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Yoga of Sound and Music Retreat with Swami Muktimurti


Wed 16 Jul 2014, 3:00pm–9:00pm
Thu 17 Jul 2014, 6:00am–9:00pm
Fri 18 Jul 2014, 6:00am–9:00pm
Sat 19 Jul 2014, 6:00am–9:00pm
Sun 20 Jul 2014, 6:00am–2:00pm

Where: Anahata Yoga Retreat, 727 Bird Road, Bird's Clearing, Takaka, Golden Bay, New Zealand, Golden Bay, Nelson / Tasman

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Standard rate (incl shared accom & meals): $495.00
  • Early Bird rate (incl shared accom & meals): $450.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Enter the realm of the subtle flows of energy within both our external and internal environments, using the medium of sound.

The practices of Nada Yoga (Yoga of Sound) take us into the realm of the subtle flows of energy within both our external and internal environments, using the medium of sound.

If we consider our universe as an expression of infinite levels of vibration within space, then sound can also be regarded as a detectable, perceivable form of that vibration. Our superficial perception of sound may appear to be bound by the limitations of the range of hearing available to our physical bodies, but Nada Yoga aims to extend the boundaries of our perception by refining and ‘tuning’ our awareness of sound and vibration, even into the deeper layers of our individual personalities.

The ancient yogis applied these principles in their development of the systems of Swara, and in particular, Mantra, syllables which, when chanted, sung or intoned, are considered to have a transformative and harmonising effect on the entire personality, a process of bringing one’s internal and external environments into a state of being in tune, rather than in dischord.

- Hatha Yoga classes
- Swara Yoga - ancient science of sacred sound
- Nada Yoga - yoga of sound
- Mantra chanting
- Karma Yoga - action with awareness
- Meditation and much more

The practices of Swara, demonstrate an approach to music and singing from a meditative perspective, and will also touch on the chanting of Mantra, from the ancient Vedic culture of India.

Swami Muktimurti has been living in the Satyananda Yoga ashrams in both Australia and India since the 1970’s and is well known for her singing. She has pursued a deep interest in music for the past 30 years, incorporating her background in devotional singing (kirtan, bhajan and stotram), mantra, classical North Indian music, and her love of music and chanting in general into an experiential perspective on the practices of Nada Yoga. During this time she has also been active in finding ways to bring these practices into the broader community and thus encourage others to discover and develop their own deeper connection with the music of the spirit.

Private sessions available by appointment.

Early Bird $450 (paid in full by 15th June)
Standard $495 (4 nights - includes shared accom and all meals)

Bookings & info:
Anahata Yoga Retreat
+64 (3)5259887