NADA YOGA : FREE YOUR VOICE & SOUND WORKSHOP

Upcoming Workshop

NADA YOGA : FREE YOUR VOICE & SOUND WORKSHOP

Date: 21 Feb 2020, Friday
Workshop hours: 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Teachers: Christina Nikolovski

Costs: Single:$50 | Early Bird(7 days before the event)/Member: $38
Where: SPACE 2B, 2B Stanley Street, Singapore 068721

What You’ll Get

Nāda Yoga is not about professional singing, it is about the pure sound that comes direct from our inner core. It is a union of the self through sound. Sound is our connection to our deepest being. It connects us to a higher consciousness, but also to our primal selves. Each one of us has access to this innate power of sound through our voice.

Despite what you may believe, your voice is limited only by your imagination. We often let our expectations, inhibitions, and preconceived notions about how we think we sound (or don’t sound) get in the way of the full expression of our true voice. Your voice is medicine. Release from emotional blocks, empowerment and joy and an experience of the Divine power within.

This is an embodied approach to open the energy of your body, deepening your journey within to the raw voice in the space of your heart and your womb space to honour the rich spectrum of voices and elements within you. We weave a tapestry of chanting, toning, singing, improvising into an intuitive, and creative space to cultivate awareness of the instrument of your voice as you surrender to the flow of creativity that runs through you when you can truly “get out of the way.” Come try it! Sound your voice and come to own your very own instrument – your unique voice!

Book in advance : OSHO Chakra Breathing Meditation® Workshop

“This was a wonderful meditation held by two of the most passionate souls I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. The dynamic and energy of the group was incredible.”

Oliver Merrick

“I really really enjoyed learning more tools & have fallen in love with the ‘no dimensions’. I was really inspired by both of your energy & commitment & as a couple. The sharing circles were also a lovely way to connect.”

Camilla Emson

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