Love is the fabric of the universe. Love is the underlying vibration of all. When we fall in love, we mistakenly think it’s the person, but it’s really that we’ve fallen into the crack between our finite self and our infinite self, and have opened to the presence of love, which has always been there.
When we embrace the beloved, we have unconditional acceptance for all parts of our selves, and we recognize the beloved in everyone and in all of creation. This experience is cultivated through a daily practice of giving yourself attention, acceptance, stillness, and forgiveness. We need to change emotion into devotion towards the beloved inside of us, and then we can experience the beloved everywhere.
Join Master Kundalini Yoga Teacher Sat Dharam Kaur for an evening of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation to embrace the beloved. No prior experience with yoga or meditation is needed, all are welcome.
Participants are invited to bring their favourite love poem and friend or partner to the workshop (but it’s not required). We’ll have extras if you don’t bring your own!
Date & Time
Thursday February 8th
6:30 – 9:00 pm
About the Teacher
Yogi Bhajan called Sat Dharam Kaur a “teacher of teachers and healer of healers”. She is a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher trainer and instructor, author, and naturopathic doctor based in Owen Sound. She teaches Master Workshops and The Healthy Breast Program at Lotus Yoga Centre, and leads our Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training.
Sat Dharam began studying Kundalini Yoga with Yogi Bhajan in 1976 and has been teaching for over 40 years. She facilitates Kundalini Yoga teacher training programs across Canada and has developed Kundalini Yoga programs for addiction recovery and breast cancer prevention. A featured teacher at the Toronto Yoga Conference for many years, she has written several best selling books including The Complete Natural Medicine Guide to Breast Cancer and The Complete Natural Medicine Guide to Women’s Health. Sat Dharam is also the original founder of our healing space at Lotus Yoga Centre and is the mother of our director Gurushabd. Read more at www.satdharamkaur.com.