Angad Singh is a Kundalini Yoga Teacher Trainer, Shiatsu Practitioner & Spiritual Coach.
After many years on the spiritual path he found the truth he had been seeking Kundalini Yoga practice. He now lives to serve others on their journey. Angad has recently returned to the UK after 4 years serving as Director of Château Anand, Europe’s Ashram and Kundalini Yoga Centre, in France.
He teaches across the UK and Europe.
After the indoctrination of my school education my personal journey of discovery started with a degree in Biological Sciences at the University of Oxford. However, the more I came to know of the phenomenal world the less I felt I understood about how it really worked.
After this I became interested in human psychology and how we perceive the phenomenal world and why we do the things we do. This led to me working in the corporate world as a brand strategist, creativity consultant, market researcher and social trend expert. After a few years in this world my personal ethics took over from financial desires and I left the corporate world to share my understanding in a more appropriate environment. I successfully set up and managed Spiral Insight Ltd. a social psychology and ethical business consultancy and worked alongside Demos as an associate. In 2008 I published ‘State of Trust‘ a book exploring trust and relationships between local government and the population.
At the same time I continued my investigations into the nature of reality and humanity studying the philosophy of the Wu Xing (Chinese 5 elements) and training in Shiatsu at Ki Kai School in North London. Working with shiatsu I became interested in shifting psychological patterns through touch and body work and furthered my studies with a postgraduate course in ‘Movement Shiatsu’ with Bill Palmer and the School for Experiental Education and ‘Seiki’ with Akinobu Kishi.
Following a spontaneous Kundalini Rising in 2002 I became a ‘seeker’ of truth and over the following 5 years I pursued varying paths of discovery with a series of teachers (Buddhism, Taoism, Shinto, Sufism) and explored various spiritual practices before finally discovering Kundalini Yoga.
On discovering Kundalini Yoga in 2007 I found the path I had been seeking and pursued Teacher Training. Following and year in India I returned to Europe where I met my spiritual teacher and fully committed to this lineage and path.