Living Fae and SF Bay Area Events

Photo by Robin Russel

Spring is coming soon… We’re back, creating the altar, at the Sunset Season Opener on March 25th. Hope to see you there celebrating the coming of spring while we dance in the sunshine on the lawn.

We are also hosting Thousand Petals: Kundalini Yoga in Nature with Radha Sangeet on March 18th, along with a few more Kundalini Yoga events throughout Spring.  For more information and to receive an invitation to Thousand Petals send us a message.


Sunday, March 18th, In Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA

By Invitation


Sunday, April 29th | SF Buddhist Center | 37 Bartlett St., San Francisco

To Register: $33 in Advance / $40 Cash at the Door


May 18th & June 15th | SF Buddhist Center| 23 Bartlett St., San Francisco

7pm – 8:15pm | By Donation

For more information on our Upcoming events and Where to Find Us send us a message or visit us on Facebook.

“Creation is ready to serve you, if you just be you.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

Awakening the Ten Bodies


Sunday, February 18th

2:30pm – 4:00pm

SF Buddhist Center @ 37 Bartlett St, San Francisco, CA


“Life is a flow of love only your participation is requested.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

The human body is made up of ten bodies: the physical body, three mental bodies, and six energy bodies. When you have the ability to direct all ten bodies it produces a pure state of consciousness giving you the ability to see the divine in everything.

Kundalini Yoga is the “yoga of awareness”. It is focused on awakening the kundalini energy (primal shakti energy) located at the base of the spine through regular practice of meditation, pranayama, mantra (chanting) and yoga asana.

Radha Sangeet practices and instructs Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan.

“If you understand that you are Ten Bodies, and you are aware of those Ten Bodies, and you keep them in balance, the whole Universe will be in balance with you.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

PLEASE ARRIVE: AT LEAST 15 MIN IN ADVANCE to get situated. We will lock the doors once class begins.

The event space has limited capacity so be sure to arrive early to claim your space.

What to bring: a yoga mat, blanket, cushion and water bottle. Yoga mats, blankets, cushions are also available at the space for use if you don’t have your own. There is a limited supply of yoga mats at the center, so if you have your own, please bring it.

This class is open to all levels.

Tea is available in the lounge before and after class.


Radha Sangeet Kaur is the spiritual name of Melanie Dawn of Living Fae, the Sunset Campout Faerie Ring, and the altars at Sunset Sound System park parties.

Radha Sangeet Kaur began her journey with Kundalini Yoga in 2007 at Golden Bridge in Hollywood, CA in classes and workshops with Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa and Tej Kaur Khalsa. In the summer of 2016, she awoke to the need of a daily practice and shortly after embarked on a journey to incorporate a Kundalini Yoga Sadhana into her life. In order to help her stay motivated and consistent with her practice, Radha joined Jai Dev Singh’s Life Force Academy, an online source for a Kundalini Yoga practice. After a year dedicated to a consistent daily practice, completion of a few 40 day kriyas and meditations, white tantric yoga and a weekend Life Force Immersion, Radha Sangeet signed on with the Guru Ram Das Ashram in San Francisco for Aquarian Teacher Training with Awtar Kaur Khalsa.

Radha (Melanie) has been a practitioner of various forms of yoga, meditation, and spiritual disciplines since 1997.

Living Fae has designed altars and sacred space, performed ritual and blessing, held space and hosted holistic events including breath work, chakra balancing, sound healing and more in the San Francisco Bay Area since 2002.

Living Fae’s light and love creations serve to inspire and uplift those touched by their spiritual installations and have blessed numerous festivals and events including: Sunset Sound System, Sunset Campout, Sunset Sound Meditation, Sound Immersion Experience, The Gathering, Lightning in a Bottle, Agape International Spiritual Center, Global Sound Healing Conference, Faerie Worlds, their annual Summer Solstice Celebration, Living Fae events and more.

Call for Submissions – Faerie Ring Workshops Sunset Campout 2015


Submission Deadline: June 2, 2015

Since its inception, the Sunset Campout Faerie Ring, located on the grass across from the Belden Town Lodge, has served as a communal space to relax, breathe, reconnect and experience a little campout magic. In recent years, it has quickly evolved into an area hosting yoga, meditation and creative conscious workshops.

As we continue to evolve and grow, we would like to offer individuals in our Sunset Community the opportunity to lead a workshop of your own design. If you feel called, we want to support your growth as a creative conscious leader.

We will be selecting workshops well suited for the Faerie Ring to enrich the experience for festival attendees.

Please submit your proposal to:
Melanie Dawn:
Subject: Call for Submissions – Faerie Ring Workshops

Include the following:
· Your Name
· Contact Info
· Name of Workshop
· How long it is
· Description
· Your Background/Experience
· # of Sunset Campout’s Attended

For inspiration here is the Sunset Campout theme for 2015: Shangri-La
Starting in 2013 we began to create an inspirational theme for the Sunset Campout as a way to unify all our creative crews and festival goers in a way that reflects the mood of our current collective. The theme is not meant to be only a literal guide but more intended to trigger mental imagery or a feeling one can draw upon for inspiration that will connect us all for our amazing weekend in the woods. This year’s theme is Shangri-La, the mystical utopia of the Himalayas. Shangri-La represents both a magical hidden place and an era of enlightened consciousness. In the 1933 novel, The Lost Horizon, it’s described as an earthly paradise, where people are permanently happy, have a sense of purpose and are almost immortal. It’s a place filled with enchantment and wonder that lies deep within the hearts of those who live there and those who seek to find it. For many of our attendees and contributors alike, the Sunset Campout has been described as an almost utopian setting. This is our own Shangri-La, nestled in a hidden valley, protected from the outside world, for one weekend together. This year we invite you to be inspired to recreate and embody your version, no matter how abstract, of Shangri-La.

We look forward to your submissions!

Love, light and faerie dust!¨`*.✫*¨*.¸¸.*¨`*.✫*¨*¨`*.✫*¨*.¸¸.*¨`*.✫*¨*.¸¸.*¨`*.✫*¨*¨`*.✫*