Kundalini Workshop: Invoke the Giver in us All with Gurmukh Khalsa + Wah Khalsa
About the event
MONDAY JANUARY 15, 10AM-1230PM
Please join the dynamic duo of Gurmukh and her daughter Wah for a Kundalini Yoga Workshop in which we honor the Giver in us all. On MLK Day, let us come together to inspire acts of service.
Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. was a beaming example of service. In his words, "Life's most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” With this wisdom we will contemplate how we are serving our communities and honor our true nature as Givers.
Gurmukh Khalsa + Wah Khalsa
Gurmukh and Gurushabd are Legacy Teachers of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. They both studied and served directly with Yogi Bhajan from 1970 until he left his body in 2004, directing the Golden Temple Restaurants in Santa Fe and Los Angeles, pioneering his first Yoga Center in Los Angeles in the early '80s, sitting at his feet for the Teachings for many years in Los Angeles and New Mexico. Gurmukh attended the Khalsa Women's Training Camps with Yogi Bhajan from 1972 until he left his body. For more than two decades they experienced the White Tantric Yoga Courses and Solstice Gatherings that he presided over in person. In his household and in public they served him directly.
Wah Khalsa was born into the Kundalini Yoga lineage. She is the daughter of renowned Kundalini Yoga teacher Gurmukh Khalsa. When Wah graduated from her community’s spiritual boarding school in India at the age of 18 as a certified yoga teacher, she was blessed to spend the following two years in New Mexico studying directly under her spiritual teacher, Yogi Bhajan. At the age of 21 she fell into the grace of her family’s yoga business, Golden Bridge Yoga. In the studios Wah worked in every position, from running the cafe, to being the retail buyer and manager of their boutiques and then opening a third studio in Santa Monica, California, and becoming the lead teacher. Eventually Wah took over as Executive Director of the studios; all while falling in love with the people and the practice. Wah has since moved to Portland, Oregon with her husband to start a family and to focus on her teaching offerings.