Mantra Mela


Make the Transformative Power of Mantra Part of Your Life

Join us for an introductory dive into nine Sanskrit mantras over the course of a year.

These workshops are for you if you are new to mantra, or if you already love chanting mantra, but would like to refine and deepen your practice.

Each session, we will chant the mantra together in the simple and accessible Vedic style. Depending on the mantra, we may also chant them devotionally, as Kirtan.

The sessions are standalone so come to as many or as few as you like.


  • The meaning and application of the mantra
  • The Sanskrit pronunciation, tongue positions and their physical and subtle effects
  • Understanding and reading Sanskrit transliteration
  • How to establish and navigate a mantra japa practice
  • Further aspects of mantra yoga for health and personal development


The workshops are spaced just over 40 days apart. This is to give you an opportunity to follow the workshop with a 40 day mantra japa practice, if you wish. However, this is in no way obligatory and you are welcome to attend the workshop simply to explore the mantra.

Tuesdays 6.45pm – 8.00pm UK
Online with Zoom

£12 per session


18th January: Beginning Anew Auṁ Gaṁ Gaṇapataye Namaḥ Book
1st March: Being Peace Asato Mā Sadgamaya Book
12th April: Submitting to Truth Auṁ Namaḥ Śivāya Gurave Book
24th May: Shining Our Light Sāvitrī Gāyatrī Book
5th July: Energising Śakti Sarva Maṅgala Māṅgalye Book
16th August: Meeting the Indwelling Self Auṁ Namo Bhagavate Vāsudevāya Book
27th September: Harvesting Abundance Lakṣmī Gāyatrī Book
1st November: Liberating Health Auṁ Tryambakaṁ Yajāmahe Book

Come to One or Come to All

See the Sound, Music & Yoga events page for details of each workshop.


These are inclusive workshops that are suitable for all all fitness levels and any race, colour, religion, gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin or disability. No musical or singing ability is required. It is not necessary to practice yoga to attend.

All that is required is a willingness to explore the potential of transformation through mantra.


I qualified as a 200 hour Nāda and Mantra yoga teacher with Heart of Sound.

I originally came to the practice of mantra without a yoga background, but as a lifelong lover of language, sound and music and with an abiding interest in wellbeing and personal transformation.