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Workshop subjects include: Introduction to Kundalini Yoga, Intermediate Kundalini, Mantras and Meanings, The Chakra System; Primal Pranayam to name a few.
Please let us know of any requests you might have for other workshops.Tailored by length, the longer the workshop the more indepth information and greater physical participation.
Many people think LA is full of fake/shallow people and many Angelinos like that — then they have this special place more to themselves! But as Yogi Bhajan says, ” if you cannot see God in All you cannot see God at all”.
In fact, LA’s full of secret jewels and smiling faces. Art, culture, spas, great food — and of course, the best yoga teachers the industry has to offer!
Experience the Real LA, on a journey of self, yogic and La-La Land discovery that will give you a new appreciation for the city we call our second home.
$1550 US* before April 1st $1750 US* after April 1st
*Prices do not include airfare**.
Pre-registered: $100 per person
At the door: $120 per person
*The full day is 7 hours
4 hour Workshop ( half hour lunch;10 min break)
*The full day is 4.5 hours
Pre-registered: $65 per person
At the door: $80 per person
Aug 1929 – Oct 2004
Born Harbhajan Singh Yogi Bhajan revealed Kundalini Yoga to the Western World in 1969 – an act that caused him to have his life threatened in his native Punjab. Kundalini Yoga was previously only secretly handed down from Master to Student after many years of study. Giving these highly guarded teachings to Westerners was sacrilege. However, Yogi Ji, as he is fondly known, recognized the aching desire of the Western World for a spiritual uplifting. For this gift we are eternally grateful.
Along with being a Kundalini and Hatha yoga master Yogi Bhajan was a religious, community and business leader with a distinguished reputation as a man of peace, world-vision, wisdom, and compassion.
“If you cannot see God in all you can not see God at all.”
~ Yogi Bhajan
Follow these links for more info on his life:
Everything is a Mirror!
A Note from Nomi:
Brought up a Bahai, I was raised to honor and respect all belief systems – or lack thereof as in the case of my formerly, atheist husband. Visiting churches synagogues, mosques, temples and gurdwaras I came to believe the Universal Source, God, Ultimate, Infinite Creative Consciousness, whatever inadequate term we might find, is completely unknowable. No matter how hard we try we’ll never truly comprehend. Though we all can experience It. I also believe no one group has all the right answers - we all have piece(s) of knowledge to share with each other. I feel we can create more glimpses of this Ultimate reality through the use of meditation, yoga, play, sharing, prayer, art therapy, chanting, music and pranayam and other tools. I learn and receive just as much healing as my guests. We are all each others’ teachers no matter what our earthly relationships.
“ If God is everywhere then there is nowhere God is not. Including inside of you.”
~ Wayne Dyer