Temple Keepers

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Native New Yorker Bhajan Akal Singh is an active sound practioner, teacher, and ceremonialist. Exploring the creative, transformative, and therapeutic applications of sound; Bhajan has   studied and mentored with Elders from the NYC Taino Indigenous community, ethnomusicologist and composer Alexandre Tannous, Indian Master Sound Healers Sanjay Hall, Author of The Architecture of Sound and the Alchemy of Transcendence Jarrod Byrne Mayer, and is a graduate of the Woom Sound School in NYC. 
 
 Bhajan intuitively crafts a  blend of ancient tones, healing frequencies, and light language codes; to assist Individuals or Groups in resetting their nervous systems, re-balancing the energy centers ( chakras) and removing blockages. Drawing from his studies of sound and breath in Egypt, China, Columbia, India, Thailand, and Indonesia, Bhajan’s vibrational sessions have been described as a Mixture of Shamanism, Kundalini yoga, Tantra yoga, and Oriental Acupressure.   
Tuesdays 7-9P  & Saturdays 10-12P
Kundalini Yoga & The Art of the Bear Serpent

 

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Mark Hartman is a photographer and kundalini yoga and meditaiton teacher based in New York City. In 2007 he completed his teacher training with Hari Kaur, whom he trained with since high school. Teaching now for 10 years, his classes are known for their humor, subtle meditative awareness and sound healing gong. His photography has been featured in publications such as The New Yorker, The New York Times, Time, The Guardian, Vogue and many others. An interest in Nihang Sikhs brought him to India multiple times in the past several years to work on an ongoing book project on Nihang Sikhs, which consequently provided an experience of spiritual learning and opportunity to form a relationship with Teacher and Saint Baba Nihal Singh who blessed him with the spiritual name Guru Prem in 201

Mondays 7-8:30P  Kundalini Yoga & Naad Meditation

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