Hi, I’m Taranjeet Kaur (aka Taran), I’m so excited your here
I started a journey into yoga aged 12, learning Hatha Yoga from a book I picked up in the shop with my Mum. No one around me talked about Yoga or did it, it was my guide book.
I practiced Bikram Hot Yoga till my early twenties. It was then that I rediscovered Art through Journaling, writing free style and painting with Acrylics. I love every minute of my self – taught journey. Looking back it became a safe haven in a turbulent time and it became my only source of expression. I later did a drawing course that taught me many skills though pushed my painting aside.
In my late twenties I was given a book on Kundalini Yoga and the heating system packed up for weeks at the same time (no more hot Yoga).
I started daily Sadhanas and it transformed my life.
I went from choosing boozy nights to dedicating myself to morning meditations. I chose to ditch excessive make up and go minimal.
I saw the bigger picture of where my life was and where it could be taking me and I pivoted myself a new path. I left an emotionally unhealthy relationship with only my own courage and the things that could fit in my car. I left my creative space and found it hard to create anything, though did anyway in a tiny room.
I started over.
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom”.
I chose the Sikh way of life in 2018 (I’ve had two names previous one from birth the other from the Yogis).
I taught classes at home, at events and then in studios when I moved to London to be with my husband
In 2019 I started Counselling as a career path. I am embarking on a journey of recovery to my whole self.
Writer. Artist. Support worker. Wife. Mum of one. All these things and more.
I’m navigating life as it happens and learning to surrender to how life is unfolding while living truly too.
"The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are".