SATURDAY | June 29 | 1-4pm


“We have a tremendous amount of fear. What we decided to have and what we have, do not match, and this creates in us a state of insensitivity. Now, insensitive to what? Insensitive to opportunity, insensitive to intuition, insensitive to our projection; when you have all three messed up, think—who are you? Think about it.”  —Yogi Bhajan

In this ReBirthing Workshop, we will use the technology of Kundalini Yoga as Taught by Yogi Bhajan, to clear out the subconscious insecurity, fear, anger and emotional pain that has been stored for so long, that we have often forgotten it is still within us.  Walk lighter in your life. 
Allow more Joy to carry you. Uncover the Real You. Rebirthing became popular in the transformational and therapeutic modalities of the late 1970s and 80s. People were looking for a way to heal the deeply held patterns that were burdening them, mind, body and spirit. Yogi Bhajan realized that the technology of Kundalini Yoga offered a way to release these patterns in a complete and sustained way.  In late1988 through early 1989, Yogi Bhajan began offering his own series of Rebirthing Courses, as a way to give birth to ones own destiny, ones Authentic Self.

Cost: $30 advanced + tax | $35 day of + tax

Teachers' Bio

HARI SINGH KHALSA is the manager of Yoga West, Vancouver.  A Professional Trainer Level Two & Three Practitioner in the Aquarian Academy. As one of  Yogi Bhajan’s early students, he has been studying and spreading the teachings of Kundalini Yoga for over 45 years. He has enjoyed a successful life long career in sound creation and production as a musician,  Juno award winning, engineer and music producer.

NIRMAL KAUR KHALSA is a Professional Trainer Level Two & Three Practitioner in the Aquarian Academy. Practicing Kundalini Yoga for ten years, she brings experience to the Team through dedicated practice. She is a Certified Level Three Sat Nam Rasayan practitioner. She has a great love for these teachings and shares them with great joy.

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