I am a fully qualified and experienced Holistic Therapist. Already from a young age I have been interested in a natural lifestyle including natural food and holistic healing methods. Yoga and Meditation are my first love, and after studying Kundalini Yoga in Germany and in France, I qualified with a Level 2 Diploma from Kundalini Research Institute (3HO) and have been practising and teaching since 2000.
After moving to the UK in 2007, I studied Aromatherapy and Therapeutic Massage with ITHMA under the tuition of Gabriel Mojay, author of “Aromatherapy for Healing the Spirit”. I have been practising Aromatherapy and Therapeutic Massage since qualifying in 2009. Following my passion for essential oils and natural cosmetic products I created 5-element body oils and soap bars. I am also a passionate natural soap maker, safety assessed since 2012. I make individuell bespoke aromatherapy products.
During my work in a clinic in Notting Hill, London, I have been lucky to receive a reflexology treatment from a colleague which almost “spontaneously” healed my Tinnitus, a problem that has been bothering me for years since my stressful past life in a busy office in Germany. I strongly believe in the healing power of Reflexology, and I qualified as a professional Reflexologist in 2013. I carry a Level 3 Diploma and have trained with the London School of Reflexology under the tuition of Louise Keet, one of the UK’s foremost Reflexology Practitioners and author of the “Reflexology Bible”.
In my practise, I specialise in stress management, woman’s health / hormonal balance & general well-being. I am passionate about health and well-being, and, over the years, I have successfully helped clients with digestive problems, anxiety, insomnia, muscular aches and pains or supporting through pregnancy.
I absolutely love my work and one of the rewards is to see how full body and foot massages combined with essential oils help my clients to feel and look so much better after every treatment.
Please feel free to contact me for more information or to book a treatment. I look forward to working with you:
Sat Siri Singh
As Kundalini Yoga teacher I find fulfilment by serving you to improve your physical, mental and emotional balance and wellbeing, to expand your awareness and tolerance, and to experience the true identity of your soul.
I like to study and practise the perennial sacred teachings and have a particular love and passion for Gurbani and the meditation of Shabad Guru. I am currently working on a dictionary and sound-spirit elaboration for the late 18th century composition of Jaap Sahib by Guru Gobind Singh.
As a trustee of the Guru Ram Das Project yoga charity, I work with a team of highly experienced and motivated yoga teachers and volunteers to provide Kundalini Yoga and meditation classes to people in particularly challenging circumstances such as homelessness, addiction, illness, disability, exclusion, etc. to improve the quality of physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing.
I started practising Kundalini Yoga with Amrit Nam Sarovar in 2002 and have been teaching classes, workshops, retreats and trainings since 2003. From 2013 to 2020 I served as Minister for Sikh Dharma International. I studied classical Indian raag music with Ustad Surjit Singh Namdhari and play the rabaab and the guitar. In 2007, I started organizing pilgrimages to India, and since 2012, I taught numerous Japji Sahib workshops in Europe and the UK. I have a PhD in theoretical physics and live with my lovely and inspiring wife Shakta Kaur in Slough, England.
Articles from Sat Siri Singh
Reflexions on Non-violence and the Depreciation of “Other” Religions
(published on facebook January 2019)
Not Affected by Pleasure
(published for SDI Ministry March 2016)
Observations about Seva
(published for KYTA & GRDP Sep 2015)
The Joy of Looking for Him – Yatras to India
(published for SDI Ministry May 2015)
The Purification of Motivation
(published for GRDP January 2015)
Guru Nanak Prakash – Baba Nanak Shah Faqir
(published for KYTA November 2014)
Report from the Mool Mantra Japa
(published for KYTA August 2014)
Sharing and Donating as Spiritual Practice
(published for KYTA August 2014)