With special guests Geeti and Gyan, and Mark O’Brien.
When: Saturday 18th November
Time: 4.30 – 6.30pm
Kirtan is a call and response musical meditation that takes a minute to learn, and makes you feel good just as fast. The practice goes back more than 5000 years and can be practiced by anyone. You do not need to be a good singer, a flexible yogi, or a follower of any religion or set of beliefs to experience the power of kirtan. An open mind and your attention are all that is required! Combining music, mantra meditation and full body, mind and heart participation, kirtan offers a rich, immersive experience that is both energising and deeply relaxing all at once.
KIRTAN EVENT (Sat 18 Nov) + YOGA OF SOUND WORKSHOP (Sun 19 Nov) – BOOK TOGETHER AND SAVE $10: $60 General Admission / $55 Concession.
Kids free (under 12)
More about Geeti & Gyan:
Geeti & Gyan are a Sydney-based kirtan and conscious music duo who bring a joyful presence to their innovative fusion of mantra, heart song, meditation, yoga and sound healing to celebrate the beauty of the heart.
Geeti and Gyan love offering inclusive spaces through their music and facilitation which support people to relax, let go, express, heal and feel deep nourishment and peace.
Geeti is a certified Nāda Yoga teacher with the ‘Heart of Sound’ teacher training. She continues her music and vocal training with her teacher Sudhanshu Sharma.
She holds a diploma of sound healing and is also a qualified Soul Motion conscious dance and Kiryuho movement facilitator.
Gyan is an accredited hatha and mantra yoga and meditation teacher, kirtanist and singer-songwriter. He also holds a diploma of sound healing.
Their original East-meets-West conscious music fuses contemporary and traditional kirtan and mantra with uplifting English lyrics, and features vocals, guitar, harmonium, sitar, cajon, manjira and flute.
‘Geeti and Gyan’ are based in Sydney and offer regular classes, workshops and retreats both in person and online and also love invites! They are core members of the Northern Beaches based kirtan group “Sound Samadhi”.
They look forward to releasing some of their recently recorded music soon.