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Fri 02 Sep 2022

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (UTC+5.5)

Nada Yoga: From Sound to Silence

Nada Yoga interprets the cosmos through the medium of sound. Such a way of perceiving the world unites ancient myths and modern science. Its techniques lead to an increasingly refined tuning of our perception. The resonance produced by our vocal sounds have the potential not only to energise our body and mind, but also to heighten our awareness of the chakras. Nada means sound. It also means vibration, thus incorporating everything from the most seemingly solid to the most intangible, therefore our exploration of Nada must go beyond the limitations of human hearing to encompass wider concepts of harmony, balance and rhythm. In the session we will explore the path of Nada Yoga through the lens Pratyahara, Dharana and Dhyana.


Rajesh David

Singer, Composer, Yoga Teacher

Rajesh David trained at The Yoga Institute, Mumbai, India. He is also a composer and singer, trained in Indian classical music. As a professional singer he was a graded artist for All India Radio & Television. Based in the UK, he has been teaching in the UK and abroad. His three courses on the subject of Nada; Nada Yoga: the Yoga of Subtle Sound; From Sound to Silence and The Music of Om - chanting and reflecting on the Mandukya Upanishad, together with two others, Bhakti Yoga - Through Love to the Self and An Introduction to Adi Shankaracharya’s Bhaja Govindam as well as Pratyahara: Gateway to Stillness and Song of the Heart, are all recognized as CPD events by the British Wheel of Yoga. Inspired by the Upanishads as well as the works of mystics poems he has produced several CD albums which include, Isha; Mantram; The Music of AUM - The Mandukya Upanishad; Kabir; Piya: Sufi Tales of love; Singing Bhakti and more, as well as practice CDs, such as Nadopasana, for practitioners of Nada Yoga. Rajesh has trained as a coach with HeartMath UK, and in Mindfullness.


Sophia French

Host, Journalist

Sophia has been a journalist for over 15 years, and she has been practising hatha yoga for 20 years. She completed a yoga and Vedanta course at the Sivananda Yoga and Vedanta Ashram in Netala, and she's been practising hatha yoga in the Iyengar and Krishnamacharya systems. She is currently studying Indian philosophy and is a regular journalist