Patanjali Kundalini Yoga-Care has two branches: PKYC-USA and PKYC-India.
PKYC-USA offers services to residents of North America (USA and Canada) and the United Kingdom.
PKYC-India provides guidance to residents of all other parts of the world.
The application process and retreat format of these two branches of PKYC vary somewhat.
North American applicants send their Three Histories directly to PKYC-USA for their Kundalini Assessment. If they are interested and qualified, they can be considered for participation in a small two-week Initial Spiritual Guidance Retreat in Tennessee to improve their spiritual process. North Americans should contact:
Patanjali Kundalini Yoga-Care-USA
Tel: 865-531-2004 Fax: 865-531-0990
Office hours: Monday—Friday, 10:00-3:00 EST
Non-North American applicants contact our representative in Switzerland for information about sending in their Three Histories for PKYC-India to receive an assessment of their Kundalini process. Once told the kind of rising they have, qualified applicants may be considered for participation in a small six to eight week retreat in India to improve their spiritual process. Non-North Americans should contact:
Patanjali Kundalini Yoga-Care-India
c/o Maya Preisig
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Patanjali Kundalini Yoga-Care is a spiritual direction service for sincere qualified spiritual seekers who have adequate stability of body, energy, mind, life situation, and resources so they can sustain regular spiritual practice and a secure, healthy, spiritual lifestyle during and after their Initial PKYC Retreat.
PKYC provides individualized spiritual recommendations and guidance for promoting spiritual development. It supports serious motivated aspirants to live and progress spiritually while maintaining a peaceful, productive life in the world.
PKYC does not provide medical, psychological, or emergency services and is not designed to address emotional or health crises or instabilities. It is not a clinic or a yoga center. Each consultee accepts responsibility for his or her own progress through study, discernment, supportive lifestyle, stable life situation, and regular spiritual practice.