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Dr. Sham Rang Singh Khalsa

Dr. Sham Rang Singh Khalsa is a physician, teacher, and minister of Sikh Dharma. He holds certifications in Ayurveda, acupuncture, and emergency and internal medicine, and counsels and teaches about mind-body medicine. He has been a practitioner and teacher of Kundalini Yoga for more than 35 years, and studied directly with his teacher, Yogi Bhajan.
 

Sat Avtar Kaur / Jamie Crowley

Sat Avtar Kaur is founder and designer of Aquarian Yogi. Her first album of sacred chants will debut in 2014. She is a talented visual and performance artist and writer, with a passion for writing music, singing, acting, traditional fine arts, and digital media. Read more on her facebook page and website.
 

Sat Nam Kaur

Sat Nam Kaur has served as an educator for over 25 years. She is a Kundalini yoga teacher and teaches Emei Qigong. A volunteer corporator for the YMCA, currently the director of Learning from the Heart, offered at the YMCA. Incorporating yoga, qigong, reflex integration, and other healing therapies, she facilitates a safe and loving way for children to find their strength within.
 

Rampal Kaur

Dalilah Rain / Rampal Kaur is honored to teach any soul interested in experiencing Kundalini Yoga. From sharing with the beginner, the expecting mother or performing artist all are welcome. As an actor, she recently starred in Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean and has booked several national commercial spots. She is a member of SAG, KRI Certified Kundalini Yoga Instructor, and Conscious Pregnancy Instructor born in Worcester, MA
 

Himmat Singh Khalsa

Himmat Singh was raised by a family of Kundalini yogis at the Guru Ram Das Ashram, in Toronto, Ontario. For six years, he studied at Miri Piri Academy, an American boarding school in India dedicated to providing the foundation of Kundalini Yoga and Sikh lifestyle to children. He has worked with SuperHealth – a non-profit organization that applies Kundalini Yoga and the teachings of Yogi Bhajan to breaking addictive patterns. Himmat holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a concentration in substance abuse prevention and he brings this experience to his Kundalini Yoga classes.