Anahata Yoga


Kirtan is a combination of Mantra, Music and Meditation. It is the melodic singing of mantra—the yoga of sound vibration. The positive sound vibrations contained within the mantras create powerful healing energy and uplift our consciousness. Singing kirtan helps to release deep-seated tensions within us. It can be joyful and uplifting as well as deeply devotional. Kirtan is an easy and enjoyable form of meditation.

Wednesday mornings (during term)

Kirtan will be held at the Frankston South Recreation Centre, (Melways reference P102 E7) on Wednesday mornings, between 11:15am–12:15pm, (after morning class) in term times. Everyone is welcome. This will also be a teaching and learning session. A gold coin donation is requested towards the cost of hiring the room.

First Friday evening of every month

Kirtan also held on the evening of the 1st Friday each month in Frankston South. Please check with Paula for venue details.