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The Art of Mindful Singing with Heather Houston

The Art of Mindful Singing with Heather Houston

SIX WEEK Series

Tuesdays, March 20, 27, April 3, 10, 17, 24

Experience the transcendental bliss of effortless singing.

Open to greater relaxation, ease, presence, and refinement as Heather guides you on an inward journey with your breath and voice.

Slow down, tune-in and learn to abide in the center of each note with complete awareness.

Heather’s style of vocal meditaion will lead you into deeper level of mindfullness with your singing thus helping to build a more intimate and confident relationship with your voice. You will have the opportunity to explore different scales, mantras, seed syllables and chants from various traditions.

Series Registration Fee - $197.00

Register at www.heatherhoustonmusic.com

Rooted deeply near the ocean in Santa Cruz, CA, Heather has devoted her life to revealing the essence of Love through singing. She is a spirited chant and song circel leader, renowned vocal coach, and acclaimed recording artist known for her soulful voice and passion for community building.

Her ever-unfolding path of chanting mantra began back in 1998 when when she discovered her love for the practice of yoga. In 2005 she became a certified Kali Ray Tri-Yoga teacher and then went on to study the practice of vocal meditation for eight years with Silvia Nakkach at the Vox Mundi School of the Voice. Since 2015 she’s been playing harmonium and singing back-up vocals for the world renowned kirtan singer Girish.

You may be familiar with Heather’s 2016 ZMR top ten album “Prayers for the Water,” her acappella groups Sirenz or DisMoi, her women’s choir Yala Lati, or her Women’s Spirit Song Circles. She is currently a part of the Specialty Class Faculty at1440 Multiversity where she takes participants on a transformational sound healing journey with their voices.

For more information about Heather please visit her at www.heatherhoustonmusic.com

Earlier Event: March 20
Feldenkrais
Later Event: March 21
Writers Journey