Nada Yoga with Krishnadhyanam

Krishnadhyanam (KD) will be returning from India, where he is studying dhrupad with renowned singers, the Gundecha Brothers, at the beginning of April. He will be running a six month nada yoga/dhrupad course at SYC London.
What is Nada Yoga?
Nada yoga is a journey using sound and vibration which takes us to a place of deep and profound connection with ourselves and with others. Dhrupad is the oldest form of Indian classical singing, derived from the Sam Veda. Whilst it can be entertaining it is first and foremost a meditative exploration into sound.
During the course you will be introduced to the sounds of the Sanskrit language and it’s beautiful Devanagari script. You will learn and practise vedic chanting and begin the fascinating journey into dhrupad, which beautifully expresses the kundalini journey from the base of the spine to the crown of the head.
You will learn more about the chakras and sing in harmony, as in western music, and sing in unison, as in Indian music. We will sing together and there will be opportunity to sing alone to develop your own voice. You will experience how sound vibrates and resonates in different parts of the body.
Course details
The course consists of six full days and seventeen Friday evenings.
Saturdays: 10am – 5pm
April 27th
June 1st
July 20th
Aug 31st
Sept 28th
October 19th
Friday evenings 7pm – 9pm 
May 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th
June 7th, 14th
July 19th
August 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd
September 6th, 13th, 20th
October 4th, 11th, 18th
Cost
£400 or £350 if booked by March 1st
The course is limited to ten participants
Book now
To apply for this course or for further enquiries please email KD giving some information about yourself and why you want to do this course. He will reply within a few days.

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