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Monica Gauci Chanting Workshops

MONICA GAUCI – Sacred Sounds’ Mantra Workshop

Saturday 30th October | 9.00am UK | 7.00pm Sydney

2 hours | 14 day replay

All mantras are praise or prayers. They teach us to connect with the Divine. Explore the vibrational power of Sanskrit in uplifting our consciousness and healing our mind, heart and spirit.

We will explore the energetics and phonetics of Vedic chanting, how to use a mala, the significance of 108 repetitions and the meaning of the sacred syllable OM. In addition, together we will learn a life-healing mantra, a dharana chant and a mantra to the Supreme Light. Students will be invited to chant in turn if they wish to have the opportunity for personal feedback.

Copies of the mantra with notations will be provided.

Monica is a dedicated Yogi, a compulsive Educator, a registered Yoga Therapist and a lover of the Divine. She has dedicated her adult life to studying yoga and the healing arts. Her joy is to teach, share and inspire love. Since the age of 24, Monica has studied many different disciplines of the Healing Arts. In 2008 she graduated with 1st class honours as a Doctor of Chiropractic and received numerous awards for Academic Excellence.

Monica began her practice of yoga in 1978, closely followed by a dedicated meditation practice. She practiced Hatha Yoga and then Iyengar Yoga for 13 years until she discovered Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga in 1993. After multiple journeys to Mysuru, India in 1996 she was authorised to teach Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga by K. Pattabhi Jois.

Cost €30 approx £25 | US$36

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