A Kundalini Yoga workshop with guest teachers,
Karta Purkh Kaur and Dan Retuta.
January 4th, 10:30am - 12:30pm at the Whitefish Studio
“Inhale deep, now totally relax into shuniya, nothingness ... totally relax ... absolutely be thoughtless, no thought .... Whatever thought comes to youi just don’t receive it ... freeze all there is into shuniya. Nothing means nothing ... nothing actually means everything.” – Yogi Bhajan
This simple workshop invites participants to an experience of sacred stillness, Shuniya. In Shuniya, there is no judgment, no effort, no expectation, no struggle, no mind, only the experience of pure loving acceptance of the Divine prevails. Kriyas and meditations will be supported by the Maha Mritunjai Mantra, a universal mantra taught and practiced by Yogi Bhajan. This Mantra is common to many spiritual traditions throughout India and the Himalayas. Join us for an experience of pure grace in the simplicity of stillness, Shuniya.
KARTA PURKH KAUR is Co-Founder and Director of Kundalini Yoga Crestone, a center located in the Sangre de Cristo mountains of Southern Colorado. She received her training through Yogi Bhajan’s Master’s Touch Teacher Certification Program in Espanola, New Mexico in 1997 and earned her status as a Level I Lead Trainer in 2012.
DAN RETUTA is Founder, Program Director, and Primary Instructor of Crestone Healing Arts Center’s Massage Intensive Training Program. He designed Kundalini Yoga to be an integral part of the instructional curriculum. He was certified in Espanola, New Mexico 2000 Level I Teacher Training under Yogi Bhajan Master’s Touch Teacher Certification Program.
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