The gross form of the mind is in the body and the subtle form of the body is in the mind - every mental knot has a corresponding physical knot and every physical knot has a corresponding mental knot. Physical, emotional, environmental and chemical stress and trauma - all life experiences and emotions are stacked and stored in the physical and energetic body, creating knots and blocks. These blocks manifest themselves as mental or physical obstacles, tension and pain, contributing to habitual patterns and limitations in all aspects of a persons life.

Somatic Bodywork is a one-of-a-kind experience of expansive emotional and physical release. With different but equally sophisticated and conscious techniques, blocks in the body are being addressed, creating a place for deep opening and unlocking. The result is release of dormant energy  — the body regains its vitality and strength and the mind becomes light, creative and balanced.

This unique healing modality is internationally recognised for it's effectiveness, intuitive accuracy and long-lasting results. It acts somato-physically; through the body to the mind, promoting full body potential, self-healing and balance. With a well and personally chosen set of yoga and meditation, together with regular bodywork, full body potential is activated and can be experienced as increased confidence in all areas of life. 

Originally developed by Mark Lamm and Yogi Bhajan, this healing art was handed down and taught directly to Dyal Singh Khalsa, Yogi Bhajans personal bodyworker and healer. For over a decade Kuldip trained and taught with Dyal Singh, after which he further added his lifelong understanding of working with energy and the internal Martial Arts. These healing arts transformed into its current state - TAIYO Healing Arts®. Being one of his greatest passions in life, Kuldip continues to create a space for people to ’Heal and be Real’ in the Age of Aquarius.


Connective Tissue Release; applied to the entire body through a soft towel, the connective tissue release method is a graceful three-step-stroke that gently unwinds the body, allowing more overall flexibility, body awareness and releasing of heavy emotions.

Polynesian Footwork; differing from the traditional arm and handwork, the foot covers a larger area, and therefore connects and opens larger sections instead of individual strands. Extremely effective in reducing muscle soreness, creating more fluidity, strengthening bone, lengthening the body and deeply grounding an individual.

Abdominal Massage; originating from Taoist Monks, this technique directly deals with unwinding and opening the abdominal area in a gentle manner.  We have found that most of the deeper emotions can be accessed through the navel point. By unwinding the tissue and gently stimulating organ function the client has a tremendous opportunity to feel clearer, lighter more emotionally balanced.

Intuitive Touch; this work draws from the tradition of Jin Shin Do Acupressure and focuses on the Tsubo points (power points) in the body to restore harmony in a person’s Chi flow.

Arched Bodywork Table; this is a highly effective tool to decompress and elongate the spine by working with gravity.



"I met Kuldip by the merest chance, while I was in Helsinki for a seminar. I was then at the end of a long period of mourning, suffering and pain, just wanting to move on. Kuldip felt, heard and understood everything without knowing me. With attention, warmth and generosity that I have rarely experienced, he managed in just 3 sessions to unlock many, many, many things... I'm still amazed by what he does, and by the way he does it. So I can only strongly encourage to knock on his door and surrender to his hands, his heart and his soul. Trust him, and all is coming."

Lydie, Brussels, Belgium

“Today's session was nothing short of exceptional. Kuldip radiates warmth, compassion, grace and professionalism. I've had bodywork all over the world and I confess I'm pretty particular (I don't let people with murky energy or porous boundaries work on me). The clarity and coherence of Kuldip's energy field, combined with his impeccable boundaries and flawless skills, invites trust. What I experienced today was no mere bodywork session, but rather an embodied art form.”

Kimberly, New York City

"I have access to the best bodyworkers in NYC, and still, earlier this year I traveled to see him in Helsinki for work on my neck, spine and auric field. He is extraordinarily intuitive and trauma sensitive."

Paramatma Siri Sadhana, New York City

“Kuldip’s masterful approach not only adjusts the body, but nourishes, guides and comforts the soul. His work aligns and leads your whole body back on track. Sign up! You’re in great hands.”

Dara, New York City

“Kuldip Singh Khalsa’s healing practice feels to me like a fierce and loving presence that moves back and forth through time and space, working with all of the 10 (or more) bodies we have from the most subtle, energetic, to the most dense, physical, back and forth, into whatever is needed. I felt accepted as a totality in his presence, and therefore perceived my own wholeness. In that space my knee which I injured and had surgery on as a teenager, and my never quite healed dislocated collarbone, and the grief in my heart from many intimate losses all had the time and space to be integrated and to re-align themselves. The healing space that he holds is so stable that I think as a result I was open to and willing to let go of and heal what I needed to. It felt like Kuldip Singh moved through the past with me and opened up the spaces of my future possible self or selves.”

Amy, New York City

“After a treatment I feel more relaxed, my whole body is less tense, sometimes even tired, but in a pleasant way as after a nice workout when endorphins had been realized. I usually feel a bit like floating, like in another dimension, my mind is clearer and aware of other aspects that I usually I do not pay attention. It is such a wonderful experience that I can only recommend everyone to have one to feel what I try to explain. And then will realized that you want another one.”

Monica, Helsinki