"In Snatam's voice...there is purity, clarity, and love."
- Ram Dass, author of Be Here Now
Sing, Study and Celebrate with Snatam Kaur!
Through inspirational concerts, workshops, immersion courses and retreats, the much-beloved devotional singer and Grammy nominated recording artist Snatam Kaur shares the power of Sikh sacred mantras with all the world. Possessed of an incandescently luminous voice and a deep knowledge of Kundalini yoga, her concerts and events are joyous occasions and a source of solace for our troubled times.
“A big focus in all I’m doing now is simply coming back to ‘I am love’ and feeling that vibration of love,” she says. “There’s such a feeling of divisiveness in the world now—division amongst each other, and division within ourselves in the form of either shame, guilt, fear or anger. Mantra is powerful in awakening us back to what it means to be loving to ourselves, and loving toward our neighbors who may not agree with us. It’s really from that place of love that we can find the language to work together—to be together.”
An evening of sacred song with Snatam Kaur and her gifted group of musicians is a beautiful, transformational experience that is both deeply personal and jubilantly communal.
On this year’s “Peace Through Sacred Chant tour,” Snatam will be accompanied by Grecco Buratto, Ram Dass, and Sukhmani Rayat.
These five-hour events combine instruction in chanting, meditation and Kundalini yoga to provide an in-depth experience of the power of mantra. A certified Kundalini instructor, Snatam combines sacred posture, breath and meditation practice with instruction in Naad yoga—the yoga of sound.
For those seeking an even deeper dive into the science of sacred sound, Snatam also leads seven-day Intensive courses in conjunction with her mother, recording artist, educator and Gurubani Kirtan singer Prabhu Nam Kaur.
This summer, Snatam will be leading the “Radiant Power of Women Retreat,” as a member of a powerful team of teachers, for a five-day intensive with Kundalini yoga and dance in the morning, and sacred chanting in the afternoon, designed to help women to tap into their inner light and love.