Part of the Bhakti Yoga tradition, kirtan is a celebration of life through sound and song (and sometimes dance). Kirtan is primarily a spiritual practice, though not necessarily a religious practice, although some religions do use it as such. Essentially, it’s call-and-response singing in the ancient language of Sanskrit; kirtans are also sometimes sung in other languages. The music is accompanied by harmonium, guitar, percussion, drums and other musical instruments.


For those with a more secular worldview, scientists have recently proven that when we sing together we synchronise brain waves with each other.


Kirtan can engender feelings of peace and unity for those in attendance. It can also facilitate social interaction, strengthen existing friendships, and helps in the formation of new ones.

You don’t have to be a great singer or musician to participate. You don’t even have to sing! Some prefer to play an instrument, while others sit quietly and immerse themselves in the good vibes.


All are welcome.



Chapman Yoga Studio

Once per season (every three months) on a Sunday

Please email me for details of the next Kirtan gathering. I’m hoping to run the next one on Sunday June 5 in my space, or in an alternative space. I’ll advise ASAP.

Arrive from 3.45pm for a 4pm start. We wrap for food about 6pm. Please bring $5 to cover running costs and a plate of vegetarian food to share if you’d like to join in on the social part of the evening. 



For more information or to book a lesson or a class, call  0419 694 991