I came home to myself! Another student was there and for a couple of years, we attended class. The teacher mentioned 'Teacher Training' and the other student signed up. I felt jealous, so I signed up! I have since been practicing on my own, substitute teaching, group or private classes and attending further training, encouraging others to do the same.
Kundalini Yoga helps to consolidate one's own understanding of energy, thought, and action. We are all teachers by example, whatever our level of consciousness. The Science of Kundalini Yoga builds a strong foundation from which to live life responsibly, joyously, with great humility and reverence for all life.
Meherbani creates an atmosphere of ease and inclusion, and teaches us how to allow the energies of life to simply be what they are. …. There is a sacredness to this practice, and it is always presented with respect and honor for its history and lineage.
Teacher Training has given me a powerful and super-effective methodology to face the challenges of life and meet my goals. Kundalini Yoga has become my backbone to move through the obstacles of life with ease and grace; it has ﬁlled my existence with purpose and the capacity to serve myself and others.