Dharam Singh brings to the Kundalini Yoga community a perspective inspired by his broad exposure to Native American Shamanism, Ayurveda, Reichian Body-Centered Therapy and the Way of the Gong.
Dharam, being truly a child of the 60s, began his exploration of sound as a saxophonist and flutist in the Bronx, NYC - an environment immersed in the rich music and culture of Africa by way of the Caribbean, African America music and the counter culture, which gave him a multicultural perspective on musical language, which he would later come to share through 10 years creating shows for College and NPR radio in Fairbanks, AK.
It wasn't until his college years when he left for Alaska, that Dharam Singh would truly come into himself through living close to the earth, initiating himself through a Kundalini yogic practice and doing the emotional work.
His passion for the transformative power of sound and music has found a place in the use of the Gong as he came to develop a unifying aural language that removes the separation between head and heart, body and soul and balances the elements. In his own practice he bathes and dwells in these these frequencies, tones and harmonics, already completely evident in Nature and understands that they are the essence of the order of everything. Having walked the path of Sikh Dharma, with Yogi Bhajan for more than 30 years has served in the process of many to experience peace and wellness simply through laying down, relaxing and listening.