SiriNam Singh, Advising Director
SiriNam Singh directed KYC for more than 25 years and now, as the Advising Director for KYC, he continues to serve with a spirit of joy. He is an Instructional Leader in the public schools and has been recognized by his school district and the state of Massachusetts as a distinguished teacher. He has authored several well received educational books on inclusive education and group exercises for social skills and self-esteem. SiriNam is also an accomplished musician and co-recorded SAT NAM! Songs of Khalsa Youth Camp with Snatam Kaur. He serves on the board of trustees for our international boarding school in Amritsar India, Miri Piri Academy, and provides professional development training for the academic staff there. His desire to continue to support Yogi Bhajan's vision of creating Aquarian leaders through the success of our special camp and school is his humble mission.
Siri Datar Singh, Associate Camp Director
Siri Datar Singh was born and raised in Knoxville, TN, where he currently lives with his wife and three young children. For many years, he served as president of the Kundalini Yoga Club at the University of Tennessee where he taught weekly yoga classes. He is also instrumental in organizing Knoxville's annual White Tantric Yoga Courses and other yoga and meditation events in the community. In 1999, Siri Datar began participating as a head guide with the teen program at Summer and Winter Solstice, later taking over as Teen Camp Director eight years later. In 2014, he handed that position off to transition over to Khalsa Youth Camp.
Snatam Kaur Khalsa, Camp Instructor
Snatam Kaur has been on the KYC staff for several years and works with the children on kirtan and dharmic studies. She is one of the most popular New Age artists of our time. She has an amazing ability to transform traditional chants into a contemporary sound that appeals to the modern ear and awakens an ancient yearning in the soul. She recorded SAT NAM! Songs from Khalsa Youth Camp with SiriNam Singh and camp kids a few years ago.
Gurujodha Singh, Empowerment and Martial Arts
Gurujodha Singh is a sixth degree black belt and has been an instructor of Kenpo Karate for more than 25 years. He teaches yoga as a dynamic training method for martial arts and personal excellence. Both meditation and physical yoga exercise are emphasized. He is an attorney and a practitioner and teacher of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan and has taught martial arts and self-defense at Khalsa Youth Camp, 3HO International Women’s Camp, and Miri Piri Academy.
Sopurkh Singh Khalsa, Administrative Guide
Sopurkh Singh has been teaching Kundalini Yoga and meditation since 2000. He specializes in helping people experience their meditative mind and find a home within their true self. He teaches classes that are challenging, provocative and inspiring, and helps students move beyond old fears into a blissful, present, reality.
Abhai Raj Singh, Wilderness Guide
Abhai Raj has enjoyed being in the outdoors/wilderness most of his life. As a young boy he went to YMCA camps and wilderness canoe camps in North Ontario, Canada. He spent six years as a US Army Ranger—most of that time out in the bush. After the Army, he worked for Outward Bound and other outdoor wilderness/adventure programs in North Carolina, Colorado, Minnesota, and North Ontario. The majesty of the wilderness—it's beauty, it's prana are a tangible, life-giving force to him and he looks forward to helping to make wilderness experiences available to kids at Khalsa Youth Camp.
Dhyan Kaur Khalsa, KYC Administration
Born and raised in Mexico City, Dhyan Kaur began her training of Kundalini Yoga & Meditation at the Guru Ram Das Ashram in 2001, where she gained a daily experience of conscious living and spiritual commitment. She has been teaching ever since. She graduated from UCSD in 2014 with a B.S. in Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience. She is certified as a Radiant Child Yoga instructor, and has been teaching babies, children, and adolescents for the last 8 years. She currently works at the Sanderling Waldorf school in the first grade.