SuperHealth director, Mukta Kaur Khalsa recently returned from a visit to London upon the invitation of the Southall London Yoga Center. SuperHealth is a technology of yogic science based on the teachings of Yogi Bhajan and designed to break bad habits, addictions and negative behavioral tendencies. SuperHealth trains teachers all around the world in the nutritional and meditative techniques used to combat addictive behavior.

Here is the recording from that radio interview. It is very informational and contains lots of good stuff. You can listen to it and download it below….

Below is a photo of a Kundalini Yoga class conducted before the Southall training course on May 8 and 9, 2010. A class was also conducted at Alchemy, one of the largest yoga centers in Central London.

Yogi Bhajan was very committed to sharing the technology of Kundalini Yoga and meditation, which originated in the Mother Land of India, with Punjab Radio Interview in UKtoday’s youth who can serve as an inspiration to live healthy, happy and in the rising spirit of “Cherdi Kala.”

The newly published book, “Meditations for Addictive Behavior” is available at Alchemy and on the SuperHealth website.

Sweet Sikhi is a group of British Sikh youth who are dedicated to seva for the social and spiritual upliftment of Sikh youngsters through sharing Gurmat (the Guru’s teachings) in a medium, language and way, which young people can relate to and understand through the radio, talks, workshops and camps. While Mukta Kaur was in London, Sweet Sikhi devoted a radio show to SuperHealth on Panjab Radio in Southall. Satinder Singh interviewed Sat Siri Singh, Balvinder Kaur and Mukta Kaur. The topic was Living SuperHealth in Today’s Stressful Times. He explored how to use the technology of Kundalini Yoga to live a fulfilled life in the spirit of Waheguru and Cherdi Kala.