Beyond Addiction Yoga Community Classes


March 2018 – 4 Class Series

Mondays 7:30 – 9:30pm with Dharm Kaur

Wednesdays 12:00 – 1:30pm with Nirmal Singh
~~With Gong Relaxation~~


Lotus Yoga Centre

100 Harbord Street Toronto (see map)

Free yourself from addictions or unwanted habits and thought patterns through the “Beyond Addiction Community Support Program”, developed by Sat Dharam Kaur, ND, and based on the teachings of Yogi Bhajan. These 90 minute – 2 hour weekly classes utilize Kundalini Yoga, meditation and breathing techniques to create important shifts in your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual states of being. And balance your chakras by deeply relaxing with the vibrations of the Gong.

We also explore stress management, self-reflection, lifestyle and other tools to help you achieve your “Best Future Self”. Please click here for themes and content on these classes.


Mondays, 7:30 – 9:30 pm, with Dharm Kaur, March 5, 12, 19, 26
Wednesdays, 12:00 – 1:30 pm, with Nirmal Singh, March 7, 14, 21, 28

In this weekly series we learn about attachments, and how to compassionately re-parent ourselves and begin to rely on our Self. We learn to retell our stories and concentrate on positive qualities and skills gained from the past; by adopting an attitude of gratitude, we change and shape the course of our lives. We learn to re-direct our energy towards meaning, fulfillment, and to our physical/emotional/spiritual well being. We commit to follow the path leading to our Best Future Self.

Class Themes:

Class 1: I Replace My Addiction with Self-Reliance. I Compassionately Re-Parent Myself
Class 2: In Shifting My Perspective on the Past, I Embrace the Present and Future
Class 3: I Change My Attitude Into a State of Gratitude. I am a Liberated Being
Class 4: I am Accountable and Responsible to My Self and to Others

Sign Up for the 4-Class Series:

$60 + HST regular price; or use your class pass, or feel free to drop in



Mondays, 7:30 – 9:30 pm, with Dharm Kaur, April 2, 9, 16, 23
Wednesdays, 12:00 – 1:30 pm, with Nirmal Singh, April 4, 11, 18, 25

In this weekly series we learn about the power of prayer and forgiveness, and how essential they are for the healing process. We learn about our destiny, and how to use the destiny formula to fulfill the sacred contract with our Soul. We identify the obstacles on our path to recovery, and learn how to keep-up in the process of relapse prevention. We learn about seva, the selfless service to others as a way to serve the Soul and the greater good.

Class Themes:

Class 1: I Forgive Myself and Those Who Have Hurt Me; I Acknowledge My Errors in Hurting Others
Class 2: I Am Born with a Mission and a Magnitute; I Co-Create My Future with the Divine
Class 3: As I Keep Up, I Am Kept Up

Class 4: In Serving Others I Serve My Soul and the Greater Good

Sign Up for the 4-Class Series:

$52 + HST early bird price by March 27th
$60 + HST regular price


Contact Nirmal at 416-716-1402 or

Nirmal SinghNirmal Singh is a lead Kundalini Yoga teacher trainer, and mentors with Sat Dharam Kaur in her “Beyond Addiction: The Yogic Path to Recovery” training program. Nirmal has co-facilitated this program in Toronto, Owen Sound, Guelph and Peru, and teaches “Beyond Addiction Community Support Program” classes in Toronto. Nirmal owns and operates The Wellness Path which produces Kundalini Yoga related programs including sacred chant concerts, the White Tantric Yoga meditation course, Level One and Two Kundalini Yoga teacher training, retreats and other programs by internationally renowned teachers.

Dharm Kaur (Ela Bielski) was fortunate to meet Yogi Bhajan in 1997 and take the Master’s Touch Teacher Training with him. Dharm’s calling has always been to provide these sacred teachings to those who need them the most – for many years teaching by-donation community classes at the Howard Park United Church and volunteering for women breaking from addictions and for homeless youth. For the last five years Dharm’s focus has been teaching at the Jean Tweed Centre and at Covenant House – seeing the positive uplifting impact on women in residential programs as well as on street kids sheltered by Covenant House.