What is Kirtan?

Kirtan is call-and-response chanting, a form of yoga for the voice done in a group accompanied by music. It requires no background or training, and is easily learnt. Repeating Sanskrit mantras creates a meditative and uplifted mental state, and helps to melt inhibitions that can suppress your voice and expression. You add your voice to those around you, creating a sense of harmony. Some people feel a sense of calm, others a sense of elation- it's a great way to unblock emotions and a sense of being stuck. The words and melodies are simple and repeated so that you can get into a rhythm and enter a more meditative state conducive to letting go.

 

Brighton Kirtan is a  monthly  Kirtan evening held on the second Friday of evening month restarting on 12th October. It is hosted by one of a team of  Kirtan singers, including Narayani, Haripyari and Bhakti Swan.

www.brightonkirtan.co.uk


Satyananda Yoga Kirtan with Sarita


Kirtan is held on the last Tuesday of every month, from 7pm.

Kirtan is free to all – come and sing your heart out!