I’ve been traveling and away from Los Angeles for almost three months now. I’ve had both enjoyable and challenging experiences. I’ve met beautiful, inspiring people. I’ve been living in the moment, planning for the future, growing tremendously and generally having a blast.
But there were a few things I left behind in LA that were missed during that time.
Recently my travels brought me to Boston for a few weeks, and I craved some Kundalini magic. I searched online and was thrilled to discover that a Kundalini Yoga studio was recently opened in Cambridge, near Inman Square, just north of Boston.
Kundalini Yoga Boston (KYB for short) was founded by two extraordinary women.
The first, Siri Bani Kaur (Cindy Ludlam), greeted me as I walked in with a beautiful smile and radiant presence. Siri Bani, who taught the class, is a certified K.R.I. Kundalini Yoga Instructor, certified Level 2 Radiant Child Yoga Instructor, certified Level 2 Reiki Practitioner, and has been practicing many styles of yoga (Kundalini, Power, Flow, Bikram, Ashtanga) for over 12 years. Siri Bani facilitates health/wellness and yoga/mindfulness programs; training for teachers, parents, children, young adults, and health professionals that improve academic achievement, physical fitness, emotional and spiritual intelligence and stress management.
The second owner and co-founder is Siri Ram Kaur Khalsa, who brings the wealth of knowledge and stories of inspiration from the time she worked with Yogi Bhajan. One of the original White Tantric Yoga facilitators selected personally by Yogi Bhajan, Siri Ram travels worldwide to facilitate White Tantric Yoga. She served in the secretariat of Sikh Dharma, an organization aimed at spreading the teachings of the Sikh Gurus across the world and was also the Editor in Chief of Aquarian Times Magazine. She is a certified K.R.I. Kundalini Yoga Instructor and teaches regularly at Kundalini Yoga Boston.
Both Siri Ram and Siri Bani have a strong connection to art. Siri Bani (Cindy) is an artist and art instructor, and she exhibits her work globally, and together with Siri Ram she founded the Inman Square Gallery, a small gallery residing in the KYB studio and showcasing artists whose work inspires consciousness transformation.
The yoga class, enhanced with live music, was rejuvenating for my body as well as for my soul. It felt great to stretch my meridians, to purify my aura, to circulate my Prana and give my internal organs a good massage.
I’m so grateful for being able to visit this East Coast sanctuary. I will surely come back for more.
For more info, class schedule and directions, please visit their website.