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The Yoga of Sound: A Multidimensional Experience of Mantra, Rāga, and Kīrtan

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January 5 @ 7:00 pm 8:30 pm

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The Yoga of Sound: A Multidimensional Experience of Mantra, Rāga, and Kīrtan

This seminar is a multidimensional experience into the Yoga of Sound practices of mantra, rāga, and kīrtan. Sound unites us all, across culture, time, and space. Sound is our source and our means of creating self-knowledge and a vibrant, and full life. Through merging our being with the sound current, we not only come to know the magical landscape of our inner life, but we are better equipped to communicate our knowing with others… and, it’s just a lot of fun!

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Sheela Bringi and Brent Kuecker have been performing & teaching together globally for the past five years, sharing the sacred Indian musical practices of rāga, kīrtan, and mantra. 

Sheela Bringi is a sacred music performer, educator, and multi-instrumentalist, and adjunct faculty in Indian Devotional & Rāga Singing at Naropa University in Boulder, CO. Brent Kuecker is a devotional singer, bass player, videographer, and has taught Yoga & Meditation for the past 20 years. Sheela and Brent are students of master Hindustani vocalist Sri Subhashish Mukhopadyay (a topmost exponent of the Kotali Gharana). 

Sheela and Brent started the Sacred Sound Lab in Sept 2020 – a multidimensional online school for the art of the Yoga of Sound. Since then, hundreds of people from all around the world have enrolled in their online courses, and are making progress with their nāda yoga practice through harmonium & Indian devotional singing… and having fun doing it!