Your mind is like a radio, and your inner talk is the station you’re listening to. Your inner talk determines your state of mind. Want to change your state of mind? Adjust the frequency, turn the dial, and tune in to a new station.
Mantra means Mind Wave. Through repeating a sound or word over and over again, mantra is a tool to help us become totally immersed in the present moment, and shift to a new state of being. Learn how to use mantras to tune in to a new frequency and experience different techniques to use throughout the day to quickly shift and uplift your mood.
Join Gurushabd Khalsa to:
- Learn the physiology of chanting, what it does to our minds, and why it makes us feel so good
- Practice 5 mantras to tune into 5 different frequencies: Inner Calm, Courage, Healing, Slaying Your Negativity, and Love
- Do a 31-minute moving mantra meditation to experience the true power of sound
- Learn simple and effective ways to use mantra everyday to change your state of mind
- Take home your own mantra tool kit and playlist
This workshop is designed for anyone interested in instant, effective relief from the static of their mind. No prior yoga, chanting, or mantra experience is needed.
Date & Time
Sunday October 29th
1:30 – 4:00 pm
About the Teacher
Born in Guru Ram Das ashram in Toronto, Gurushabd Khalsa is a true modern yogi, and grew up in a spiritual community of Kundalini Yogis, healers, teachers, and Sikhs. She spent a year studying at a yogic boarding school in India, became certified to teach Kundalini Yoga at the age of 17, and has over a decade of teaching experience.
Gurushabd’s name means ‘the sound that cuts through the ego and brings you back to your Self’. She’s on a journey to unfurl the meaning of her name and get closer to the silent sound within.
Gurushabd teaches welcoming classes at Lotus Yoga Centre with a graceful spirit and a deep gratitude for whoever walks through the door. When she’s not teaching, Gurushabd is directing the studio and running the business side of things. In her down time, Gurushabd can be found biking around the city, playing ultimate frisbee, meditating, and hanging out with her husband Nash.