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The 3HO Foundation Team

Meet the Staff of 3HO Foundation International

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Email: [email protected]

Pritpal Kaur is a KRI-certified Lead Teacher-Trainer. She has dedicated much of her life to sharing the practice of Kundalini Yoga and the 3HO Lifestyle around the world. Along with being a KRI Lead Trainer, she is also a Sat Nam Rasayan Yogic Healer, an E-RYT 500 with Yoga Alliance and a Spiritual Life Coach. Pritpal currently serves as CEO of 3HO Foundation International. She lives in New Mexico with her husband, Pritpal Singh.


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Marketing & Communications Director
Email: [email protected]

Puranjot supports 3HO Foundation through her work as the Marketing & Communications Director. She lives and works from her home on the coast of Mount Desert Island, Maine. She shares her life with her husband, three teenage children, and their dog, Luna. Outside of her work with 3HO, Puranjot runs a non-profit with her husband called Open Table MDI - an organization addressing food insecurity on Mount Desert Island, through the sharing of free weekly meals. Puranjot is a long-distance marathon swimmer and can be found most mornings in the lakes and ocean waters of MDI. She is also Assistant Coach for the island’s local swim team. On a snowy winter day, curling up with a latte and a book of Mary Oliver poetry brings her immense joy.  


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Chief Financial Officer
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 505.629.0692

Merle is the bookkeeper.


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Manager, Luminaries Program
Email: [email protected]

Seetal Prem manages the 3HO Luminary Program and assists with 3HO events programming. She lives and works from her home in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. She shares her life with her husband, their baby daughter Manuela, and two cats. She enjoys traveling, spending time in nature, reading and swimming.


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Spiritual Names Administrator
Email: [email protected] 
Phone: 505.927.1742

Kirpal helps send out the Spiritual Names


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Web Editor 
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Guru Tera generates and organizes web content and manages the Yogic Living newsletter. Formerly an Assistant Editor for Aquarian Times Magazine, she is a stickler for good old fashioned grammar and spelling. She took her first Kundalini Yoga class at Humboldt State College in California in 1972. She helped establish the Salt Lake City, UT ashram and then became part of the KY community in Seattle, WA. She has been living at the Mother Ashram in Espanola, New Mexico since 1999 with her husband and cat.