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Come Home to Your Heart

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!

WHAT’S TRENDING AT SAT NAM FEST

Teacher Spotlight: Satya Scainetti

Teacher Spotlight: Satya Scainetti

How did you first get into Kundalini Yoga? Satya: I met Gurmukh at a yoga Journal conference and was hooked after one class What inspired you to become a Kundalini Yoga teacher and what keeps your passion for teaching going? Satya: I took the training because after...

10 Reasons to Chant: The Benefits of Mantra Meditation

10 Reasons to Chant: The Benefits of Mantra Meditation

Chanting is a pleasure that transcends the senses, it takes us beyond the bounds of time and space (which is why we don’t have to understand the mantra). Thus it soothes in a most profound way. It soothes on a cellular level. It merges our finite identity with the infinite, and so dissolves us. It relieves us from the sights and sounds and stimulation of the material world and delivers us into a spiritual space, where the sound is God. The material needs are reduced to nothing but mind chatter, and like smoke pumped into the sky, will be scattered into the expanse. Through the sweetness of devotional surrender, mantra turns the negative into positive. I once heard it said: “as music has charms to soothe a savage beast, so the spiritual sound of mantra soothes the restless mind.”

Teacher Spotlight: Yogi Amandeep

Teacher Spotlight: Yogi Amandeep

  How did you first get into Kundalini Yoga? Amandeep Singh: The first sound I heard was Mul Mantra when I was born. The Mul Mantra was recited to my ears by my grandmother. The hospital at which I was born was within walking distance from the Golden Temple. In that...

Wah Khalsa – Dancing to the Tune of Life

Wah Khalsa – Dancing to the Tune of Life

When you see Wah Khalsa anywhere, she is probably smiling.  She has this magnetic positivity that draws you in.  I've known Wah for many years and followed her journey from being the daughter of one of Kundalini Yoga's most beloved yoga teachers to where she is now. ...

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