Sada Sat Simran Singh

FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 2013

3:45pm – 5:15pm Afternoon Workshops

The 5 K’s: Kanga, Keeping the body beautiful and why it matters ~ Sada Sat Simran Singh, (L/D) Water Tent
Kundalini Yoga and Sikh Dharma are disciplines for the real world. Part of that discipline is maintaining our physical health and beauty, so that we can inspire with only our presence. The kanga is a symbol and a practical tool to stay fresh, bright, and beautiful. Through the teachings of Yogi Bhajan, the words of the Gurus, and Kundalini Yoga techniques, Sada Sat Simran Singh will lead you to a profound experience of your radiance.

Sada Sat Simran Singh Khalsa was born into a Sikh family in Great Falls, Virginia. He has been a member of the 3HO community since birth and grew up in the community in Northern Virginia. He attended 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, Yogi Bhajan sent him back to Amritsar for further study of Sikhism and to  learn Punjabi, Gurmukhi, Gurbani Kirtan and Sikh lifestyle.

He did Seva in the amrit vela (2 ½  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, he spent most of his days doing 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 has been blessed to perform kirtan inside the Siri Harimandir Sahib, the Golden Temple, in Amritsar many times in the last 10 years. Sada Sat Simran Singh Khalsa 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.

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