Over 20-years ago Amarjit Singh renounced the householder’s life to focus his attention on self-realization. He has lived in ashrams, monasteries, and caves, spending long periods of time in serious meditation retreats.
Amarjit is a Writer, Podcaster, Yoga Teacher, and Transformational Coach helping people realize their potential. He uses Scientific Hand Analysis to get to the core of your being, Transformational Coaching, based on the principles of yoga psychology, for the encouragement and guidance to live your potential, and Yoga Therapy, for the physical and mental attitude to put it into action.
Amarjit has been analyzing hands for two decades. He combines a scientific approach with his intuition and understanding of yoga psychology to get to the core of a person’s being.
Amarjit has had articles published on yoga psychology in several languages in magazines around the world such as Yoga Magazine and other health, fitness, and spirituality publications. He also writes a monthly blog for doyouyoga.com titled – Living Your Potential.
Amarjit holds a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business from California State University, an MBA in Financial Management and Markets from Arizona State University, and is a KRI Certified Kundalini Yoga instructor.
Amarjit’s counseling, workshops, lectures, and writing come from the depth of his life experiences. Not only does he counsel people to live their unique lives, he lives his own. He has many experiences to draw from, in a wide variety of fields. He has held jobs ranging from construction worker to investment banker on Wall Street. His life has been anything but conventional.
He has worked as a construction worker, stand-up comedian, Investment Banker, Capital Markets Consultant, Professor of Finance and Economics, Manager of Strategic Planning for a biotechnology company, and Senior Business Planner for Walt Disney Studios, and yoga teacher in India.
Amarjit has lived in New York City, Los Angeles, Madrid, Barcelona, Berlin, and currently resides in India. He travels throughout Europe, Asia, and North America where he conducts workshops and provides counseling.