Here you can find answers to your questions, resources for your personal and spiritual growth as well as some personal recommendations of who I follow and what I am up to.


Jai Uttal

Jai Uttal, Grammy nominated sacred music composer, recording artist, multi-instrumentalist, and ecstatic vocalist, combines influences from India with influences from American rock and jazz.

Krishna Das

Krishna Das has been called yoga’s “rock star.” With a remarkably soulful voice that touches the deepest chord in even the most casual listener, Krishna Das ” known to friends, family, and fans as simply KD


Fanna-Fi-Allah hold the flame of traditional Sufi Qawwali music, with the blessings of their teachers; some of the greatest masters of the qawwali form in India and Pakistan. 

DJ Drez

DJ Drez is a producer, musical director and sound ambassador. A master of his craft in the studio and on stage, Drez cuts and composes profoundly original tracks. Check out Masood on Chanting with Tigers: Satya Sutra


MC Yogi

MC YOGI is a world renowned performing artist. From living in a group home for at-risk youth to becoming one of the most well known and beloved yogis in America, MC YOGI is on a mission to bring good music and good energy into the world.

Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda

Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda are Oregon based musical artists in the genre of mantra music. They offer kirtan, healing mantra music and Kirtronica (kirtan and electronica fusion). Check out Masood on their track Ganesha Japa



Sheela Bringi

Indian American musician Sheela Bringi has been exploring the connections between her ancestral and actual homelands her entire life. The singer and instrumentalist plays the harp, harmonium and bansuri (Indian classical bamboo flute). 

Heather Lyle

Heather Lyle has been a professional singer for 30 years and a yoga practitioner for most of her life. As she realized that the process of transforming the voice is a yoga unto itself she began her teaching practice under the name Vocal Yoga.


Sianna Sherman

Sianna Sherman is a passionate storyteller, yogini, priestess and earth lover – with a vision to help you awaken your Magic, embrace your Soul’s Calling and share your Authentic Gifts with the world.

Shiva Rae

Shiva Rae is a global Prana Vinyasa teacher, activist and innovator in the evolution of vinyasa yoga around the world. From yoga festivals and conferences to unplugged retreats Shiva has taught thousands of students, teachers, movers and shakers how to integrate yoga as a way of life

Saul David Raye

Saul David Raye is a teacher, healer, musician & spiritual activist. He has been practicing and teaching for over 25 years,  primarily influenced by his studies of Ha-tha Yoga, Ayurveda, Bhakti, Tantra, Thai Massage, Pranic Healing, Shamanism and Indigenous practices.

Svaha Yoga

Svaha Yoga practices and teach flow yoga that helps you with you and makes everyday life more comfortable, connected and straight up amazing. Because yoga to us is not just about flexing your feet and touching your toes. It’s about what you learn on your way down.


Peter Sterios

As a teacher, my life is to serve and honor students like yourself, who show up curious to learn, and interested in the guidance I offer. I am grateful for what yoga has revealed to me which I share freely.

Robert Augustus Masters

Robert Augustus Masters has a passion to fuel, illuminate, and support the living of a deeper life, a life of love, integrity, compassion, and full-blooded awakening, a life of intimacy with all that we are. 


Frequently Asked Questions


What is a Hang?

The Hang (pronounced 'hung') is crafted by Felix Rohner and Sabina Schaerer of the PANArt Hangbau Company in Bern Switzerland. The Hang first took shape in 2000.Hang means 'hand' in the local Bernese dialect which is an appropriate name as the Hang is designed to be strictly played with ones’ hands. Its plural is Hanghang.  PANArt has since inspired many makers worldwide in creating Hand Pans.


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What is Kirtan?

Kirtans events are typically 1-2 hours of call-and-response chanting with musical accompaniment. Call and response a style of singing in which a melody sung by one singer (usually the leader)  is responded to or echoed by the audience. No prior experience is required.

What is a workshop?

Connection to Creation and Music Workshops are approximately 3-4 hours consisting  of call-and-response chanting, Heather Lyle Vocal Yoga Method warm up and singing technique, Meditation, Energy healing techniques, Foundation Training for repairing habitual patterns that cause back problems.

What is a retreat?

Week long or weekend retreats are from 2-7 days sometimes done with like-minded hatha yoga or meditation teachers which include evening call-and-response chanting, and afternoon workshops. Because of the length of the retreat, it offers more time for the participant to dive deeper into the experience.

Do I have to join anything?

No, there is nothing to join. You are free to come and listen to the singing or you can join in if you like. You are free to come and go as you please during our events however for a class do please experience the full arc of the practice and not disturb the others setting an intention, cultivating energy through the techniques in the class and sharing results for the benefit of humantiy