Paramdhan Kaur had studied other forms of yoga, but the first time she tried Kundalini Yoga in 2007, she knew she had found a form of yoga that she felt a deep connection to. This began an immersion into the teachings that lead her to complete her 500 Hour Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training with KRI through studying around the world with some of the best Kundalini Yoga teachers of our time. Having studied Hypnosis and Reconnective Healing prior to her yoga studies, she found all she had learned about the mind body connection from those modalities was affirmed in the ancient technology of Kundalini Yoga. Paramdhan has been teaching Kundalini yoga since 2011 at both her studio and in the schools in Brighton, where she has volunteered to run a yoga and meditation program for students. Paramdhan believes that everyone can benefit from yoga and meditation, she teaches in a way that makes yoga both accessible and fun to students of all abilities. She is a member of IKYTA, a Certified Culinary Nutritionist and is currently an intern with the Aquarian Academy.
Jenny-Lynn Doucet was introduced to yoga in 1999 while serving in the Canadian Armed Forces. Throughout her 20 year career as an Air Traffic Controller, she experienced high levels of stress and used yoga and meditation to improve her overall health and wellbeing.
She has been teaching yoga since 2013 and in 2019, completed 500hrs of Advanced Teacher Training at Kripalu Centre for Yoga and Health in Massachusetts. Additional courses include: Meditation, Restorative Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Trauma Sensitive Yoga and Yoga for Children and Teens. She has experience teaching students suffering from PTSD, chronic pain and teaches all levels and ages, ranging from pre-school to seniors.
Jenny has a passion for studying and teaching the ancient practice of yoga as an antidote to the busyness of modern day life. Her studies in Meditation, Restorative Yoga and Trauma Sensitive Yoga have shaped her teaching the most. Her classes are focused on mindful movement and are designed to be restful and therapeutic.
Hello! My name is Megan Kawai, and I’m a new vinyasa yoga teacher here in Brighton. I have a huge passion for creative movement and strongly value pairing it with breath. I believe the body has just as much to say as our mind and giving it time, attention, and appreciation can help bring about overall balance as a whole.
I have always been a very physically active person. After 14 years of competitive rhythmic gymnastics I went to college for fitness and health promotion. Following graduation I moved right into personal training and coaching and after about a year of traveling decided to take yoga teacher training. Now I’m exploring the fusion of my passion for the body, yoga and self expression through teaching and practicing creative mindful movement.