We are a multi-cultural trio of professionally trained musicians and yoga/breathwork facilitators who formed in India. We create immersive and meditative soundscape experiences for listeners and participants. Our intention is to guide those involved through a healing journey where we will provide them with tools to release shame around self-expression, using the body, breath and voice.
We use techniques of breathwork, meditation, movement and vocal toning. Our voices harmonize with the soothing sounds of various traditional and indigenous instruments such as bansuri, didgeridoo and Tibetan singing bowls. The ethereal quality of the violin blends with soft rhythmic guitar, all being processed live using organic echo machines and loopers to create a waking - dream experience for the listener.
The intention is to invite the participants to explore all aspects of their psyche - the conscious and unconscious, shadow and light - to reveal a sense of wholeness that encompasses all fragments.
Who are we offering to?
Our offering is to those of all ages who feel blockages around self-expression and wish to embody a sense of ease, confidence and connection with their voice. We invite those who wish to explore their own creative and unique sound through non-verbal communication and toning, as well as the intricate connection between the nervous system, voice and the breath. We hold space for those who long to feel more seen, heard and accepted. We call to those who feel willing to reclaim the power of their voice and gain a greater sense of control over their nervous system.
Tamara Kazziha is an Egyptian/Scottish professional violinist, vocalist and trained breathwork facilitator. She is interested in offering a sense of belonging to those who are dealing with grief and have her music serve as a wake-up call to reconnect with spirit, and to feel what needs to be felt.
Arija Rasutis is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and trained yoga and breathwork facilitator. She plays highly vibrational instruments including the bansuri flute, Tibetan singing bowls, and didgeridoo which create a deep healing atmosphere.
Madhav Agarwal is a vocalist trained in Indian classical music and Naad Yoga. He uses analog electronics and live processing to create a rich textured world of sound.
What do participants need to bring?
A yoga mat, comfortable clothes and a willingness to explore just beyond their comfort zone.