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.
Better than caffeine and more affordable than hired hydrotherapy, a simple cold shower can boost your health immensely.
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.
On August 17 we are hosting our first festival in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts. The festival will have a fresh energy in the peaceful setting of the mountains. I will be managing the work exchange program, which is a new position created this year for Sat Nam Fest. My goal is to foster a sense of community where everyone feels supported, nurtured, and can be of service. If you are interested in being a part of an amazing festival full of extraordinary people, please sign up to be a part of the work exchange team. Wahe Guru!
Kundalini Yoga classes are so much more than physical asana movement. Yogi Bhajan gave the technology of Kundalini Yoga that uses movement, sounds, and breathing techniques as a complete mind, body, and soul exercise.
Your thoughts and actions in each moment have unknowable impact on the world. Now is the time to begin your practice. Now is the time to stretch and reach for new growth. Now is the time to build a strong nervous system for the sake of refining your perception through your Subtle Body.
Sat Nam Fest had the pleasure of sitting down with Gurunam Singh, Kundalini yogi & world renowned sacred chant artist. In this exclusive interview, Gurunam shares his thoughts on why chanting heals the Earth and why he loves Sat Nam Fest. Don’t miss Gurunam Singh’s concert on Friday, August 19th at Sat Nam Fest Berkshires! See the full festival schedule here.
We will go over the therapeutic ways of using the going and the different way to play the gong. Taking the techniques further and looking into how we use them more for healing. How to release tension, and how to use it in self-healing. Learning how to play the gong differently with new intentions.
Surrounding yourself with people who have the intention to try and be the best they can be – the kindest, most compassionate, most loving, most forgiving. It is the greatest gift you can give yourself. It automatically uplifts you whether you are receptive to it or resisting it.
“In other words, as you vibrate, the Universe vibrates with you.” –Yogi Bhajan
Music and Yoga come together beautifully at Sat Nam Fest. There are a few mantras you can expect at the Sat Nam Fest yoga classes. Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan uses chants and song to set the energetic vibration for the class. The mantras are in Gurmukhi, which is the language of the Sikh holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib. Traditions and technologies from the Sikh religion are used in Kundalini Yoga, like the mantras and turban wearing, to name a few. The science and technology of a mantra uses sound as a form of energy. We can project energy and meaning through sound.
Walking outside on the grass with bare feet while drinking a tall glass of water. My super mainstream husband often asks me to come back to Earth if I am flying with the angels for too long. This grounds me quickly because he has asked me to be present for him, while I have asked him to be supportive of my daily practice.
Kia Miller is a dedicated yogini, teaching at Radiant Body Yoga. She pulls from multiple yogic disciplines and is both intuitive and steeped in the traditional aspects of yoga. Kia views the science and spirituality of Yoga as a path to explore our inner selves and elevate our consciousness, while creating a counter-balance to the stresses of modern life.
At Sat Nam Fest, you will see many yogis wearing white clothing…
Meet Tommy Rosen! He is a Kundalini and Hatha yoga instructor and Founder of Recovery 2.0 Tommy uses music, mantra, meditation, and yoga to transform the mind and body. His message is powerful for those interested in moving from surviving to thriving in addiction and in the daily stresses of life. Tommy will be teaching a 3 part workshop series on Wednesday at Sat Nam Fest Berkshires.
Yogi Bhajan taught us to approach life with courage. There is no better way to test your courage than to dance openly with people. Maybe you won’t look that cool or look organic, but you will have an experience of what it feel like to move. Moving your hips and shimmy shoulders to shake stuff off, sweat out our past, sweat out our stories. Dance is a moving meditation, it is not separate from, just a different expression of a meditative state.