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See the Unseen and Know the Unknown 
with Krishna Kaur

We have entered into a very exciting time in our world and in our Kundalini Yoga community. When things fall apart, what do you do? Which of your Chakras, Gunas and combination of Tattvas tend to dominate? The Universe is forcing us to look deeply for meaning and understanding. In this video Krishna Kaur stabalizes and grounds the body with “Abdominal Strengthening Kriya”, followed by “Conquering Upset” meditation from 21 Stages of Meditation, and gives a recommended homework opportunity.

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100 per cent of the proceeds from this workshop go to Krishna Kaur’s charity Y.O.G.A For Youth. To download the video please donate. We will send you a link.
Angad Kaur



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Transforming the Wounds of Love with Angad Kaur

The over-arching number of the year is 4, expressed through the 4th chakra and the living example of Guru Ram Das who recognised the pain that we carry in our hearts from being human. Life offers experiences we call “heart break” but these are opportunities for our hearts to break open and expand, to give ourselves fully, like the flower continuously blooms and offers its fragrance to all. In this way we can touch the hearts of others and allow our own hearts to be truly touched and full. In this workshop Angad explores the qualities of number 4 and shares meditations for the heart.

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100 per cent of the proceeds from this workshop go to the festival’s Bursary Fund to support those that would not be able to attend otherwise.

Kwali Kumara




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Ecstatic Mantra Celebration with Kwali Kumara

Make yourself an instrument of the divine as we indulge in a beautiful selection mantras. In this workshop Kwali takes you on a journey through a series of kundalini meditations that include Kwali’s original music. It has been described as an ‘ancient future fusion in sonic waves of exaltation’. Expect celestial meditation, chanting , dancing and all round celebrating, culminating in a deep and profound sound journey from the ‘flower of life ‘ gong and other sacred instruments. MORE ABOUT KWALI

100 per cent of the proceeds from this workshop go to the festival’s Bursary Fund to support those that would not be able to attend otherwise.