Sat Nam Fest is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the joy, transformation, and rejuvenation of Kundalini Yoga, sacred chant, and creativity as you re-discover and return to your true self.
Whether you are an experienced yogi, or this is your first time practicing Kundalini Yoga, you can create your perfect yogic experience at Sat Nam Fest! With a variety of teachers, workshops, and class sizes you will find something that calls to you. Join an energetic yoga class with live music, or a more relaxed meditation class – let your heart be your guide!
Come Home to Your Heart at Sat Nam Fest.
We just wrapped up Sat Nam Fest Joshua Tree 2016, and our hearts are singing from the heart-opening connections made with our soul family from all over the world as we gathered together in the spirit of Oneness. It was so beautiful to participate in the growth and transformation of every Sat Nam Fest participant during our time together.
Snatam Kaur has numerous incredible offerings at Sat Nam Fest in Joshua Tree 2016!
At Sat Nam Fest Joshua Tree Harnam Singh will be teaching a workshop in which you will create your own mandala. Sacred mandalas are not only beautiful representations of the universe, but they are also tools for meditation.
I had never been to Joshua Tree before coming to Sat Nam Fest and that was one of the most amazing surprises of this festival. This land is gorgeous and inspirational. The sunrises, the sunsets, the beautiful stars and the unique flora —- all add so much to the experience of being at this special festival.
The Sat Nam Fest experience continues to be an elevating and transformational experience for those who attend, and we’re eager for your enthusiastic participation in making this the best, most memorable and heart treasured Sat Nam Fest experience yet!
We often have people contact us who wish to come to Sat Nam Fest, but who are concerned they won’t fit in. “I’ve never done Kundalini Yoga before.” “Do I have to wear white?” “What’s the deal with the head coverings?” “I don’t really do much yoga.”
The greatest gift any human can give to themselves is the act of a daily practice, what we call in Kundalini Yoga, a daily Sadhana. There is something beautiful that happens before the sun rises, sitting with all the saints and angels, but more than that, you sit with your soul. Once the mass consciousness is awake, it is much harder to connect with your soul.
Would you like to clear your path of obstacles? Mike and Gallina Tamburo, the musicians of Crown of Eternity, are coming to Sat Nam Fest Joshua Tree to help you do that. Their intention is to serve you through the healing benefits of the sacred sound current. They can intuitively vibe with your healing process and your growth into excellence. Your journey can resonate your own unshakable spiritual joy. Join them on Friday for their “The Healing Power of The Gong” workshop and learn to play the gong and bliss out at the All Night Gong Journey on Saturday at Sat Nam Fest Joshua Tree.
Jap Ji Sahib is a prayer or a sacred poem composed by Guru Nanak shortly after he was enlightened.
“In other words, as you vibrate, the Universe vibrates with you.” –Yogi Bhajan
By chanting this mantra, you become surrounded by a field of white light of protection.
The one and only Guru Singh will be returning to Sat Nam Fest Joshua Tree this year! We chatted with Guru Singh about his classes and his serendipitous introduction to Kundalini Yoga in 1969…
Guru Prem and Simran will be teachings a workshop at Sat Nam Fest Joshua Tree that will help you bring more ease, joy, and grace to your awareness and alignment in yoga poses. They will teach a powerful kriya and meditation, accompanied by live music, that will inspire you to put your devotion into motion.
The deeper one dives into this practice, she may feel intimidated or turned off by the idea of waking every morning at 3:00 AM. If you are coming from another yoga tradition, think of waking early as a kind of asana. It demands the same spiritual and physical mastery as a one-handed tree pose or a head-to-foot pose in the more well-known yoga traditions.