Yoga With Music:  Yoga course With Oppertunity of Learning Music

Why Yoga with Music ?

Yoga with Music have been depicted as two facets of same coin by many mystics, philosophers and spiritual seekers. YOGA IS LIKE MUSIC; THE RHYTHM OF THE BODY, THE MELODY OF THE MIND, AND THE HARMONY OF THE SOUL CREATE THE SYMPHONY OF LIFE” B.K.S. IYENGAR

Even some of the distinguished names in the field of yoga such as Kabir, Meera Bai and Tukaram have been regarded as the enlightened soulds who drank the elixir of music. The goal of yoga is to unite to our individual soul to the Supreme Self. Likewise, the goal of music is believed to lead one to the state of complete bliss and divine state which has close implication with the idea of connecting to the source. It is because the concept and state of bliss has profoundly interlinked with the state of yoga. In this regard, the relation of yoga with music can’t be eschewed. In general sense, the yoga has been understood as the medium to make one healthy, fit and fine with flexible body and balance mind by practicing asanas. Indeed, this is not accepted as the complete meaning of yoga by the experts in yogic tradition.

Yoga with Music (Yoga with Flute/Violin training) course

Day 1st:

  • Introduction of Instrument
  • Finger posture of instrument
  • Basic note practice

Day 2nd:

  • Simple and advance note practice
  • Aalankar practice and variation of Aalankar

Day 3rd:

  • one raga like Bhupali/Yaman on 16 beats composition practice

Day 4th:

  • Taan on 16 beats based on raga and one Nepali folk tune preparation.

Day 5th:

  • Two cultural folk tune preparation

Day 6th:

  • Aalap Practice with rhythm

Day 7th:

  • Improvisation of Raga and one folk tune

It includes complete set one raga and some cultural tunes

It includes 15 minutes solo performance or one raga with table and one traditional tune of Nepal

Yoga with Music (Yoga with Tabala/Madal training) course

Day 1st:

  • Introduction of Instrument and two hand Bol introduction

Day 2nd:

  • common composition of four letters

Day 3rd:

  • 16 beats introduction and its composition.

Day 4th:

  • simple kayada and its variation.

Day 5th:

  • Simple tukdas 16 beats

Day 6th:

  • Keharawa taal (8 beats /(4/4)) Theka and variation

Day 7th:

  • Dadara taal (6 beats (3/4)) Theka and variation

It includes Different kinds of composition in different taals, knowledge of accompany with vocal and instruments.

It includes 15 minutes solo performance with Uthan, Kayada, Rela and Tudka.

Our Music Teacher’s profile

Mr. Khem Raj Uprety

Youth Flutist Mr. Khem Raj Uprety has completed his Post-Graduation in first division from Banaras Hindu University, Vanarasi Read More..

Mr. Madhusudan Gairapipli

Mr. Madhusudan Gairapipli is a young Nepali Tabala player. Initially Mr. Gairapipli was taught Tabala by renown Nepali Tabala player Mr. Atul Prasad GautamRead more..

Mr. Yatiraj Adhikari

Mr. Yatiraj Adhikari is first Nepali post graduate in Violin. Mr. Adhikari has completed his post-graduation  from Bhatkhande Music UniversityRead More..

Nischal UpretiYouth Flutist Mr. Khem Raj Uprety has completed his Post-Graduation in first division from Banaras Hindu University, Vanarasi . Mr. Uprety has also completed pravakar  from Prayag Sangeet Samiti, Illahabad. He is disciple renowned flutist Mr. Gopal  Dev Ghatani. Mr. Uprety has performed his musical stage presentations in Nepal  as well as India. He is also involved in social service being chairperson of Chandra Shekhar Sita Uprety Memorial Foundation (C-SUM Foundation).

Mr. Madhusudan Gairapipli is a young Nepali Tabala player. Initially Mr. Gairapipli was taught Tabala by renown Nepali Tabala player Mr. Atul Prasad Gautam  and accomplished his post-graduation in Tabala from Banaras Hindu University in first division. Mr. Gairapipli has been teaching Tabala in tribhuban University Central Department since last five years. He also has performed numerous stage presentations in Nepal as well as India. Mr. Gairapipli is involved in different musical associations in Nepal. He is the secretary of Atul Smiriti Gurukul and also founder member of Gharana Music Foundation.

Yatiraj AdhikariMr. Yatiraj Adhikari is first Nepali post graduate in Violin. Mr. Adhikari has completed his post-graduation  from Bhatkhande Music University, Lucknow and won gold medal. He is disciple of renowned violinist Dr.N.Rajam.  Mr. Adhikari  also has received Nepal Vidya Bhusan by Hon. President Mr. Ramvaran Yadav. Mr.  Adhikari  has performed numerous stage presentations in India and Nepal and recently, he has been teaching Violin in Shreejana College of Fine Arts since last two years.

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