GURUNAM SINGH, LIVE IN TORONTO

Live Chant Concert with Gurunam Singh
Come chant your way to peace, bliss, balance and an open heart! Gurunam Singh’s music heals and elevates. His humour and stories soothe the soul. Bless yourself with an evening to remember!

“Relaxing into Consciousness” Live Music Workshop with Gurunam Singh
Through mantra, kundalini yoga meditations and pranayama we will begin to relax the mind and open the connection to the soul. This is a nurturing class.

Venue
Dancemakers Studio 313, located at 9 Trinity Street, Toronto (Distillery District. See map)

Date
Saturday September 14, 2019

Time
Workshop: 4:00-5:30pm, doors at 3:30pm
Concert: 7:00-9:00pm, doors at 6:30pm

Please bring a yoga mat and cushion! Seating in chairs is also available at the back of the studio.

Tickets
Workshop: $30 advance / $40 door
Concert: $35 advance / $45 door
Combined Ticket Special: $55 advance / $65 door

(Fees & taxes extra)

Purchase tickets HERE

Information
For more information contact Nirmal at nirmal@thewellnesspath.ca or 416-716-1402.

Gurunam Singh

Gurunam Singh is a world traveler and touring Mantra Artist who, along with chants and sacred prayers, also composes his own songs. Gurunam Singh’s musical influences range from gospel, folk, and country to classical Indian raag and from traditional Sikh hymns to devotional Hindu chants. His music is deep, heartfelt and accessible to all. He has been teaching and sharing Naad Yoga (The Yoga of Sound) for 8 years, and practicing for 24. Gurunam lived at the Espanola Ashram in Espanola, NM and studied with Yogi Bhajan for a number of years. His focus and personal intent is to open to grace and to share with others in opening to that sacred space.

Gurunam Singh is a poet, mantra artist, and workshop facilitator. He tours both nationally and internationally, leading Kirtans and Yatras in India every year. He has several CD’s, some of which can be found on the Spirit Voyage label. He has studied with some great ragis such as Bhai Avtar Singh and Ustaad Narinder Singh Ji, both from India, and Dya Singh from Australia.