This Kundalini yogi observes the world through yoga eyes, and takes all the lessons from his impressive list of guru’s and mentors with him. Yoga doesn’t make you a good person, but it does put you in the best possible position to be a good person.
Practising for almost two decades, Amir was classically trained in the Spiritual Art of Kundalini Yoga under the close observations of a host of world-renowned and internationally revered Guru mentors.
He is now a Senior Mentor to hundreds of students himself, working for many years with members of the public sector, charity organizations that support people in recovery, young offenders and people with particular special needs. His private client list and a worldwide consultancy comprise Top Level professional sportsmen and women, business leaders, celebrities and CEO's of large multinational organizations.
Having conducted in excess of 30,000 public and private classes in London and across the world, Amir brings a reassuring calmness into any learning environment, be it group or one to one. He has bought by example, many of his students into the teaching profession and consolidated their practice of the Spiritual arts.
Amir Jaan has a gift for neutralizing the atmosphere of both the outer world and inner landscapes of attendees by sharing openheartedly his own ever-deepening experiential knowledge of Yogic science combined with the presence and confidence of knowing. Those qualities can only be purchased with the currencies of time, dedicated daily practice and patience. His deep interest and extensive experience in the field of Humanology make him a powerful instrument to assist those with a desire and need to approach character and health transformation in an organic, safe & self-healing way.
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Often times people ask me: “will doing Yoga make me a better person?” And I have to go: “no, actually it won’t.” But it will put you in the strongest possible position to keep choosing to be a good person.