When she was three years old, she was able to pick out songs that she heard on the piano. At six, she began the long journey with classical piano lessons and joined choirs wherever she was. She made her first actual record album at 13 years of age and started playing guitar at 19. In 1989 she started her own production company, released several recordings, became a Kundalini Yoga Teacher in 2001, and in 2009 released her first chant Cd, the 25th Pauri. Yogi Bhajan named her Sohan Kaur. It means “your inner beauty is you.”

After her first experience with the healing power of the Naad, she started traveling across the country in a pick-up truck, practicing chants while driving along many vast and beautiful  landscapes.  Later she became a massage therapist.  Her focus continues to be healing and the many facets and lessons that accompany that experience.

She believes in the transformational power of the Naad and longs to create more chant music in the future with the vision that the healing power of music can assist people across the planet to wholly embrace light,  grace, and peace, accompanied by the gentle sounds originally written in poems by the beautiful Sikh Gurus.





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Natalie Flowers (Sohan Kaur)

  • I love her. She is a woman of MANY talents and spiritual gifts.

    -- christi.usher
  • A refreshing voice, in an uplifting inspirational song

    -- john schwarzenbacg
  • It*s so wonderful!; I do Japji and somes pauris every day, when I listened to her song, I just needed to add the 25th pauri to my practice, probably I need it because I hear it in my head all the time. It's brings me happiness. LOVE, Parmatma

    -- Parmatma Kaur