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Gurmukh and Snatam Kaur teach this engaging Kundalini Yoga and meditation class together accompanied by incredible live music by Snatam Kaur, GuruGanesha Singh, Ram Dass and Ramesh Kannan. This DVD contains a yoga class to build immunity, detoxify the body from the inside out, and clear the way to approach the world from your heart. It is a great class for beginner's and experienced yogis alike, and if you give it your all, you are sure to get an incredible work out! Practice with hundreds of yogis in the comfort of your own home! Recorded live at Spirit Voyage's first Spirit Fest in September 2010, you will love the group energy that this DVD captures. When we showed this DVD to Gurmukh, she said "This is the future of yoga DVD's. No more sterile studios, let's bring the group class to people's homes." The incredible thing about this DVD is that you get a live concert and yoga class in in one. You will find yourself entranced by Snatam's voice while you work your body and spirit towards the goal of a healthy body and fearless spirit.
Snatam: Snatam Kaur was introduced to music and spiritual practice at an early age. Schooled in kirtan, meditation, and Gurmukhi, the Sanskrit-based language of Sikh scriptures from Northern India, the young Snatam Kaur began to develop the devotion and skills that have grown and blossomed into a compelling, profound talent. Snatam Kaur's parents brought her up in the Sikh tradition as taught by Yogi Bhajan. From an early age, she practiced yoga and meditation daily and her mother taught her Gurmukhi. "My mother taught me the alphabet on my way to school every morning," recalls Snatam. Her Sikh community augmented these lessons with instruction in kirtan (devotional chanting). "Through these experiences, I learned the pronunciation," she says, "but also I learned the passion for what I was singing because these gatherings were so spiritual." As a child, Snatam also had training in voice, violin, guitar, and percussion. She obtained a solid foundation in Western classical music while playing violin in an orchestra and giving solo performances. Her many opportunities to use and expand her musical talent in a spiritual setting emphasized for her the connection between her music and spirituality. "I learned about the importance of sound currents from Yogi Bhajan," she says, "but I also had the personal experience of how the energy of these sacred words can have a very real, positive effect." Snatam further explored the power of sound in India. After high school, her love for the Indian musical tradition and for children took her to Miri Piri Academy, a boarding school for children in India. She spent time taking care of the young children, teaching physical education, and providing music for the children's morning and evening chanting. When she returned to the United States, she attended Mills College in Oakland, California, where she obtained a degree in biochemistry, taught yoga classes, and shared her chants with Western audiences. But India called her back. After touring and performing Kirtan in northern India, Snatam settled in Amritsar where she studied music with the accomplished ragi (Indian master of Sikh-style kirtan) Bhai Hari Singh. This was a great honor for her, and particularly meaningful because Singh was the same teacher who had taught her mother when she was just a little girl. Gurmukh: Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa, 60, is the co-founder and director of Golden Bridge Nite Moon, Los Angeles' premier center for the study and practice of Kundalini Yoga and meditation. Since being baptized 32 years ago with the Sikh spiritual name meaning "One who helps people across the world ocean", Gurmukh has dedicated her life to fulfilling that responsibility. For nearly three decades students in Los Angeles and around the world have sought her classes in Kundalini yoga, meditation, and pre- and post-natal care. Her video series, The Method: Pre and Post Natal Yoga, features in numerous publications such as Vogue, Elle, InStyle, the New York Times, and appearances on Good Morning America have introduced Gurmukh to a wide audience and to the vast, ancient teachings of the yogic tradition. She is also the author of the forthcoming book, The Eight Human Talents: The Yogic Way to Restoring the Natural Balance of Serenity Within You (Harper Collins, 2000). Gurmukh is also a founding member of Khalsa Way, an organization created not only to offer Kundalini yoga but also to help people deliver and rear healthy children, as well as find success in their careers and relationships. She has been married for 21 years and has a 19-year-old daughter who attends school in India, where Gurmukh returns every year to teach and study.
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