EnChant: Mantra Meditation with Kala

EnChant: Mantra Meditation with Kala

Unity Yoga Teahouse (map)

EnChant is a bi-weekly community gathering of open-minded souls for call and response chanting, also known as Kirtan.

The practice of Kirtan, or Mantra Meditation, is a type of yoga which bestows many mind-calming benefits. For many, the practice has a powerful heart-opening effect and it is best understood through direct experience. Our voices are accompanied by traditional instruments such as the Harmonium, Mridanga (drum), and Kartals (hand cymbals). 

Everyone is encouraged to participate at the level they feel comfortable. Although many participants prefer floor seating on the cushions provided, chairs are also available on site. 

Doors open at 6pm with herbal tea and cookies and we begin Kirtan at 6:30. A delicious plant-based meal is served afterwards to conclude the evening. 

As Kirtan Vancouver is a non-profit organization, all donations are used for further events. Nobody is turned away for lack of funds and volunteer opportunities may be available.

Holiday Dinner and Kirtan for the People

Holiday Dinner and Kirtan for the People

One Yoga for the People (map)

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Who says Yogis aren't allowed to feast??  Come and celebrate with us by enjoying a plant-based holiday feast consisting of over 20 delicious preparations made with love and devotion by Kirtan Vancouver's own Bhakti Chefs!

This scrumptious meal will be followed by an evening of sacred chants and mantra meditation. Please come join us with your hearts and voices so that we may create an uplifting energy of love and grace through Kirtan!

Tickets are $30 in advance and $45 at the door, if space still permits.  Our chefs request that you purchase tickets to reserve your spots as soon as possible so they know how many people to prepare for.  All profits from this event will be donated to charity.

EnChant: Mantra Meditation with Krishna Prana and Brihat

EnChant: Mantra Meditation with Krishna Prana and Brihat

Unity Yoga Teahouse (map)

EnChant is a bi-weekly community gathering of open-minded souls for call and response chanting, also known as Kirtan.

The practice of Kirtan, or Mantra Meditation, is a type of yoga which bestows many mind-calming benefits. For many, the practice has a powerful heart-opening effect and it is best understood through direct experience. Our voices are accompanied by traditional instruments such as the Harmonium, Mridanga (drum), and Kartals (hand cymbals). 

Everyone is encouraged to participate at the level they feel comfortable. Although many participants prefer floor seating on the cushions provided, chairs are also available on site. 

Doors open at 6pm with herbal tea and cookies and we begin Kirtan at 6:30. A delicious plant-based meal is served afterwards to conclude the evening. 

As Kirtan Vancouver is a non-profit organization, all donations are used for further events. Nobody is turned away for lack of funds and volunteer opportunities may be available.

Kirtan for the People

Kirtan for the People

One Yoga for the People (map)

Kirtan Vancouver and One Yoga For the People would like to present to you an evening of sacred chants and mantra meditation.  Please come join us with your hearts and voices so that we may create an uplifting energy of love and grace through Kirtan!

The event is by donation and no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Cushions will be provided and you can bring a reusable water bottle, otherwise just bring yourself and some friends if you like!

EnChant: Mantra Meditation with Kala and Ani

EnChant: Mantra Meditation with Kala and Ani

Unity Yoga Teahouse (map)

EnChant is a bi-weekly community gathering of open-minded souls for call and response chanting, also known as Kirtan.

The practice of Kirtan, or Mantra Meditation, is a type of yoga which bestows many mind-calming benefits. For many, the practice has a powerful heart-opening effect and it is best understood through direct experience. Our voices are accompanied by traditional instruments such as the Harmonium, Mridanga (drum), and Kartals (hand cymbals). 

Everyone is encouraged to participate at the level they feel comfortable. Although many participants prefer floor seating on the cushions provided, chairs are also available on site. 

Doors open at 6pm with herbal tea and cookies and we begin Kirtan at 6:30. A delicious plant-based meal is served afterwards to conclude the evening. 

As Kirtan Vancouver is a non-profit organization, all donations are used for further events. Nobody is turned away for lack of funds and volunteer opportunities may be available.