Sun May 7 Toronto: Gurunam Singh

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Sun May 7 TORONTO: Gurunam Singh “The Grace of God Tour”, Workshop & Concert at Dancemakers Studio 313, 9 Trinity Street, Toronto.
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“The Naad of Relaxation” Workshop 3:00-4:30pm, doors open at 2:30pm. “The Naad of Relaxation” Workshop. Using Naad Yoga, The Yoga of Sound, and live music with Gurunam Singh, we will explore techniques to bring the mind and body into a state of calm and balance. There will be a minimal amount of yoga and pranayam at the start of the class followed by lots of chanting, meditations and a deeper exploration of the chakras.


Concert 6:00-8:00pm, doors open at 5:30pm. “The Grace of God Tour” Concert
Come chant your way to peace, bliss, balance and an open heart! Gurunam Singh’s music heals and elevates. His humour and stories soothe the soul. Bless yourself with an evening to remember!

Workshop: 3:00-4:30pm, doors at 2:30pm
Concert: 6:00-8:00pm, doors at 5:30pm
Please bring a yoga mat and cushion!

Tickets
Workshop: $30 advance / $40 door
Concert: $35 advance / $45 door
Combined Ticket Special: $55 advance / $65 door
Fees & taxes extra
Purchase tickets HERE: https://tickets.brightstarevents.com/…/the-grace-of-god-tou…
For more information contact Nirmal at nirmal@thewellnesspath.ca or 416-716-1402.

BIO: Gurunam Singh’s musical influences range from gospel, folk, and country to classical Indian raag and from traditional Sikh hymns to devotional Hindu chants. His music is deep, heartfelt and accessible to all.
In Gurunam’s teen years he started having powerful experiences when praying. At age 18 Gurunam Singh was gifted a guitar and began composing simple songs, some personal, some devotional. At 22 he discovered Yogi Bhajan and the Sikh Dharma. When faced with difficult times, the teachings of Yogi Bhajan gave him a home; a way to balance himself. They also gave him Sadhana (daily spiritual practice), which has been an immensely powerful force in his life. Gurunam quickly became involved in sacred chant music and soon began leading chants in the pre-dawn early morning ambrosial hours. He spent long periods of time in the solitude of his own home, and was often to be found in the Sikh temple late at night, chanting to God and writing arrangements for devotional songs. Chanting the Sacred brings Gurunam to a blissful, calm state of mind.
Gurunam Singh is a poet, mantra artist, and workshop facilitator. He tours both nationally and internationally, leading Kirtans and Yatras in India every year. He has several CD’s, some of which can be found on the Spirit Voyage label. He has studied with some great ragis such as Bhai Avtar Singh and Ustaad Narinder Singh Ji, both from India, and Dya Singh from Australia.
For more on Gurunam Singh’s music, please visit gurunamsingh.com.