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Bir-Ras "Warrior Spirit" #AncientDanceMedicine

"...Therefore, Gatka means, one whose freedom, sovereignty and liberty belongs to grace. It is an art of self-defense which makes a person graceful...It has 2 ½ steps to the left and 2 ½ steps to the right. The 2 ½ steps movements produce a 3 ½ cycle of the electromagnetic psyche to create one-point and a half strength of endurance with the electromagnetic field of the infinity of the universe." -Yogi Bhajan

Siri Kartar returns to Kundalini Windansea, for Baisakhi Weekend where we will celebrate our Invincible, Warrior Spirit--Yogi Style!


  • Empower yourself with Kundalini Yoga sets combined with Naad Yoga (essence of Sound) to evoke your power of auric projection.
  • Connect with the vastness of your heart chanting to Siri Kartar performing live, ancient mantra.
  • Coordinate and revitalize your hemispheres playing Gatka (Indian Martial Art) while building stamina and enhancing focus of body and mind.

The workshop will conclude with sounds of celebration, moving our body with the dance..because life is a celebration!

"Siri Kartar's Gatka workshop was amazing! I had zero experience with Gatka outside of watching some YouTube videos so I was up for a new experience and Siri Katar did not disappoint. Her energy and knowledge of Gatka shown through in every minute of the three-hour workshop. I'm excited to learn more and to get my hands on some Gatka sticks 👊"

-Joey Lampe

"Siri Kartar's Gatka workshop was one of the most fun Saturdays I've had in a long time! Her positive energy is contagious, it is impossible not have a great time with her! I was not familiar with Gatka and didn't know what to expect but that didn't matter at all. Siri Kartar explained everything so easily and thoroughly that before long the whole group was flowing with the rhythm dance moves of Bhangara. I can't wait for Siri Kartar to come back to learn more about this badass practice!"

- Jenni Misura

"The best workshop I have ever been to."

-Aerial Anger

SiriKartar (originally from Rome, Italy) is one of the few individuals that teaches Gatka, a martial art from India, known as the Dance of the Sword and has been for over thirty years. Unlike other martial arts Gatka relates to the female aspect in us. Its power and skills expressed in dance-like flowing movements, while each step is accompanied by the sound of Indian devotional kirtan. Gatka improves coordination, focus, determination, projection and ability to eliminate the blockages residing in our subconscious mind.


Sat nam.