The upcoming Yoga Kirtan Fest on Friday Jan. 18th, will feature TK (Titiksava Karunika) from San Diego & band members from Los Angeles. Kimberly Preston will teach the introductory Yoga Session before the kirtan.
The upcoming Yoga Kirtan Fest on Friday Jan. 18th, will feature TK (Titiksava Karunika) from San Diego & band members from Los Angeles. Kimberly Preston will teach the introductory Yoga Session before the kirtan. Here is the facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/318456318258511/
Here is a further description of the event: Kimberly Preston, R.Y.T., is a life-long yogini. Even before being introduced to Iyengar’s Light on Yoga through a library book sale at the age of 10, she was already a spiritual seeker, curious and interested in the world and how to live in it fully!…Kimberly completed her 200 hour level Yoga Teacher Training in Vinyasa and Hatha Yoga from Frog Lotus Yoga Teacher Training, as well as an Apprenticeship with her mentor and guide, Jennifer Yarro. Kimberly has also completed the ChildLight Children’s Yoga Teacher Training and finds much joy in sharing yoga with kids. http://
Titiksava Karunika Das aka TK is the lead singer, songwriter and guitarist for the Namrock Band. Namrock plays rock music with uplifting lyrics and also employs the use of sacred mantras. Mantras are used to elevate the consciousness of the listener. Sacred sound vibration in a rock candy coated package.
TK is a transcendental poet who wrote over 200 songs in English lyrics revealing ancient teachings from the Vedas from his personal realizations.
With 12 CD’s to his credit, TK has played kirtan all over the world, including Spanish Fork, Utah at the Festival of Colors.
He’ll be with us from San Diego on the 18th to give a boost to the growing kirtan scene in Salt Lake City. This will be an enCHANTing evening of yoga and live music, which will stay in your hearts for weeks, months, years, or even lifetimes to come. Visit his web site at www.namrock.com
Register online here for savings on admission, fresh juices, yoga mats, and hot prasadam: