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An interview with Laurie Coughlin,
KRI Certified Kundalini Yoga Instructor
The heart of a yoga practice is learning to stay present to everything that unfolds, knowing that each experience is an opportunity to grow and fulfill the soul's purpose in this lifetime. Using breath work, posture and meditation, yoga offers powerful teachings for how to live and to die.
Kundalini Yoga, as taught by Yogi Bhajan, is known by practitioners as the Yoga of Awareness, and it contains many insights on the experience of death and dying. Drawing on these teachings, Laurie’s interview explores:
- a yogic perspective on the different types of death
- how to prepare for death
- the journey the soul takes as we leave the physical body
About Laurie Coughlin
Laurie has practiced Kundalini Yoga for 10 years. She was drawn to this style of yoga because of the deep meaning it holds. Every hand position, eye gaze, sound, breath and posture has a meaning and benefit to the body. Laurie became a teacher in 2015, and teaches out of her home south of Calgary. For more information, contact Laurie at firstname.lastname@example.org
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