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“Offering a Practice To Enliven Our Being, Making Our Mind Sharp and Our Heart Blossoming.”


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Tue 30 May 2023

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (UTC+5.5)

Honoring Our Teachers and the Power of Transmission Through Grace and Silence

For this Yoga Pravesha session, we will practice a japa mantra. We will dedicate our session to the Medhā Dakṣiṇāmūrti mantra also known as Dakṣiṇāmūrti mūla mantra. We will go through the accurate pronunciation of the mantra and its scope and meaning, before diving into the 108 repetitions and the silent response of our heart offering.



Vocal Yoga and Vedic Chanting Teacher

Travelling to India, Ramatara was deeply touched by the power of mantras uttered in temples and ashrams. She joined a yogic school in France in 2008, where for years she had the great opportunity to meet with traditional Indian masters coming to Europe. She studies Vedic Chanting with Shantala Sriramaiah in the Mysore tradition in the lineage of the Challekere Brothers and joined her first batch of teacher training. Ramatara teaches both vocal yoga and vedic chanting, honoring the tradition and adjusting the approach to our modern time to make it accessible to anyone having a sincere longing to meet its divine nature. She recently founded Chant Vedique in France.


Sophia French

Host, Editor & Curator, INDICA YOGA

Sophia Ann French is the Editor & Curator at the Indica Center for Yoga Studies and Indica Center for Ayurveda Studies. She has been practising hatha yoga for over 15 years and she is a regular practitioner of Vipassana. She is also studying Vedanta with the Chinmaya International Foundation, she is a certified Sivananda Yoga teacher and was the founder and editor of India's first online magazine on Yoga and Vedanta. As Editor & Curator at Indica, she ensures we develop and maintain authentic connections with yoga teachers, institutes, vaidyas, etc, so that we can connect and collaborate to bring you the best of Indian knowledge systems and the lineages that support these systems.