Kirtan is part of the path of yoga called Bhakti, or devotion. Although it comes out of the Hindu tradition, this practice is not religious, but is a celebration of the world and an expression of gratitude. Singing is the heart of kirtan (call & response chanting) and it doesn’t matter what you sound like; part of the practice is to cultivate non-judgment toward self and others. Kirtan is a beautiful, powerful, renewing, transformative means of finding our heart and to our connection with Life. As meditative music, we link our voices and breath with sound and silence, merging with the bigger consciousness of beloved divine energy. No previous experience is needed.
When: Sunday, May 8th 7-8pm
Where: Good Medicine Collective at 231 York Street, upstairs in the Studio
How: Just walk in! No need to pre-register.
Suggested donation: $10-20 to the Good Medicine nonprofit, either cash/check at door or venmo to business @goodmedicine