Kirtan is a form of music based on chants. Participants feel that by immersing themselves (mind, body and soul) into the ritual, they are able to “calm the mind, open the heart and experience a free spirit.”
Call and response chanting accompanied by live music.
On Friday, November 11, the community is invited to Shakti Yoga on Grant Street to join together with others to sing sacred chanting sounds. While some come to sing, others come to meditate or even observe the soothing activity.
A donation for the musicians will be taken that evening, in the amount of $10. That’s a fair deal considering that the price of admission is admittance into world of Shakti Yoga, which resides in a former historic bank building. The interior features dramatic tall ceilings and a minimalist approach to design. This allows Shakti to shift from performances to a yoga studio on the fly.
Sonam Targee has over twenty three years of clinical and teaching experience in Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, Herbo-logy, and Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Sonam teaches classes in Ayurveda and Tantra to Yoga practitioners and medical students around the country.
If you’ve been letting life get you down, and you’re looking for a holistic release, join Sonam Targee for an evening of chanting. You will find that your soul is less weighed down as your spirit soars.
Kirtan with Sonam Targee
Friday, November 11, 2016 | 8pm to 10pm
Children welcome, no singing experience required, chairs available.
Photo: Shakti Yoga