It is documented in a variety of traditions, that sound, or the word, preceded Creation. Our Universe, both macrocosm and microcosm, is in a constant state of flux because it is alive. Everything that has life vibrates on some level, and vibration is sound. Looked at in this way, sound is not only a study of the universe but is also a study of the Self.
Natasha teaches Sound Sadhana, primarily using the voice, to connect to the primordial sound which stems from the Indian Classical music tradition. The basis of the teaching uses raga so also includes rhythm and feeling along with melody. It is devotional by nature ‘By focusing on raag (melody) and taal (rhythm), with bhaav (feeling), the mind is forced to let go so that the participant can enjoy a state of no thoughts’.
Natasha has been a student of Indian classical music since 1997. She regularly travels to North India to learn with Pandits Rajan and Sajan Mishra in Khayal style and with Professor Ritwik Sanyal for the Dagar tradition of Dhrupad. For further information visit www.soundsadhana.com
Friday Introductory class $50 (incl GST)
Full workshop -
Early bird $150 incl GST (up to 19 December 2014)
Full price $170 incl GST