• Chand Dyal Singh Khalsa, HHP & CMT #13960
  • Nathan LeBlanc, CMT #70086
  • Chand Dyal Singh Khalsa, HHP & CMT #13960

    Chand Dyal Singh Khalsa, HHP & CMT #13960

    Holistic Health Practitioner
    CAMTC Certified Massage Therapist
    KRI Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher

    Born Victor Hoat Nguyen on 26 October 1982 in Los Angeles, California, he was the son of Vietnamese parents who came to the United States as a result of the Vietnam war. As a boy he attended private Catholic school and loved singing in the choir and serving as an altar boy. This was his earliest connection to God and religion.

    As a boy, I was very shy and kept to myself but always felt confident and comfortable in one to one situations with others. I learned what it meant to hold space and simply listen with an open heart. My personal connection with my friends and family were meaningful and had depth.

    He was always drawn to go deeper in spirit in his relationships as a boy and continued to develop this ability during his teenage years by diving deeper into his own personal identity. One of the major transformations he experienced during this time was being more in touch with his identity as a gay individual.

    Dealing with typical social pressures as a teenager was already a lot to handle but to come out of the closet and establish clarity on my sexual orientation was a triumph. It was liberating to be fully connected with my truth.

    In his early 20s, he got introduced to holistic massage therapy as a means to overcome chronic pain and that led him to a more conscious path as a healer and teacher.

    Physically I was feeling excellent in my body again and emotionally and mentally I was awakening. I discovered a new spiritual awareness that I haven’t felt before and I was very curious to explore more.

    He enrolled at the International Professional School of Bodywork (IPSB) and studied holistic health and massage therapy. IPSB taught him the holistic approach to health and the importance of being psychologically sensitive when working on someone’s body.

    Growing up I did not receive much loving touch and tended to feel disconnected and closed off from others and myself. At IPSB, I received so much healthy touch on a regular basis as part of the training that it helped me heal, process and transform on a very deep level. I learned firsthand the power of human touch.

    He earned a Holistic Health Practitioner certificate and has been practicing as a licensed massage therapist in California since 2007. He specializes in Thai Massage & Acupressure and Sports Massage. He enjoys working with athletes, yogis, healers and teachers to help them holistically achieve a balanced life of health, wellness and spirituality.

    In 2014, he got introduced to Kundalini Yoga & Meditation and it sparked something deep within his soul. He practiced different types of yoga before but this was different. To quench his thirst for more experience in Kundalini Yoga, he took a Kundalini Yoga teacher training course in 2015 and is now a Kundalini Research Institute (KRI) certified yoga teacher. His connection and style as a Kundalini teacher embodies love, compassion and kindness combined with the energy, wisdom and truth of the moon. He loves the power of mantras and the ability it has to project a certain consciousness. In 2016, he was given the spiritual name of Chand Dyal Singh Khalsa and committed to a Sikh lifestyle, a student for life who sees God in all and serves all.

    His life path directs him to be a spiritual teacher empowering others to connect with their life’s destiny in order to live a healthy, happy and spiritually connected life. He incorporates holistic massage therapy, energy work, heart centered communication, Kundalini yoga and meditation into his work as a healer and teacher.

  • Nathan LeBlanc, CMT #70086

    Nathan LeBlanc, CMT #70086

    Structural Integrator
    Holistic Health Practitioner
    CAMTC Certified Massage Therapist

    Nathan studied the Rolf Method of Structural Integration under the tutelage of Edward Maupin at the International Professional School of Bodywork (IPSB) in San Diego, California where he learned how to introduce effortless movement within the human body. Utilizing postural and gait analysis Nathan provides greater insight into the foundational movements of the body.

    Athletes, massage therapists and office workers are some people that can benefit from Structural Integration bodywork. One of the main intention behind the work is to create the sense of grace within gravity. Clients benefit from reduction of pain, greater ease of movement and a better awareness of their tension patterns.

    Nathan’s primary goal is to help clients achieve health and purification through focused contacts, movement and awareness.

Chand Dyal Singh Khalsa, HHP & CMT #13960

Chand Dyal Singh Khalsa, HHP & CMT #13960

Chand Dyal Singh Khalsa, HHP & CMT #13960

Holistic Health Practitioner
CAMTC Certified Massage Therapist
KRI Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher

As a holistic massage therapist, Chand Dyal is honored to have the opportunity to hold space for clients to make lifestyle choices that are conducive to happy holistic healing. Oftentimes I stand witness in awe of my clients‘ transformational processes. In my holistic massage therapy practice thus far, I attract three main groups of individuals. They are:

  1. Seekers of physical and emotional pain relief
  2. Addicts who have a desire to survive, recover, thrive and be free from their addictions
  3. Master healers who are looking to be more spiritually connected

In addition to these specific needs I help others fulfill, I have the ability to connect on a soul level and assist in one’s search for truth and identity. I know from experience that once one lives life in every moment in absolute honesty and integrity, alignment with one’s true authentic self occurs and this results in a deep inner happiness.

Nathan LeBlanc, CMT #70086

Nathan LeBlanc, CMT #70086

Nathan LeBlanc, CMT #70086

Structural Integrator
Holistic Health Practitioner
CAMTC Certified Massage Therapist

Nathan studied the Rolf Method of Structural Integration under the tutelage of Edward Maupin at the International Professional School of Bodywork (IPSB) in San Diego, California where he learned how to introduce effortless movement within the human body. Utilizing postural and gait analysis Nathan provides greater insight into the foundational movements of the body.

Athletes, massage therapists and office workers are some people that can benefit from Structural Integration bodywork. One of the main intention behind the work is to create the sense of grace within gravity. Clients benefit from reduction of pain, greater ease of movement and a better awareness of their tension patterns.

Nathan’s primary goal is to help clients achieve health and purification through focused contacts, movement and awareness.