“The Warrior Saint” Weekend Workshop

“The Warrior Saint” Weekend Workshop

with Hari Nam Singh

This weekend workshop will provide the keys to conquering fear, overcoming whatever obstacle in life one is facing, and attaining whatever we put our mind to. We’ll explore the theme of living one’s life as a Warrior Saint, a life guided by passion, nobility and limitless courage as represented by the message, vision and example of Guru Gobind Singh, the great 10th master of the Sikh spiritual path.

Hari Nam Singh will be teaching the concept of the Warrior Saint together with Kundalini Yoga sets and meditations specifically designed to build courage and self-confidence, and to overcome fear. Greg Cockerill will be teaching tools of self-defense utilizing Jiu Jitsu. This martial arts component (2 hours per day) will be invaluable to anyone embarking on the path of the Warrior Saint.

The workshop will be challenging physically, mentally and emotionally. Yet it is absolutely appropriate for people at all levels of experience, including beginners.

Date:
Saturday November 2 – Sunday November 3, 2019

Time:
10:00 am – 6:00 pm each day

Location:
Eight Branches Academy of Eastern Medicine, 112 Merton Street, 3rd Floor, Toronto (See Map).

Tuition:
Advance: $216 + HST ($244.08)
Same Day: $240 + HST ($271.20)

Payment Options:
1. INTERAC e-Transfer emailed to Nirmal@TheWellnessPath.ca
2. PayPal or credit card online (with 3% handling fee)


Bring receipt, seat cushion & mat
Full Name
Email Address




For more information:
Contact Bir Kaur at BirKaurKhalsa@gmail.com, or Nirmal Singh at Nirmal@TheWellnessPath.ca

Hari Nam Singh Khalsa is a renowned spiritual teacher, having given workshops and counselling sessions all over the world for decades. He was personally trained for almost 30 years by Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan, the legendary spiritual master who first introduced Kundalini Yoga and Sikh Dharma to the West in the late 1960’s. Hari Nam Singh is a certified lead teacher trainer through the Kundalini Research Institute and is also an ordained Sikh minister.

Greg Cockerill has been practicing martial arts for health and self-defense since he was 4 years old. He has trained in the various lineages of martial arts including Judo, Hapkido (3rd degree black belt), and currently studies Brazilian Jiujitsu (brown belt). Through martial arts, Greg discovered traditional eastern philosophy and medicine which led him to become a registered acupuncturist in 2008. He also teaches foundational acupuncture courses at Eight Branches Academy of Eastern Medicine. For more information about Greg visit www.livehandacupuncture.com.