The word bhakti means to devote and surrender one's self by service, meditation and prayer. Bhakti Yoga is the path of devotion and the cultivation of unconditional spiritual love.

A practice of selfless devotion and recognition of the Divine in everything.
It was first described in the Bhagavad Gita and the Upanishads, ancient Hindu texts which focus on liberation from suffering.

Bhakti yoga involves surrendering to the Divine or uniting with the universal consciousness.



The word Gurumukhi literally means "from the mouth of the Guru" and comes from the Old Punjabi word guramukhī.


Gurmukhi is the name of the script exclusively used to write the Sikh holy scriptures, Sri Guru Granth Sahib and Dasam Granth.

If you are serious about understanding Sikhi and The Holy Scriptures, you can benefit of learning to read, pronounce and understand the Gurmukhi script (paintee) instead of just using translations and transliterations (romanised). 

Please read my article here:


Yoga, which derives its name from the word “yoke” - to bring together - does just that, bringing together the mind, body, and spirit.

Whether you use yoga for spiritual transformation or for stress management and physical well-being, the benefits are numerous.


'I wanted to do sewa (selfless service), so, after researching Western academic material on stress, I created a system to tackle modern day stress based on scientific findings and yoga.'


According to Kamalroop Singh, his work is based on the work of Dr Benson, who coined the famous ‘relaxation response’ to the fight or flight instinct that produces stress.

Singh swears by the efficacy of his techniques, which include guided relaxation, stretches, deep breathing, meditation, maintaining balance and composure.

Singh said the crux of his teaching is the art of going with the flow.
Guru Nanak Dev, he said, exhorted humanity to remain within “hukum.”


Read more in The Maldives Times & Times of India



Tantra Yoga is an essential ancient science of personal and spiritual evolution.

The Sanskrit word Tantra means “to weave and expand.”
The tantric path is non-dualistic, meaning there is no separation of the physical world and the world of spirit. Tantra sees the two as intertwined, and heightens our awareness that all the threads of our experience are part of the divine tapestry of life. 


Growth and spiritual development is the law of life.
When we stop growing spiritually, we actually begin dying. When a relationship stops growing, it starts dying as well.

A relationship that maintains its freshness and depth through the years is possible only if both you and your partner are growing.


"Tantra is the science of turning ordinary lovers into soulmates. Two lovers can be transformed so deeply that all their seven centers can start meeting. It is one of the greatest treasures that is lying there, unused. The day  humanity uses it the earth will become aglow with a new love.”  



A more advanced yoga practice including Pranayama (breath work), Asana (the physical practice), meditation and mantra - all combined in a way to enhance spiritual development and bring you into a higher state of being.

To take part in any of these courses feel free to get in contact.