Nada Yoga is the yoga of sound vibration. We all resonate at different vibrational frequencies, and these frequencies are shifting each moment based on what we are exposed to, what we are thinking and doing, and what we experience. When a group of us are all doing the same thing such as singing, chanting, breathing, and moving to the same beats, our vibrations begin to synchronize toward a higher frequency. It is at these higher frequencies that we are at our best – physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. In this special immersion, we will explore the transformative practices of kirtan and mantra.
Kirtan is an ancient form of mantra meditation, a component of bhakti yoga (the yoga of devotion), which has the power to open and purify the heart. Bhakti yoga is one of three spiritual paths that lead to salvation, as discussed in the Bhagavad Gita. Through this deeply healing journey, we will explore how we can find a deeper sense of purpose; speak and express ourselves with our true, authentic voice; spark more joy in our lives; and shed the layers of insecurity, fears, and ego to reveal our true, inner light. Find confidence, strength, healing, love, and bliss through the practice of sound and music.
This 8 hour immersion will cover:
– A full day of kirtan! Chanting, singing, and music
– An introduction to sound healing and the opportunity to explore different musical instruments
– A brief history of kirtan and mantra meditation
– The science and theory of nada yoga
– Vocal exercises and breathwork to care for and utilize our very own musical instrument, our voice
– Simple mantras and kirtan to incorporate into your life and/or your teaching!
*This immersion qualifies for 8 hours of continuing education through Yoga Alliance. Students will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the immersion
Sho is a passionate instructor who teaches from a place of loving-kindness and compassion. He is best known for his fun, playful and soothing style.
With a fascination in exploring the mind and body’s potential, Sho draws inspiration from his practice in pranayama/meditation, Iyengar yoga, Qigong and circus arts. He blends classical eastern philosophy and the modern western approach for a balanced class. He believes that no matter what the style, yoga should be a healing and enjoyable journey.
Dates & Times
Sunday, January 12th. Hours are 9:00am-6:30pm (with a 12:00pm-1:30pm lunch break).
- $135: Early bird discount if paid in full by December 20, 2019
- $170: Regular rate if paid by January 12, 2020
For more information or to sign up, visit the studio, call 212.533.YOGA (9642) or email firstname.lastname@example.org