Guruatma K Khalsa connects deeply with those directly and indirectly impacted by chronic & critical illness. Her presentations leave the audience and participants inspired and uplifted no matter the stage of their disease.
She continues her research by taking care of her SELF in order to maintain her “KEEP UP!” spirit and by working one-on-one with clients presenting with circumstances ranging from pain and depression to loss of mobility and those facing death.
Caregivers and loved ones will benefit by gathering tools of support both for themselves and the afflicted. All involved leave knowing how to move through the challenges and stages of a chronic & illness, learn self healing techniques and will have a smile on their face more than once!
A typical audience may include:
- Family and Friends
- Individuals challenged by an addictive and / or pain cycle
- People challenged by aging, amputation, autoimmune disease, chronic pain, diabetes, fatigue, heart problems, limited movement, peripheral neuropathy, rare / degenerative diseases, relationship shifts, paralysis, relapse, shock & trauma, and stroke.
“We are confident that Guruatma will be a valuable asset to any …individual… group or organization that avails itself of her services.” ~MSS Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa, Executive Secretary of 3HO, Los Angeles, CA
“In addition, having lived with a disability for many years, she will bring a practical knowledge about how to deal with a disability, particularly how to incorporate yoga into coping strategies.” Sat Tara Kaur Khalsa M.S., L.P.C. Boulder, CO
“I admire her determination and her “never give up” spirit which makes her such a special person and a wonderful teacher. She is gentle, empathetic, open to alternative techniques, and has experienced the pain and frustration of health issues herself….all characteristics that will help her students reach their full wellness potential.” Brandee Tronstad BSN, ATRC (Aquatic Therapy & Rehabilitation Inst. Certif.)
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