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
- one week Flute/Violin training with yoga
- Two weeks Flute/Violin training with yoga
- One Month Flute/Violin training with yoga
- Introduction of Instrument
- Finger posture of instrument
- Basic note practice
- Simple and advance note practice
- Aalankar practice and variation of Aalankar
- one raga like Bhupali/Yaman on 16 beats composition practice
- Taan on 16 beats based on raga and one Nepali folk tune preparation.
- Two cultural folk tune preparation
- Aalap Practice with rhythm
- Improvisation of Raga and one folk tune
Yoga with Music (Yoga with Tabala/Madal training) course
- one week Tabala/ madal training with yoga
- Two weeks Tabala/ madal training with yoga
- One Month Tabala/ madal training with yoga
- Introduction of Instrument and two hand Bol introduction
- common composition of four letters
- 16 beats introduction and its composition.
- simple kayada and its variation.
- Simple tukdas 16 beats
- Keharawa taal (8 beats /(4/4)) Theka and variation
- Dadara taal (6 beats (3/4)) Theka and variation