Ora Balha was always attracted to mysticism, and the ability of the body to be used as an instrument for spiritual communion. Trained as a dancer, Ora found her way to the Sufi path and has been whirling since 2007, in addition to teaching the art to others. Along with her husband, she also operates a coexistence center, which brings together Palestinians, Israelis and Internationals, organizes conferences on nonviolence, runs an Arabic/Hebrew bilingual kindergarten in the Rudolph Steiner method, and manages an organic coop.
Ihab Balha is a Palestinian Arab who has been investigating Islam, and Sufism in particular, for many years. Trained in the Mevlevi order since 2007, he has been whirling ever since. He and his wife are involved in many community projects dedicated to reconciliation between Arabs and Jews, including Sulha Peace Project. His primary interest is to use Islam as a bridge between hearts.
Guru Singh is a celebrated third-generation yogi, master spiritual teacher, author, and musician.
Guru Singh teaches conscious living through the tools of Humanology, Kundalini yoga, meditation, and sacred sound. His teachings grew from an esoteric curiosity inspired by his family’s deep connection to the spiritual masters of India.
Paramahansa Yogananda was his first teacher. In 1969, Guru Singh met Yogi Bhajan, a spiritual leader from northern India and master of Kundalini yoga. From that moment on Guru Singh has been studying and teaching Kundalini yoga and meditation, a science taught in India for over five thousand years. He has spread this ancient science with passion and a practical fusion of Eastern mysticism into Western pragmatism.
Guru Singh’s books, music, yoga/meditation classes, blog posts, podcasts, and lectures uplift thousands worldwide. Based in Los Angeles at Yoga West and Golden Bridge yoga studios, he also teaches Kundalini Level I and II teacher training courses. He meets students privately for consultations and sound healing sessions when in Los Angeles.