This retreat is built around a deeper experience of their music and the daily practices that support them in their lives.

Online PR News – 07-October-2010 – – Snatam Kaur and GuruGanesha Singh Host 6 day yoga and sacred chant retreat in Nosara, Costa Rica

From April 3 to 9, 2011 Sacred Chant musicians and Kundalini Yoga teachers, Snatam Kaur and
GuruGanesha Singh will host their annual Yoga and Sacred Chant Retreat in Nosara, Costa Rica. This
retreat focuses on using the tools of sacred chant, Kundalini Yoga and community to prepare for the
transition to the Aquarian Age. It is a journey through the pathways of your own voice to discover your
soul’s song.

Snatam Kaur is one of the most popular New Age artists of our time, selling over 70,000 albums a
year. Snatam Kaur’s albums have topped New Age Billboard and New Age Retailer’s charts repeatedly.

Snatam Kaur, whose father was a manager for the Grateful Dead, has an amazing ability to transform
traditional chants into a contemporary sound that awakens an ancient yearning in the soul.
Sacred Sounds Radio calls her music “spiritually uplifting and deeply soul cleansing.” Ram Dass,
celebrated author of Be Here Now, says that “in Snatam’s voice...there is purity, clarity, and love.”

You’ll find enthusiastic press about Snatam’s music everywhere from the Houston Chronicle to the
Hindustan Times. Traveling the globe with her musical partner, GuruGanesha Singh, her concerts are
beloved for their stunning beauty and the depth of experience they offer. This retreat is built around a
deeper experience of their music and the daily practices that support them in their lives.

The retreat will consist of the following:

Morning Sadhana: A daily practice of Kundalini Yoga and meditation to begin our day as a group with
our spiritual connection to the Infinite

Riyaaz (Vocal Exercises) – Traditional East Indian vocal exercises (Riyaaz) to open the voice and build
confidence for a daily vocal practice.

Daily Workshop –Kundalini Yoga, Meditation, and Mantra. Delve deep into the meaning of specific
mantras with translation, pronunciation, practical application, and personal stories of experience.

Evening Kirtan – Each evening, meet together for kirtan and chanting. This will close the day as a group
in prayer, gratitude and bliss.

Meals – Gourmet vegetarian meals will be home cooked from local, fresh ingredients. Yogi Tea will be
served regularly. This healthy, cleansing food will support you in your spiritual journey.