Wondering what it's all about?

Join us for an uplifting evening of mantra, music and friendship.

Music and vibration have a powerful effect on our mood and mind.

The mantras create an uplifted, light state of being.

The evening starts in the kitchen/meeting room with yummy homemade chai and bliss balls as everyone chats and gets to know each other.


Then we move to the yoga room for chanting. We chant a traditional Vedic healing mantra, the Mahamrityunjaya mantra 108 times.

Then it's time for kirtan, which is singing/chanting accompanied by a harmonium or guitar or ukele or whatever the lead singer likes to use! 

mantra | music | friendship

Chanting & Chai  | Kirtan

When One Saturday of every month 

Upcoming Dates  12th September 2020

Where SHYAM | 14 Weld St, South Hobart | Map

Contribution $10 






What we do...

6:30pm Chat, chai & bliss balls

7:30pm Mahamrityunjaya healing mantra  

8pm Kirtan 

9pm Close

Mahamrityunjana Healing Mantra

ॐ त्र्यं॑बकं यजामहे सु॒गन्धिं॑ पुष्टि॒वर्ध॑नम् ।

उ॒र्वा॒रु॒कमि॑व॒ बन्ध॑नान् मृ॒त्योर् मु॑क्षीय॒ माऽमृता॑त् ।

Om tryambakam yajaamahe sugandhim pustivardhanam

urvaa rukamiva bandhanaat mrtyor mukshiya maamrtaat

Kirtan Workshop with Sangita

12th August 4-6pm $25


Discover your inner musical yogi with this practical kirtan workshop. Learn to play the harmonium and sing, all at the same time! Suitable for beginners who know nothing and others who want to improve and develop their skills.


Stay on for the Chanting, Chai & Kirtan night. Put your skills into action and sing your heart out.


Sangita is a music teacher who loves bringing together the joys of music and yoga. She sings like and angel, plays the guitar, ukele, harmonium and other things. 


Come along and be uplifted by the joyous vibration of mantra.

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14 Weld St

South Hobart

Tasmania, 7004

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Photos © Helen Cushing 2020

We acknowledge the palawa people as the traditional owners and ongoing custodians of lutruwita (Tasmania).
We pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging