“…strength as a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist “
Sunday, 22. November 2015
18.15 – 19.45 – Live Music Yoga Class with Valerie Imbach (normal price, B.Yoga Memberships and Class Packs valid + suggested donation 10.- extra for music)
20:00-22:00 – Kirtan Concert (25.- normal / 20.- for students and B.Yoga members)
About Ravi Ramoneda
Born in a community of yoga masters, son of a Swami. He has enrolled on a spiritual path during his whole life with the techniques of yoga, meditation and healing through the power of sound and the inner silence. He has been traveling to India and many other countries for his musical development and spiritual growth.
He started exploring world percussion – specially Tabla from India. He has also been playing Didgeridoo for more than fifteen years, Harmonium, Guitar and for the last few years the Hang drum. Additionally he has been learning overtone chants by important sound healing musicians. But over all – his greatest and most beautiful gift is Bhakti and Kirtan Yoga (devotional Sanskrit Shants), which he is learning more and more every day of his life.
He has played with many musicians from modern Kirtan and world music like Dave Stringer, Jai Uttal, Gaura Vani, Peia, Donna de Lory and Tina Malia.
At the time he is traveling around the glove giving concerts and workshops for peace, healing and awakening.
About Rafa Martinez
Born 1972 in Tarragona, is a musician, percussionist and artist.
Dedicated for more then a decade to the integration of art and spirituality, with the music as the main vehicle of expression.
Trained as a percussionist in West Africa, he has participated in numerous folk and traditional festivals in different continents playing in different ensembles with international artists – such as Guem, Mamadou Kan Gowlé Yiri, Mankava …
His inner search and passion led him to incorporate music and art within his spiritual practice – in meditation and yoga, Pujas (vedic fire ceremony), Bhakti Yoga, Nada Yoga and through the initiation in the mystical tradition of the Andean hand Q’eros priests, a descendant of the Inca people.