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.
Suhab Kaur, PhD, has been practicing Kundalini Yoga and Karam Kriya since 1995 under the guidance of her spiritual teacher Shiv Charan Singh. She is a KRI certified Professional Teacher Trainer teaching in the UK and internationally, and a Karam Kriya trainer and consultant. Since 2002 she has been teaching regular weekly classes in community centres and an NHS run residential home for vulnerable women; she also contributed to the GRDP seva work teaching classes for the elderly and One for the Heart workshops. Between 2011-16 Suhab served as secretary of KYTA UK and since 2016 she has worked with her teacher to develop the curriculum of the Karam Kriya for Kundalini Yoga (KK4KY) course, which she coordinates and teaches in London and across Europe. Suhab is also a musician and interdisciplinary artist, and has participated in exhibitions and collaborative projects worldwide.
Gobind Seetal (aka Harsha Moore) trained with Karam Kriya and Ik Saran Dhian teacher training schools, having started Level 1 in 2004 and completing her final Level 2 module in 2018, after a pause to have her two boys.
Gobind is a qualified solicitor and her journey to teaching started at work. Her colleagues had noticed a change in Gobind after each yoga class and asked her to teach them after work.
She currently teaches online with students in the UK, America and India. Helping people with their wellbeing and mental health, as well as addressng loneliness has been a driving force to extend her teaching, especially in current times. Being a life-long student of the teachings, she continues to focus time and energy on learning, including from her teachers, her students and her own children. Gobind has been involved with the GRDP for some years holding One for the Heart sessions in Watford.
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Our Volunteer Teachers
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.
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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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