Monthly Community Healing Clinic
First Sunday of each month, 3:00pm – 5:00pm
The Healing Art of the Yogis
Come experience a non-invasive healing method that addresses physical, mental, and emotional conditions. Profound results are often experienced, and relaxation is guaranteed. While the recipient lies down comfortably, the healer, through a deep state of meditation, addresses the condition and provides relief for the particular suffering. SNR (Sat Nam Rasayan®) in the Sanskrit language means “To dwell in the place of peace.” It is an ancient healing method of the Kundalini Yoga tradition that brings deep calmness to your mind and a state of harmony and health to your life. Join us for a “donation-based” healing session.
Every First Sunday of each month.
Sunday, July 1, 3:00-5:00pm. This healing session is donation-based.
Hari Das Kaur is a member of a very small group of global Sat Nam Rasayan® (SNR) Healers who are certified by Guru Dev Singh, Master of Sat Nam Rasayan® to teach this ancient healing art. Hari Das comes from a long lineage of powerful healers experienced in intuitive and energy-based modalities from her maternal line, and traditional medical physicians from her paternal line. Hari Das’ great-grandfather was one of the 1st homeopathic physicians in New York City. Hari Das Kaur retired from her surgical nursing career in 1999 to commit herself to healing and teaching this beloved art throughout the US. She continues to teach and heal in her long-standing practice in La Jolla, California.
Additionally, she teaches Kundalini Yoga and Meditation/Mindfulness at Scripps Integrative Medicine and Pacific Pearl La Jolla Integrative Health.
Guru Amrit Kaur Khalsa is a yoga teacher, trainer and healer. She directed an Ashram in Mexico City with her husband, SS Babaji Singh, and became a Kundalini Yoga Teacher Trainer in 2002. She is a Reiki Master and certified in EMF. She is a 3rd level Sat Nam Rasayan teacher and healer thanks to Guru Dev´s Teachings. As a trainer, she had the privilege to participate with a great team of teacher trainers in Mexico and in the US. She was part of the Board of directors in 3HO San Diego. The most important and honorable participation she has had in Sikh Dharma worldwide was to help in the revision of the translation in Spanish of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, who was accepted in the different Thakats of India, including the Golden Temple.
She has a Master degree and a PhD in Philosophy (Suma Cum Laude), and was also a professional ballerina.