Each topic of the course is presented by a guest teacher, each of whom brings his or her special expertise to the topic. All of our presenters are long-time teachers and mentors in Sikh Dharma.
See the calendar of topics and presenters.
Amandeep Singh is a counselor and also a scholar with the Kundalini Research Institute. He holds BSc in Information System and Software Engineering, MSc in Counselling and MA in Comparative Studies of World Religions. Trained in both the Nirmala Sikh Tradition of Guru Gobind Singh and the Udasi Sikh Tradition of Baba Sri Chand, he is also a certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, Healer and a teacher of Eastern Spirituality.
Being inspired by the teachings of his master, Yogi Bhajan, he travels around the globe sharing the teachings of Kundalini Yoga and Sikh Dharma. His sessions guide participants though an experience of physical and psychological release so that they can know the delight and therapeutic well-being of these ancient technologies. He brings great depth, accuracy, joy and spontaneity to his teaching. Read more about Yogi Amandeep Singh ji.
Awtar Kaur Khalsa: Spiritual Warrior
Awtar Kaur Khalsa has been living, studying, and teaching in Kundalini Yoga ashrams since 1972. She sat at the feet of Yogi Bhajan with a notebook, timer, and camera, prompting him to remark, “She has perfect notes.”
She is a senior teacher trainer and has taught throughout the United States and overseas. Awtar uses generous doses of humor to inspire her students to expand, both in group and private classes.
Awtar has been married 30 years and her daughter is also a Kundalini Yoga teacher. She is the director of The Kundalini Yoga Center in San Francisco.
Daya Singh: The Four Pillars of Sikh Dharma – Guidelines for Conscious Living; Gurbani, Gurmukhi, Naad Yoga, and Nitnem
Mukhia Singh Sahib Daya Singh Khalsa is a minister of Sikh Dharma. He has lived in Española, NM, the “home of the Khalsa” since 1973, and has directed Public Affairs and Government Affairs for Sikh Dharma in New Mexico for the past 25 years. He is on the Board of the Guru Ram Das Center.
In 1980 Daya Singh co-founded Akal Security, and served as its President for ten years. He retired in 2015. Akal Security was the largest privately held company in New Mexico for more than ten years in the 2000s. It provides professional security officers to the US Government to protect critical national security facilities.
From 2012 to 2015 Daya Singh was founding Chairman and member of the Yogi Products Board of Directors. Yogi Products is the largest manufacturer of healing herbal teas in the United States and in Europe, selling almost one-billion “yogi-tea” tea bags in 2016.
Daya Singh lives in Española with his wife Sat Nirmal Kaur. Their daughter Hari Simran Kaur is an ayurvedic health practitioner and Kundalini Yoga teacher in Santa Monica, CA.
Dharam Dev Kaur and Siri Marka Singh Khalsa: Marriage and Dharmic Relationships
Dharam Dev Kaur and her husband Siri Marka Singh have lived in Los Angeles, CA, for many years.
Dharam Dev Kaur served the Siri Singh Sahib with her family in Los Angeles for many years. She first discovered these Teachings while in high school over 40 years ago. She has been a Marriage, Family, and Child Counselor in private practice for over 26 years in Beverly Hills, incorporating the best of western psychology and eastern yogic philosophy to equip her clients with tools to thrive.
Presently she is a Teacher Trainer at Los Angeles’s Yoga West, Golden Bridge, and Seventh Chakra, and in San Diego. She teaches weekly classes at Golden Bridge centered on constructively channeling the energy of emotions.
Siri Marka Singh has been teaching Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan for over 44 years. He is a Yogic Coach/Counselor in Beverly Hills and a Kundalini Yoga Lead Teacher Trainer, specializing in the “Art of Living, Loving, and Being Happy.”
At Summer Solstice 2016 he taught a class entitled “Sustainable Love.” In both English and Spanish, he teaches Kundalini Yoga and Meditation to people from all walks of life, from farm workers to physicians, from businessmen to artists. He currently leads a Teacher Training program in Mexico City and Viña Del Mar, Chile. At Golden Bridge Santa Monica, he teaches joyful and inspiring weekly classes delivering simple, transformative truths that open your heart.
Dharam Dev Kaur and Siri Marka Singh teach many workshops for cultivating and enhancing relationships and inviting resilience while grieving, such as “Love Beyond Time and Space,” “Grief: Romancing the Loss,” “The Language of Love,” and “Grief: Transcending Loss.”
Ek Ong Kaar Kaur Khalsa: The Four Pillars of Sikh Dharma – Guidelines for Conscious Living; Gurbani, Gurmukhi, Naad Yoga, and Nitnem
Ek Ong Kaar Kaur is an ordained minister of Sikh Dharma and a certified Kundalini Yoga Instructor. For nearly 20 years, she has been an ardent student of Eastern spirituality.
Since 1998 Ek Ong Kaar Kaur has resided in Española, New Mexico. As a writer, Ek Ong Kaar Kaur has presented various papers at Sikh conferences. She has also written many essays and stories that can be found online, at sikhnet.com.
Ek Ong Kaar Kaur began to work for SikhNet during which time she helped develop the daily SikhNet News and SikhNet’s emergency response system. At the request of the late Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji, Ek Ong Kaar Kaur has begun the process of translating the Siri Guru Granth Sahib into English. Her translation of Japji Sahib: The Song of the Soul was released in book form in March, 2005. Since then she has also published her translation of Anand Sahib.
GuruGanesha Singh Khalsa: Prosperity Consciousness and Dasvandh
GuruGanesha Singh is a Minister of Sikh Dharma and a certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, and has been a student of Yogi Bhajan since 1972. GuruGanesha is the founder of Spirit Voyage Music and Records, the main producer and distributor of Kundalini Yoga music in the West.
He is also a World Sacred Music artist who inspires people around the world to sing and rejoice in the Divine. Bringing Snatam Kaur’s musical gifts onto the world stage, he toured with her for 11 years, and is now making music and touring with the GuruGanesha Band.
Starting out working as a dishwasher at the Golden Temple Conscious Cookery in Washington DC in 1972, his love of and trust in Guru Ram Das and the power of positivity eventually brought him to become one of the most sought-after sales trainers in the high tech/software industry worldwide, teaching a consultative, integrity-based way of doing business. GuruGanesha and Karan Khalsa co-wrote a book called Yoga and Mantras for Prosperity. GuruGanesha means “the Guru’s remover of obstacles”, and he teaches the secrets of prosperity with an enlivened, fun style.
GuruGanesha lives in Herndon, VA with his wife, Mata Mandir Kaur, and has been blessed to be a part of the DC/VA ashram community since 1972.
Guruka Kaur Khalsa: Seva
Guruka Kaur is a Minister of Sikh Dharma and a woman of deep devotion and prayer. From the time she first met Yogi Bhajan in 1971, she has devoted herself to serve the mission of 3HO and Sikh Dharma with and integrity, truth, and great love.
After spending some time in ashrams in New York, Guruka Kaur and her husband Guruka Singh (founder of SikhNet) struck off to serve a 3HO “outpost.” In 1974, they became the directors of a 3HO Ashram in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio was quite conservative, far from the epicenter of the cultural revolution of the 1960’s, but the Gurukas made a cozy home and built a thriving ashram. They taught classes everywhere; in prisons, women’s centers, hospitals, and wherever else people were in need. Guruka Kaur completed nursing school and began a successful career as an operating room nurse.
They served for 15 years in Ohio before Guruka Singh took a technology job in California. The work there was exciting and challenging, but they missed the sangat. In 1992, Yogi Bhajan told them to come live with him in New Mexico. Guruka Kaur worked for 3HO and the then newly-formed International Kundalini Yoga Teacher’s Association (IKYTA). In 2003, she was appointed the Executive Director of IKYTA, serving Kundalini Yoga teachers around the world. In 2015, Guruka Kaur founded the office of Ethics & Professional Standards & Conscious Conflict Resolution (EPS) to serve Kundalini Yoga teachers and also the Yogi Bhajan legacy organizations, including Sikh Dharma, 3HO, and KRI.
Guruka Singh Khalsa: The Gift of Amrit; The Four Pillars of Sikh Dharma – Guidelines for Conscious Living; Gurbani, Gurmukhi, Naad Yoga, and Nitnem
Mukhia Singh Sahib Guruka Singh Khalsa is the original founder of SikhNet. He is co-founder of the computer consulting firm Sun & Son, served as Senior Producer at a major entertainment software company, and now serves as President and CEO of SikhNet.
One of the original 25 teachers trained directly by Yogi Bhajan, he is still teaching Kundalini Yoga all around the world. His YouTube videos and writings are an ongoing source of inspiration to the global “cybersangat.” Guruka Singh’s love of poetry and Gurbani has led him to translate Yogi Bhajan’s Gurmukhi poems in Furmaan Khalsa (1987) along with publishing his English poetry in the volume The Game of Love (2004.)
Guruka Singh’s most recent book is Heroes, Saints, and Yogis — Tales of Self-Discovery and the Path of Sikh Dharma (2011.) He lives under the blue skies of New Mexico with his beloved Khalsa family.
Guruprakash Kaur: Prosperity Consciousness and Dasvandh
Guruprakash Kaur was born in 1979 and grew up as a Sikh and student of the Siri Singh Sahib’s with her family in Altadena, CA. She attended Miri Piri Academy in Amritsar, India, and after college, returned to MPA to serve as faculty for several years. Guruprakash Kaur then began her journey at Sikh Dharma International as the Director of Fund Development, 2008 through 2009. After some time off to focus on raising her two boys, she came back to the position in January of 2015.
Guruprakash Kaur has been an avid supporter of Sikh Dharma International and the concept of tithing to Dasvandh ever since her first pay check. Serving this Dharma’s prosperity through Fund Development is a blessing and source of joy and fulfillment.
Guruprakash Kaur lives in Espanola, NM with her husband, Guru Darbar Singh, and sons, Ravijit Singh and Sukhprem Singh. She enjoys singing Kirtan in Gurdwara, connecting with the local sangat, practicing Kundalini yoga and meditation, and spending time with her family.
Har Darshan Kaur Khalsa: Death, Dying, and Funerals
Har Darshan Kaur has been a minister of Sikh Dharma since 1993. In addition to working with individuals and families dealing with illness and death, she has also had the opportunity to facilitate the funeral and cremation of a sangat member. During that experience, she became aware of how unprepared we can all be for death, and issues specific to Sikh death practices. When we are prepared, grace can prevail.
Har Darshan is also a licensed professional counselor and a Kundalini yoga teacher and teacher trainer.
Hari Dharam Kaur Khalsa: The Formation of Sikh Character through Sikh History; The Four Pillars of Sikhism – Guidelines for Conscious Living
Hari Dharam Kaur is the Chief Granthi of Siri Singhasan e Khalsa Gurdwara in Española, New Mexico. For years, she has taught classes in Sikh Dharma, Gurmukhi, and Shabad Guru.
Hari Dharam Kaur is dedicated to sharing knowledge so all can experience the blessing of reading from the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, serving in Gurdwara, and learning Sikh history through her delightful storytelling. She is renowned for reading from the Siri Guru Granth Sahib in a way that penetrates into the heart and soul. The Siri Singh Sahib has said that Hari Dharam Kaur brings God on Earth when she reads from the Siri Guru Granth Sahib and that whosoever learns from her will be rewarded on Earth and blessed in the Heavens.
Hari Dharam Kaur was blessed to learn with the Siri Singh Sahib for over twenty years, and in gratitude for these teachings, she often travels around the world to share about Sikh Dharma as taught by the Siri Singh Sahib.
Hari Kaur is the founder and owner of Healthcare Whisperer, a healthcare advocacy company. She is a family nurse practitioner dedicated to assisting people receive the best possible healthcare. She received her BSN/RN from Hunter College in New York and MSN/FNP from the University of New Mexico. She was trained in medical acupuncture from Harvard University School of Continuing Education, and has studied homeopathy and Ayruvedic medicine.
Hari Kaur’s life as a Sikh began in 1975 when she met the Siri Singh Sahib in Anchorage, Alaska. She worked in India where she served as medical director for Guru Nanak Fifth Centenary School and Guru Ram Das Academy in Rajpur from 1985-1991. During that time, she learned Gatka and studied the life and writings of Guru Gobind Singh. She climbed Hemkund, spent time at Paonta Sahib – the place where Guru Gobind Singh wrote Jaap Sahib – and experienced the grandeur of Anandpur Sahib. She currently lives in Seattle with her husband, Siri Akal Singh. Hari Kaur is an avid cyclist and enjoys triathalons.
Dr. Harjot Kaur Khalsa: History and Composition of Siri Guru Granth Sahib
Harjot Kaur first met Siri Singh Sahib Ji when she was 12 years old, and he was the main force behind her becoming a physician. Siri Singh Sahib Ji was actively involved in every aspect of her life as a father, mentor, and teacher. He was instrumental in many projects that she completed in Calgary.
The Siri Singh Sahib’s impact on her life is nothing short of monumental as he taught her about communication, character, strength of women, Sikhism, the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, the strategy to deal with situations, and more.
Dr. Harjot Kaur is a Family Physician with a very active practice in Calgary, Canada, providing a caring and spiritual approach to medical care for all her patients.
Jivan Joti Kaur Khalsa PhD: Death, Dying, and Funerals
Jivan Joti Kaur started Kundalini Yoga with Yogi Bhajan in 1970. She is a New Mexico Licensed Counselor and a Sat Nam Rasayan teacher and practitioner. She travels nationally and internationally training Kundalini Yoga teachers in Level I and II, The 21 Stages of Meditation, and in Sat Nam Rasayan.
One of her passions is to give workshops on how to prepare for death oneself, and how to help someone else prepare for this momentous transition. She has written two books, The Art of Making Sex Sacred and Dying Into Life: The Yoga of Death, Loss and Transformation. Her third and latest book, The Yoga of Aging and Chronic Illness: Transforming a Curse into a Million Rays of Light, will be out in 2015.
Jujhar Singh Khalsa: History of Sikh Dharma
Jujhar Singh is a UK-born Sikh of Punjabi heritage. He has had the blessing of travelling the world sharing Sikh heritage, technology, and experience with children and young adults at camps, workshops, and retreats for the last 15 years.
Jujhar has been enriched by many Sikh traditions, including Damdami Taksaal, Nihang Panth, Nanaksari, GNNSJ, Namdhari, and Western Sikh Dharma. He brings a diverse and passionate perspective to the Guru.
Jughar Singh had the good fortune of studying Gurmukhi and Gurbani by Giyani Bharpoor Singh of Sato Gali Taksaal. He is continuing to learn traditional Keertan from Harjinder Singh Lallie (student of Surjit Singh Namdhari) and has been studying Kundalini Yoga from SS Chioneso Kulwant Kaur Khalsa. He has been practicing Kundalini Yoga for the last 9 years and is a Level 1 teacher.
Jujhar Singh loves teaching and is currently a junior instructor for the Guru Raam Daas Trust (KY) and the Gurmat Sangeet Academy (Taus and Dilruba). Aside from the Guru his other loves in life include his beloved wife Dr. Harsimrren Kaur, his dog Akaal Kaur, martial arts, and the art of software engineering.
Mahan Rishi Singh Khalsa and Nirbhe Kaur Khalsa: Marriage and Relationships
Mahan Rishi Singh and Nirbhe Kaur have been had a beautiful marriage for 33 years, walking together and serving on the spiritual path as Sikh ministers, healers, community builders, and Kundalini Yoga Teacher Trainers. Together they support and nurture the spiritual community in the greater New Jersey region. For many years, they have been tireless and inspirational sevadars in the Gurdwara team at Summer Solstice.
Mahan Rishi’s joy is to serve others in their path of personal transformation. Having taught nationally and internationally, along with traveling numerous times to India, he seeks to bring the ancient wisdom and authentic devotional practices of yoga and meditation into everyday life.
Nirbhe Kaur is a soft spoken woman with a gentle and warm heart who feels her greatest joy is in teaching, sharing and inspiring others to find their wholeness, radiance and bliss. She also loves to perform sacred weddings.
Mahan Rishi is a chiropractor and herbal nutritionist, and has studied many forms of healing. Nirbhe Kaur is a massage therapist and administrative director of their wellness center. Together they founded the Khalsa Healing Arts Center in Yardley, PA, where they have a thriving practice filled with love and light.
Mata Mandir Singh is an international teacher of Naad Yoga and Kundalini Yoga as well as a pioneer of the chant/mantra genre, having recorded over 28 CDs and cassette tape titles spanning a period of time from 1970’s to the present day. He writes on Naad Yoga, and offers his recordings at YogaOfSound.com
Mata Mandir Singh currently resides in San Francisco with his wife, Sat Nam Kaur, where he helps his son, Wahe Guru Singh, run two dosa food trucks. He gained his chef skills while working in and running Golden Temple Conscious Cookery restaurants in Washington, DC, and Amsterdam, Holland, as well as supervising and cooking hundred of langars over the years in Sikh community kitchens and Solstices.
He is a life-long student of Yogi Bhajan, and has been teaching Kundalini yoga and gatka (an ancient martial art used by the Gurus) for over three decades.
Ram Singh: History and Composition of Siri Guru Granth Sahib
Ram Singh first encountered Kundalini Yoga as a child in Togo (West Africa) in the early eighties. Since then he never stopped exploring the unfathomable richness of the teachings of Yogi Bhajan. In the years since, he has been blessed to be guided by his spiritual teacher, Shiv Charan Singh, through that deep journey.
After years of teaching in contexts where Yoga is still little present — a center for drug addicts, a group of elderly students, an institution for autistic teenagers, a nursing training school, etc. — he and his wife Gururavi Kaur founded in 2011 the Dharamsal Yoga Center in Toulouse, France, dedicated to the teachings of Kundalini Yoga.
As a Kundalini Yoga Lead Teacher Trainer, Ram Singh is involved in several KRI-approved Teacher Training programs worldwide: School of Karam Kriya, École de Paris, International College of Kundalini Yoga, Yoga Teachers 4 Africa. Ram Singh is also involved in the teaching of Karam Kriya, the sacred science of applied numerology.
A singer and a musician, he is the author of three albums of mantras of Kundalini Yoga and sacred songs from the Sikh traditions. And as a lover of Sikh sacred scriptures, Ram Singh teaches courses on Jap Jī Sāhib. After translating the Jap Jī and the whole Nitnem — the collection of Sikh daily recitations — into French, he has recently committed to completing the translation of the whole Sirī Guru Granth Sāhib.
Sada Sat Simran Singh Khalsa: Japji Sahib; Gurbani, Gurmukhi, Naad Yoga, and Nitnem
Sada Sat Simran Singh Khalsa was born into a Sikh family in Great Falls, Virginia. He has been a member of 3HO since birth and grew up in the community in Northern Virginia. He went to join Miri Piri Academy in India at the age of 9 and stayed there until graduation in 1999. He was School captain and taught Gatka (the Sikh martial art) as a senior student.
After graduating from MPA The Siri Singh Sahib sent Sada Sat Simran Singh back to Amritsar to further study Sikhism and learn Punjabi and Gurmukhi, Gurbani Kirtan, and Sikh lifestyle. He performed Seva in the amrit vela (2 and half hours before the sun rises) at the Siri Harimandir Sahib, the Golden Temple, by washing the parkarma with the sangat, making chapatis, and cleaning the inside of the Golden Temple and the Akal Takhat.
After meeting his Ustaad ji Sada Sat Simran Singh spent most of his days studying music and serving his teacher. As a member of the Chardi Kala Jatha, he has had the honor of traveling all over the world to perform music and teach Kundalini Yoga and Martial Arts. The Chardi Kala Jatha have been blessed to perform kirtan inside the Siri HariMandir Sahib in Amritsar many times in the last 10 years.
Sada Sat Simran Singh travels all over the world to teach the ancient musical meditative practice of Gurbani Kirtan and Naad Yoga, as well as Kundalini Yoga and Martial Arts.
Sangeet Kaur Khalsa: The Power of Prayer
Sangeet Kaur is a KRI Senior Lead Trainer from Phoenix, Arizona, and a Sikh Dharma minister since 1993. She studied with Yogi Bhajan for nearly 30 years.
Founder of Womanheart® retreats and author of the popular book by that name, she is also the founder of the new series of meditation retreats, The Journey to Brahm Prakash ™, and has also touched people’s hearts around the world as a master humanologist, numerologist, and specialist in relationships.
Her new work in Aquarian-based numerology, The Blessings Code™, is now available as a web-based class.
Sat Atma Kaur Khalsa: Spiritual Warrior
Sat Atma Kaur is a Kundalini Yoga teacher and teacher trainer, and a Sat Nam Rasayan healer and teacher. For years she has been serving the Amrit ceremony in the Yoga Festival as an organizer and a member of the Panj Piare.
She is blessed to go to India every year to meditate on Re Man, a shabad of Guru Gobind Singh, and to visit the Golden Temple in Amritsar. These visits deepen her meditation and connect her to the Guru and the Dharma. She loves telling stories and feels very connected to the heroic aspect of Sikh Dharma.
Sat Atma lives in Amsterdam where she serves the gurdwara in different ways, including organizing a yearly Akandh Paath and playing kirtan. Her connection to Sikh Dharma goes back to 1980 when she moved into Guru Ram Das Ashram in Denmark, where she learned all about the Guru and the gurdwara, including playing the first shabads. Once her ear opened to the sound current of kirtan, this became a source of bliss and feelings of connection. She now teaches Naad yoga.
Sat Avtar Kaur Khalsa: Amrit
Sat Avtar Kaur was born into a Sikh Dharma family. She went to school at Miri Piri Academy in India from age five to 18. During her time in India she was blessed to include Gurmukhi, gurban,i and Sikh history in her schooling.
She is an active member of the Sikh dharma community in Los Angeles where she lives with her husband and son. She loves to serve the Guru and help others deepen their connection to the Guru. She teaches Gurmukhi classes in Los Angeles and leads the gurdwara team at summer solstice.
Sat Hari Singh Khalsa: Japji Sahib
Sat Hari Singh joined the Guru Ram Das Ashram in Hamburg / Germany in 1981 at age 31. Both of his sons Simran Singh and Sadhana Singh were born there in 1982 and 1985.
He holds a degree in Education and Arts of the University of Hamburg but decided that the true nature of teaching was to be a Yoga Teacher. Yet, in the beginning of his career he served at Golden Temple Restaurant Hamburg as a baker, waiter, and manager, as the Ashram needed a solid financial foundation.
In 1986 he started the EU Yogi Tea Business. His love has always been the song, the Shabd, and he recorded ‘Soul Rise’ Sadhana, ‘Servant of the heart’ and ‘Song of the Soul’ (with Hari Bhajan Kaur and Thomas Barquee). Lately he inspired the Golden Temple Teahouse, the German Kundalini Yoga Festival, and the Guru Ram Das Aquarian Academy into life.
Sat Jagat Singh Khalsa: Seva
He and his wife, Gurusurya Kaur Khalsa, teach in their ashram home in Brooklyn, New York. They own and operate Kundalini Yoga in Park Slope, and teach Kundalini Yoga and Meditation as well as offer Sat Nam Rasayan®, Vegetarian Cooking, Kirtan, Monthly Women’s Nights, Group Sadhana, Gurdwara, Chanting, as well as overnight accommodation for travellers.
Sat Jagat Singh has a residential renovation contracting business, and you might recognize him as the manager of the Solstice Kitchen where he has served many years. He studies jazz piano.
Sat Nirmal Kaur Khalsa: Spiritual Warrior
Sat Nirmal Kaur Khalsa is a certified teacher of Kundalini Yoga and a minister of Sikh Dharma. She has been a student of Yogi Bhajan since 1973 and has traveled extensively, teaching kundalini yoga to business executives, students, children and teens. She served as an executive in the Yogi Bhajan inspired businesses for over 40 years.
Sat Nirmal Kaur is an accomplished musician, studying piano, viola and voice since the age of 5. She has learned the Sikh traditional music, gurbani kirtan, and has participated in kirtan programs world wide. She has produced a musical version of Guru Gobind Singh’s Jaap Sahib which is available on CD.
Sat Nirmal Kaur lives in Espanola, New Mexico with her husband of 35 years. They have one daughter who resides in California and is a Clinical Ayruvedic Specialist and Kundalini Yoga teacher.
Sat Siri Singh Khalsa: Gurbani, Gurmukhi, Naad Yoga, and Nitnem
Satya Kaur Khalsa: The Power of Prayer
Satya Kaur has been walking the Sikh path and has been a student of Yogi Bhajan for over 38 years. She served the Sikh Dharma Youth Education Program prior to the establishment of Miri Piri Academy for 13 years, both in India and in the US.
Satya Kaur is an IKYTA-certified yoga teacher and now incorporates the teachings of Yogi Bhajan into her NeuroModulation Technique healthcare practice. She resides at Guru Ram Das Puri in New Mexico, and works in service of Guru Ram Das supporting people to experience their self-healing.
Satya says, “Prayer sustains me through bright days and dark nights. I explore and teach it – at Summer Solstice and at professional conferences. I rely on it as my most valued tool and resource in every aspect of my life.” She looks forward to sharing the Power of Prayer with you.
Dr. Sham Rang Singh Khalsa and Arjan Kaur Khalsa: Sikh Marriage
Sham Rang Singh is a physician, Sikh minister, and student of Yogi Bhajan who has studied eastern systems for 35 years. He holds certifications in Ayurveda, Acupuncture, and Emergency and Internal Medicine, and counsels and teaches about mind-body medicine. He also practices marriage with his delightful wife, Arjan Kaur.
Arjan Kaur Khalsa is an Intuitive Counselor & Healer, who is a devoted lover of God, an Angel Therapy Practitioner, a gifted medium, and an equally experienced yogini and meditator. Arjan Kaur & Sham Rang Singh met and married 18 years ago after each had already discovered deep romantic relationships with God as the Beloved.
Shiv Charan Singh Khalsa: The Power of Prayer
Shiv Charan Singh is an unassuming and authentic teacher as well as an outstanding spiritual counselor who has worked internationally with groups and individuals for over 30 years. He is the founding director of the International Karam Kriya School, which trains students and teachers in Kundalini Yoga, Spiritual Consultancy, and Applied Numerology all over the world, as well as the founder of Quinta do Rajo, a retreat centre in Portugal.
Shiv Charan Singh has authored several books and articles on different aspects of spiritual life, including Let the numbers guide you. Meeting and being with him is an invitation and opportunity to look at life from a very new perspective and to experience something fresh, surprising, and magical.
As a young person, Shiv Charan Singh had a number of nearly fatal incidents. These near-death experiences gave him an intimate knowledge of living and dying that we all seek to understand. In his teachings, he is neither self-seeking nor political. He is entertaining and both charismatic and humble in the way he speaks. And, above all, his warmth and compassion reach out and welcome all, regardless of age or background.
Siri Sevak Kaur Khalsa: Seva
Siri Sevak Kaur enjoys sharing her love of Sikh Dharma with others, which makes presenting in Journey Into the Heart of Sikh Dharma a delight for her. She has experienced her own evolution of prayerfulness through forty years of sadhana, kirtan, Akhand Paths, and personal prayer, and looks forward to hearing others speak about their experience of prayer.
She has been studying Gurmukhi and Japji since the early 70’s when she was part of the first group of Yogi Bhajan’s students to do that, and has pursued and shared this learning ever since. Teleclasses and a website, SiriSevak.com, have opened up her ability to reach people across the country and around the world.
Siri Sevak Kaur has studied classical Gurbani Kirtan with Bhai Baldeep Singh of Delhi since 1998. She and Harbhajan Kaur, a fellow student, sing together regularly in the Gurdwara in Millis and teach kirtan together at Solstices.
Siri Sevak lives at Guru Ram Das Ashram in Millis, Massachusetts, near Boston. Guru Ram Das Ashram, on 18 beautiful wooded acres, has daily sadhana, weekly Gurdwara, residential living space, guest space, and many wonderful classes, workshops, and trainings through Baba Siri Chand Yoga Center. Siri Sevak Kaur and Harbhajan Kaur teach ongoing classes in Gurmukhi and Gurbani.
Snatam Kaur Khalsa: Japji Sahib
Snatam Kaur is a world renowned Sacred Chant artist who has been touring throughout the world for over a decade inspiring and uplifting thousands with sacred words and uplifting melodies from the Sikh tradition. She has a deep and profound knowledge of Gurbani, Gurmukhi, and Naad Yoga, which she has developed over her lifetime.
Snatam was born and raised in a Sikh family in an environment of deep devotion, cozy sangat, kirtan, and interfaith and environmental activism. For over thirty years, she studied with and grew up in the presence of her spiritual teacher, Yogi Bhajan, while he was in his physical form, learning the essence of Naad Yoga, a form of yoga focusing on sacred sound. She has devoted her life to living and sharing not only these teachings, but also the astounding experience of the practice of Naad Yoga. Snatam’s recently published book, Original Light; the Morning Practice of Kundalini Yoga, is a compassionate and supportive guide to creating a personal daily spiritual practice.
Snatam also enjoys teaching children’s yoga, meditation, and chanting. Her teaching style comes straight from a pure place in her heart. She knows many stories from Sikh history that bring the teachings and the music alive to her students.
Snatam Kaur lives in New Hampshire, with her husband, Sopurkh Singh, and her daughter, Jap Preet Kaur.