Adler University is excited to host a Community event focusing on spirituality, art, and social justice.
Please join us on Saturday December 3rd, 2016 to welcome guest speaker: Shabad Kaur Khalsa, LCPC, LMFT, E-RYT 500.
This Adler University, Community Event, will focus on the spirituality within a therapeutic setting, as it applies to art therapy. Shabad Kaur Khalsa will dicuss her background as a psychotherapist and art thereapist, as well a specialized yoga instructor. She will engage the audience in light seated yoga techniques, art therapy experientials, and breathing exercises. This event is to highlight Adler's current theme of spirituality, and how Adler as a University can expand. A light breakfast will be served.
All are welcome to attend, and join-in participating. This event is Free to Adler University Students and Faculty members. Non-Adler Students and Non-Adler Faculty are asked to pay $5.00 cash at check-in to attend.
Please provide your student ID, faculty ID or State ID for verification during check-in.
About Shabad Kaur Khalsa
Shabad Kaur Khalsa is a psychotherapist and art therapist for adult individuals and couples, specializing in integrating practical techniques of yoga and meditation into treatment approaches for anxiety, depression, and relationship challenges. Shabad Kaur maintains a private practice in North Center, and has 28 years of clinical experience. Shabad Kaur is a certified yoga teacher and yoga teacher trainer with 30 years of practice on the yogic path, and is co-owner of Spirit Rising Yoga Center in the Lakeview area, where she facilitates an ongoing group called ‘Yoga for Emotional Wellness,’ which integrates yoga, meditation and expressive arts. Shabad Kaur has facilitated numerous workshops and professional trainings on making yoga and meditation accessible to all. She is registered with Yoga Alliance at the highest level of teaching experience. The health and empowerment of women through the teachings of yoga is a cause that is especially near and dear to her heart, and offers teachings on fertility issues, prenatal yoga, and conscious birthing. She teaches regular women’s classes and workshops, and leads the annual Midwest Women’s Yoga Retreat.