Our Project Manager


My name is Fateh. My background is very eclectic. I’ve studied Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training levels 1 & 2, taken refuge with a Chinese Vajrayana and Zen Master, and am a fascinated student of Rudolf Steiner’s Anthroposophy. I’m a therapist by trade (BACP accredited counsellor) and also a Mindfulness and Yoga Nidra teacher, and a Buddhist Chaplain. Ultimately, there is no Buddhist, no Sikh, no Christian… there is just Truth or not Truth. We either live ever refining our alignment to it, or we do not.

I will always be grateful for the teachings of Yogi Bhajan, and to those that shared them with me during a very difficult period in my life. I do not know of any better methodology for assisting people during crisis – being self-empowering, accessible in some form for nearly everyone, and healing of mind, body and Soul.

This is why I want to serve within the Guru Ram Das Project, and why I believe that the intention behind the Guru Ram Das Project is so important: To share Kundalini Yoga where the technology is most needed, with a heart open to the Guru’s grace and healing, and a love of true community.

Our Trustees

Shiv Charan Singh
Shiv Charan Singh is a reknowned teacher of Kundalini Yoga and founder of the Karam Kriya School & Quinta do Rajo. He currently travels the world teaching Karam Kriya – Consultancy Training based on a study of numbers through life and life through numbers. He has written five books on this topic and sees people daily in his practice as a counsellor. Shiv Charan Singh is on the advisory board for KYTA UK. In 2014 he received an Outstanding Achievement Award from KRI honouring his exemplary life of service and impartial teaching of Kundalini Yoga & Sikh Dharma.
Sat Siri Singh
Sat Siri Singh Khalsa is a student of the Guru. He keeps himself busy as Kundalini Yoga teacher and trainer, Minister for Sikh Dharma, and musician. His passion is to study, apply and share about the teachings of Gurbani and other sacred scriptures and to serve people to find well-being and fulfilment. He studied classical Indian raag music with Ustad Surjit Singh Namdhari, sings and plays the Rabaab and the guitar. In 2007, he started to organise pilgrimages to India, and since 2012, he taught numerous Japji Sahib weekend workshops all over Europe. He works as editor for the UK Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association KYTA.
Sat Nadar Kaur
Sat Nadar is a KRI certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, and member of KYTA. She finds her joy in sharing the teachings of Yogi Bhajan – uplifting and supporting others. She lives and works at Purusha in South Yorkshire (home of Sahej Academy), teaching classes, workshops and teaches on the Teacher Training in Yorkshire and Scotland. She trained with Sahej Academy in 2009, and then went on to develop herself through the Level 2 programme. She spent two years living with the yoga community in France integrating the teachings and learning about the yogic lifestyle. She is a person centred counsellor, numerologist, reiki healer, reflexologist. She also loves cooking and teaching circle dancing.
Raghurai Singh
Raghurai Singh (MSc Counselling, BA Hons.) is a Kundalini Yoga teacher since 1999. He teaches a Chair Based programme for the Golden Age and runs Level 2 Kundalini Yoga workshops in London. He is a counsellor/ psychotherapist and a consultant of Karam Kriya. He coordinates One-for-the-Heart workshops and other charitable events for the The Guru Ram Das Project.

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Our Volunteer Teachers

Puran Udini
Puran Udini teaches a weekly class in a residential Alcohol & Drug rehab centre in Purley.
Sarah March
Sarah teaches a weekly class in a Mental Health Outreach Project in Medway.
Martin Haas
Martin teaches a weekly class for the Homeless at Crisis Skylight in Shoreditch.
Lola Olafisoye

Lola teaches a weekly class to Over 50’s at Castlehaven Community Centre and will soon take over a weekly class at CASA, an Alcohol & Drug drop-in centre in Islington.

Marti teaches a weekly class in a residential Alcohol & Drug rehab centre in Putney.[
Siri Jot Kaur
Siri Jot teaches a weekly fundrasing class at Southfields Gurdwara in South London.


Samsakta teaches a weekly class in a Homeless / Rehab Centre for St. Mungo’s.
Seva Simran Kaur
Seva Simran teaches a special class at a Women’s Refuge in North London.

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Our Team of Sevadars

GRDP would like to thank and acknowledge the support of the many people who have contributed to GRDP events and initiatives over the year including: Siri Ganesh Kaur (aka. Rosalind Miller), Ciara McElroy (aka. Jaikar Kaur), Siri Sadhana Kaur, Gian Prakash Kaur, Paramdeep Singh, Fateh Singh,  Satwant Kaur, Avtar Singh, Rishipal Singh, Jasjit Kaur, Kirit Singh, Hari Kartar Kaur, Kiran Kaur, Vardatta Singh, Siri Simran Singh, Surinder Kaur, Amarjit Kaur, Gurmail Singh, Manpreet Singh, Daljit Singh, Har Nal Kaur, Shammi Shah, Paul Upjohn, Rashpal Hayre, Yeli Williams, Minu Gill, Kary Stewart, Aloka Collister, Surinder Kaur, Jaaganroop Singh, Jasdeep Singh… and many others.

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