SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NINE TREASURES YOGA
FRIDAY, MAY 30, 2014 – TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 2014
MARTIAL ARTS STUDIO – 8182 SUNSET BLVD, LA, CA 90048
CANDLE FACTORY – 6902 LEXINGTON AVE, LA, CA
Friday, May 30, 2014
9:00 AM Stephen Muzzonigro
Saturday, May 24, 2014
9:00 AM Japneet Singh- Nathan Tomaszewski
Friday June 6, 2014
9:00 am Shannon Nataf
Saturday June 7, 2014
9:00 am Lauren Waggoner
Taranjot Singh had his first experience with Kundalini over 15 years ago. Taranjot’s true love is the science behind the technology of Kundalini. Conducting the cosmic energy of The Golden Chain and being witness to how it changes people’s lives inspire him to study and share this divine blessing with others.
Japneet Singh- Nathan Tomaszewski has been a yoga practitioner for over 6 years and teaching for 4 years. He is also a devoted student of Sat Nam Rasayan. He enjoys teaching active sets with deep meditation and finishing with a relaxing gong. He likes to create a deep experience, with a flare of fun.
Ryan Hurst Ryan’s life has been committed to the investigation of the human spiritual path. His personal transformation took place 2 years ago, upon meeting Tej Kaur Khalsa of Nine Treasures Yoga and being introduced to the teachings of Yogi Bhajan. As a teacher and healer, Ryan is committed to providing a deep, joyful experience for students to work on themselves, overcome energetic blocks & nurture their profound connection with infinity.
Roya Falahi is a Visual Artist who has lived in Los Angeles for many years. She recently completed Level 1 Teacher Training with Harijiwan, Tej, and Gurujas in Santa Monica. She is grateful to teach and foster a meditative environment. Sat Nam!
Brian Rubenstein is an IKYTA certified Kundalini yoga teacher. Originally from Texas, Brian has found his home here in Los Angeles. He truly believes Kundalini yoga is a gift that catapults you towards your destiny. His classes are heart opening, uplifting and very positive. Brian is extremely grateful to be able to share this ancient yogic technology with all students.
Maria Scherer has been studying Kundalini yoga for years. Recently she completed Teacher Training Level 1 and Teacher Training Level 2. Her joy comes through serving others, and singing mantra. She is very honored to be given an opportunity to teach this very special science and share with others.
Jayson Moton is originally from Frankfurt Germany. He moved to Los Angeles in 2004 and found his passion as an active Kundalini Yoga practitioner in 2008. He is IKYTA certified and wishes to touch other people’s lives with this ancient and powerful practice.
Hari Gopal Singh is a long time student of Kundalini Yoga. He took his teacher training through Tej and Harijiwan. He enjoys teaching those in need at Sober Living homes and youth shelters. His classes focus on deep and rewarding meditative experiences.
Julia Moton Since 2008 Julia has taught Kundalini Yoga classes throughout Los Angeles and traveled across the Globe with her yoga workshops. A very heart-centered yoga teacher, she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her classes. Julia is a healer and is known for her natural abilities to release both physical ailments and emotional pain with her hands.
Jules Dudas (Amrita-Saraswati) has been an avid yogi since 1998. Her classes are an opportunity to experience powerful energetic clearing and find a grounded sense of true self + inner peace. As a staff member at UCLA’s Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior, she teaches Kundalini yoga & meditation to patients to facilitate reversal of Alzheimer’s and memory loss. She loves the spiritual teachings of Yogi Bhajan and is deeply devoted to this lineage & the Kundalini yoga community.
Kat Rivera (Ajaipreet) has spent many years in various countries, and now calls Los Angeles her home. She loves to be of service to the teachings of Kundalini Yoga, as taught by Yogi Bhajan. After training with her teachers Tej, Harijiwan, and Gurujas in Santa Monica she is forever grateful to have embarked on this sacred journey and will never look back. Everyday she finds deep gratitude within. Sat Nam.
Lauren Waggoner has been teaching since 2011. She brings a spirit of joy and authenticity to her classes, and frequently uses the Sacred Gong to deepen her students’ experience. She delights in witnessing the miracle of this technology: how it increases our capacity to know ourselves, which allows us to embrace our birthright of healthy, joyful and love-filled lives.
Jai Gopal Singh is a West Point graduate and former army officer who found yoga as a supplement to his regular physical training regimen. The balanced mix of exercise, meditation and relaxation immediately attracted him to a regular Kundalini Yoga practice. He teaches Kundalini Yoga Boot Camp programs, which take students through a deep, consistent practice of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation to solidify and foster lasting change. Jai Gopal’s classes are lighthearted and fun, yet focused and deeply relaxing.
Dylan Kirk is a certified level I Kundalini Yoga instructor. His practice began over 6 years ago in Boulder, CO. Dylan resides in the Hollywood Hills, works at the Institute of Myeloma and Bone Cancer Research and is currently training to run in the 2014 San Francisco Marathon.
Shannon Nataf (Guru Jot Kaur) Kundalini Yoga and Mediation have been an integral part Guru Jot’s life since the early age of 15. Her living example of leading with the heart along with a commitment to experience infinite identity, is what drives Guru Jot’s passion to share this technology.
Giancarlo Marcaccini During the late 1990s Giancarlo was a professional basketball player. During that time he experienced “the zone” which allowed him to move with effortless precision and centeredness. This inspired him to dive into the teachings of yoga and meditation. Giancarlo moves students from the mind into the heart center. It is in the heart where students are able to live a fuller life of love, compassion and inner knowing. Giancarlo leads a life that is synchronized with cosmic rhythms and laws. His mission is to open the hearts and minds of individuals so that they too can experience this sense of oneness that is alive within them.