Satwinder Kaur Sran
Satwinder obtained her BSc from the University of Alberta in 2000 and has been working for Alberta Health Services for the last 20 years. She has been teaching Kundalini Yoga for the last 18 years and holds an International Kundalini Yoga Certification from the Kundalini Research Institute, New Mexico. Satwinder has been very fortunate to learn from Yogi Bhajan, Master of Kundalini Yoga who brought these ancient teachings to the west for the first time in 1968. Satwinder has additional training through the Guru Ram Das Center for Medicine and Humanology to teach people with Cancer, Diabetes and Immune Dysfunctions. Satwinder also holds a certification in Radiant Child Yoga Levels 1-3. Satwinder has taught numerous workshops in Winnipeg, Lloydminster, Edmonton and area on topics such as: Healthy Breast, Diet and Eating Habits, Insomnia, Divine Goddess, Inner Vitality, etc. She holds weekend retreats on a yearly basis at the Sanctum Retreat Center. Satwinder has hosted world renowned teachers, such as Snatam Kaur, Shakta Khalsa, Krishna Kaur and Dr. Sat Dharam. Satwinder has been teaching the chronic pain patient population since 2007 at the University of Alberta Hospital for the Multidisciplinary Pain Clinic. She has presented talks on Yoga and Cancer, and Yoga for Insomnia for the Complementary and Alternative Medicine at the U of A hospital. She has also presented for the Arthritis society of Alberta and NWT on the benefits of Yoga. She recently completed her training in Yoga Therapy from the Mount Royal University. Satwinder will be providing Yoga Therapy to individuals with the following health conditions: Chronic Pain, Cancer, Diabetes, Immune Dysfunctions, Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, Breast Health, Menopause, and Addictions. Satwinder works together with her clients to design and create a personal yoga program that would serve each individual’s unique health challenge to facilitate optimal health and healing of the mind, body, and soul.
“The art of healing, the art of ecstasy, the art of God-consciousness has millions of names in mystic terms. It has to do with rhythm and reality. When the body is in rhythm, there is ease. When the body or any part of the body goes out of rhythm, there is dis-ease.” Yogi Bhajan