Sampura Amrit Kaur

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Anilda’s passion for yoga began in 2008 after attending her first yoga class in search of ways to relieve and to cope with chronic back pain due to scoliosis and several injured discs in her spine. She quickly felt challenged through yoga to improve her own physical strength, breathing capacity, and her ability to be calm and concentrate the roaming tendencies of her mind. Anilda’s regular yoga practice has had a tremendous impact in her ability to manage and relieve the pain and discomfort of her physical conditions and its emotional side effects. She uses her passion for yoga to inspire her students to live up to their fullest potential. She strongly believes that yoga can be useful and beneficial to all and her goal is to make yoga accessible to everyone. She gravitates toward sharing the benefits of yoga with people who have physical limitations, various health issues, suffer from trauma and addiction and the fast-growing senior population.

Anilda’s teaching style and nurturing spirit offers a practice that is clear, precise, detailed, compassionate and sensitive. She specializes in therapeutic applications of yoga to stay functional, release tension, stretch and strengthen the body, relax the mind and lift the spirit. She understands how to modify the postures and effectively designs safe, creative and enjoyable yoga sequences to make them accessible to virtually anyone who wants to effectively incorporate yoga into their wellness routine.

Anilda incorporates Pranayama (breathing techniques) and Meditation as part of her classes. She believes that our breath is like a diamond and can be used to cut through all of the stress and external pressures the world brings. The body follows the state of our mind, but the mind follows the state of our breath.  “If you are able to use your own breath to relax, to stop anxiety and to develop a one point focus mind, you will have more energy and a better sense of yourself.”

Anilda currently teaches Kundalini Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Yin Yoga, Chair Yoga and Restorative Yoga at various locations in Volusia County. She also offers private classes and will work with your individual needs to get you comfortable with a yoga practice.

You may not live to it; you may live to it. But it is the guiding force. And, it is a prayer. 

What is a prayer? It’s a calling. That’s it!  And you answer the calling. You get uplifted.”


spiritual name

Sampura Amrit Kaur

The sacred Princess/Lioness who receives the heartfelt nectar of God’s grace by realizing that she is perfect and complete.

Sampuran means perfect and complete. Amrit refers to the nectar of God’s grace; the sweetness of God touching and opening one’s heart. Kaur – the Princess/Lioness of God who walks with grace and strength throughout her life.

The power of your spiritual name is that a spiritual name is a vibration.  The more you speak and hear it, the more it permeates your being, opening you to experience of its nadh (inner sound current). It helps you to elevate your energy consciously.  It is your spiritual, soul identity.  It is challenging you to live in your highest consciousness. Making the choice to receive a spiritual name is taking a step toward leaving old patterns behind and connecting more deeply with your infinite self.  A spiritual name is not a nickname, trend, fad or fashion, but expresses your identity as a spiritual being.

“Our spiritual names became our tools – which daily touched our hearts, impacted our words and delicately influenced our actions – transforming us and releasing us from the insecurities of the past.”

— Nirinjan Kaur (Director of Spiritual Names)


“Use the power of your name, Sampuran Amrit Kaur, to reveal your gift of easily receiving the nectar of God’s grace into your heart by understanding your own complete perfection. Meditate on the sweetness and affection of this sacred blessing with each breath. In this way those around you are joyfully elevated by your spirit’s total oneness with the Divine. Let the sound of your name lead you to the highest fulfillment of your soul.” — Nirinjan Kaur (Director of Spiritual Names)

Yoga Education

Kundalini Research Institute

KRI Level 1

Kundalini Yoga Center

Lead Trainer: Gurudass Kaur Khalsa

Completed 2019, Florida

KRI Level 2

In Progress


Dream Hive

Lead Trainer – Guru Dharam & Siri Sat

Completed 2020, New York City

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Dream Hive

Lead Trainer – Guru Dharam & Siri Sat

Completed 2020, Online

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Yoga Alliance

RYT 200

Hot House Yoga

Lead Trainer: Shelly Kwiatkoski

Completed 2013, Ormond Beach, FL

RYT 500

Hot House Yoga

Lead Trainer: Shelly Kwiatkoski

Completed 2015, Ormond Beach, FL

RYT 200

Hot House Yoga

Lead Trainer: Shelly Kwiatkoski

Completed 2016, Ormond Beach, FL

Trainings & Workshops

21 Stage Of Meditation

Kundalini Yoga East

Lead Trainer: Simran K. Khalsa

2020 Online

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Yoga For Trauma Recovery

Lead Trainer: Lisa Danylchuk, LMFT, E-RYT

2020 Online

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Dharma Warrior Immersion

Life Force Academy

Lead Trainer: Jai Dev Singh

2019 Menla / 2020 Online

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Yoga For Seniors

Duke Institute of Integrative Medicine

2015 North Carolina

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Plum Village Meditation Retreat

Plum Village

Lead Trainer: Thick Nhat Hahn

2014 Thénac, France

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Vipassana Meditation

Southeast Vipassana Center

2014 Jessup, Georgia