Sat Avtar

How I Found My Voice

I remember waiting for the bus in the morning when I was 5 pretending I was singing in my very own concert.  It wasn’t until after I started my yoga practice that I truly started enjoying singing and found a gift for it. I had never used song to connect to myself in such a way before. It never empowered me.

Discovering my voice transformed my whole life. Once I made the commitment and put just a little sincere belief in myself a domino effect of change started.  The immense joy of recording in the studio for the first time created waves that rippled through my biggest life challenges.

Three years ago I released my first single Guru Ram Das. I was humbled to hear stories of how it uplifted people, and took away physical and emotional pain. The greatest gift I can possess is bringing people peace through music.

Iv always loved music making. I started DJ’ing at 18 a rare underground electronic music from the UK and house music and toured playing gigs in almost ever major US city, Canada, and Mexico.

I still have musical desires that stretch beyond my limits. Life is a process of living, learning, and loving that never ends. We all have a voice, we just need to find it.

Teaching Kundalini Yoga is a great honor and I am most grateful to be a teacher. I trained at the Guru Ram Das ashram and Baba Siri Chand Yoga Center in Massachusetts, one of the last remaining live-in ashrams Yogi Bhajan helped to create.

I teach internationally and via my online Kundalini Yoga studio Aquarian Yogi. You can find more about me out at Bountiful Beautiful Blissful You my branding coaching and design services website.