Kirtan with Bhagavan Das! Saturday 1/31/15

Bhagavan Das’s rare and sacred offering to this world is his singing open heart, heralding the Guru’s Grace through the vehicle of Sound. To experience Bhagavan Das in concert is to receive Darshan of the Guru himself, to touch and be touched by the immortal essence of his Guru Neem Karoli Baba — as Light of the Guru is delivered through his mystical and potent voice.

Sacred Waters is overjoyed to present Bhagavan Das in Kirtan on January 31, 7:00 -10:00 pm. Register online! $25. in advance; $30. at the door

WHAT IS KIRTAN? The leader of the Kirtan sometimes guides the audience, call-and-response style, through mantras set to song – and sometimes sings alone in absolute devotional beauty. Each chants contains powerful and transformative energy. When singing together, all voices merge together to become one voice.

Testimonials from our yoga family…


“I have been on sabatical from Yoga for about 3 months due to a health issue. I have just returned to Yoga at Sacred Waters. I still have restrictions with my practice, but realized how much I’ve missed it and the space. .. Christina is wonderful as are all the instructors that I have had. It is comforting to know we have such a wonderful offering available to us in our community!”
“This is one of my favorite yoga studios, and the teachers are exceptional! I wish I lived closer. Thanks for a great practice!”

“Beautiful practice today taught by Gayle, a wonderful instructor and person! I would highly recommend her Yoga with Reiki class, she was knowledgable and encouraging. Thank you Gayle!”

“Lori is the best! I recommend her classes to everyone. She not only guides you through poses, she shares her joyous energy and entertaining stories.”

“The morning class I went to with Christina was the best yoga class I have ever taken. A beautiful place, a beautiful, exceptional teacher and an exceptional experience.”

“I found this to be thought provoking and cleansing for the mind, body, and soul. I think this should be an experience I continue. Namaste.”