Join us for this enlightening study of nada yoga (the yoga of sound).
In this online nada yoga workshop, we will learn about nada yoga (the sacred sound) and its origin. Is nada yoga practical or just philosophy. How does it affect your body and mind? What is the connection between Nada Yoga and Indian Music? Mantras and Nada Yoga. And much more.
If you ever wanted to learn about this sacred practice, then this is your chance.
The workshop will take place online live via zoom over the weekend for 2 hours per day with half an hour dedicated to Q/A at the end of every session.
A native of the Greater Himalayas, with a Master’s degree in Yoga from the Uttaranchal Sanskrit University (Haridwar campus), Bhuwan Chandra is a recognized professional Indian Classical Musician and nada yogi.
In 2008, he founded the Nad Yoga Trust to spread his knowledge on nada yoga and then began to organize the annual International Yoga and Music Festival. He has participated actively participated in yoga festivals, seminars, and music concerts all over India and abroad.
Enriched by this experience and having understood the intricate connection between music and the body chakra mechanism, he has created a holistic approach to yoga through the science of music (Nada), thus bringing a fresh approach to the yoga sequences.
Through intensive research on Nada Yoga, he has developed various new techniques to enrich the yogic experience.
His Sitar performance can incite the innermost sentiments and invigorate the nadis (nerve centers): Bhuwanji is one of the few qualified guides able to conduct you through the practical elements of Nada Yoga.
(Course recordings will be available if you are unable to join us live or would like to rewatch and take notes.)
Register now to get the program for discounted price of $47 only.
Yes. The lessons will be recorded and posted on our online platform so you can rewatch them at your convenience. The recording will be available for the next 3 months (90 days) after the workshop ends.
You’ll join the classes via video conferencing. You’ll need to download the Zoom app to access the live classes.