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The Yoga of Sound Retreat

Connect your our voice with your heart, and create long-lasting health through the use of Sacred sounds: Ancient Sanskrit Mantras, toning, singing, and vocal play infused with the complimentary practices of pranayama, asana, yoga nidra, and meditation.


Rishidwar-Raiwala, Dehradun Uttarakhand, IN 249205
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Type of Event

  • Retreat

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Feb 24 to
Feb 28
16:00 pmto14:00 pm

Retreat begins at 5:00 pm on Feb 24th, 2017
Check is any time after 1:00 pm on the 24th

Last Session is the morning session of Feb 28th
Check out is by 12:00 pm



Early bird special price is $1100 until Dec 15, 2015

Full Description

When your voice becomes an offering, the power of spirit and breath moves through you in alchemical, healing and empowering ways.

Your sound holds the possibility of freedom and self-empowerment when used in an intentional way. If you wish to tap into this power and tune into subtle vibrations both inside and out, this retreat is for you.

What are you going to come away with?

– Knowledge of how to use Sound/Silence for your well-being

– Tools to transform stuck emotions

– Deeper breathing, increased energy and improved health

– Stronger, freer singing/speaking voice

– Greater self-expression and improved communication

– Confidence, self-appreciation and love

– Expanded personal vibration and consciousness

– Deeper meditations and ability to be in silence

– Heightened presence and awareness

– Connection to your sacredness

– Inner peace and joy

Who is this retreat for?

This retreat is for those interested in using sounds to heal, open and express a freedom through sound regardless of previous experience. Whether you are an expert, or a beginner when we come together with open hearts and unite our voices, we dissolve into one.

The Yoga of Sound is an aspect of Nada Yoga.

Nada is a Sanskrit word that means sound. Though the practice of Nada Yoga is not one specific practice it covers a wide range of practical exercises. Some practices include vocal play, singing, sounding the Indian scales and mantras. Part of Nada Yoga is learning to fine-tune your ability to listen to audible and inaudible sounds, which is an aspect of subtle vibration.


- Greater awareness and presence through deep listening practices
- Deeper breath for improved health
- Transforms stuck emotions
- Deeper meditations
- Inner peace and joy
- Builds your confidence to express and communicate more freely
- Expanded consciousness, creating new neurological networks in the brain
- Releases endorphins (the brain’s “feel good” chemicals)
- Increased energy (sounding moves inner pranic energy & increases your energy)
- Improved communication
- Stronger speaking/ teaching voice
- Quiets inner chatter and thoughts


Gift to yourself the nourishment of making an offering unto you. Connect to Mother Earth and her elements. Allow your heart and soul to be fed by the healing powers of sound while combining time away for yourself.


Journey to the birthplace of Yoga, and work with the wisdom and vibrations within Ancient India to increase your own personal vibration. This retreat is a unique opportunity to experience the blending of Sequoia and Sparrow’s combined years of expertise in the world of sound medicine and yoga merged with the loving care of a beautiful, tranquil ashram location.

This is a unique offering in mystical India at the base of the Himalayan mountains. You will be rejuvenated and invigorated as there will be ample free time to relax and enjoy combined with profound, peace-filled, informative and ecstatic sound experiences and learning.

You will be inspired, finding a deeper understanding of self and resting in the peace of your love and worth. And, if you have ever been intrigued by India but perhaps daunted about making the journey yourself, this retreat is a great starting point for a longer personal adventure. Come embrace the mystery of Ancient India and come sing, meditate, play, swim, and sound with us in Ancient India.


Our morning practice will alternate in start times yet the activities seen below give you an idea of a typical day. We will alternate location (between the Ganga and in the Yoga Hall), to have the best of both worlds.

A typical day schedule

Uniting to the duality of sounds of mantras, song, and merging into the stillness of silence through meditation and allowing a spaciousness to fill the heart.
Daily Mantras, meditation, movement, breathing and prayer.


Two lectures offered in this retreat one is on Nada Yoga and the other is which is a mix of theory and sounding.


Relax, let go, reflect, explore time to enjoy.

Evening practice include a variation of vocal play, toning, healing with sound, meditation.


There will be three night of evening events, that include, Sound journey, meditation and Yoga nidra