(Saturday 6am Sadhana, Friday 7pm Evening Programme) Siri Sadhana & Adi Priya Kaur
Siri Sadhana Kaur is a touring UK mantra recording artist, dancer, and a professional Kundalini Yoga trainer. Her love of embodying the sacred through movement, melody, and rhythm led to her to record an eclectic mix of 8 music mantra albums. Her daughter Aloka tours and records and is featured on their latest release ‘Rise+Shine’.
Siri’s background in Theatre inspired her to train in Paris as a a performer with the movement master Jacques Lecoq, she collaborated in both classical and innovative ensembles, whilst integrating interpersonal and therapeutic expression. For 20 years she worked closely with Sobonfu Somé daughter and elder of the Dagara tribe of West Africa, establishing the ritual healing village training, learning indigenous technology. Siri recently co-founded The Kundalini Yoga Studio in central London and runs Level 1 + Level 2 Aquarian teacher training, and events with the Karam Kriya School
With gratitude to her spiritual teacher Shiv Charan Singh, she shares her music, the timeless teachings of Kundalini yoga + indigenous technology, encouraging others to dance + sing they’re joyful depths, incorporating ceremony to consciously awaken and become the instrument and true light of our souls.
Dr Adi Priya Kaur
is medical doctor from Japan. Her love of working with people coupled with a passion for science, drew her toward a career in medicine. She is a qualified Hatha Yoga teacher and a Level 1 kundalini teacher training studying with the Karam Kriya School in London and is currently doing Level 2.
The discipline and beauty of kundalini yoga has inspired her physically, mentally and spiritually. Through her regular practice she began to notice the profound strength and flexibility that has developed both on and off the mat. Her aim is to share with others, the qualities of inner peace and happiness she has found, so that others can also attain transformation through the science, technology and experience of kundalini yoga.
As a musician she has been studying music and the violin since a young age, she played regularly as part of an orchestra performing in concerts, her love for sacred mantra has re kindled her practice.