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Yogacharini Sangeeta Laura Biagi

Gitananda Nada Yoga and ecology of singing

Yogacharini Sangeeta Laura Biagi, Ph.D.

Laura Biagi (Yogacharini Sangeeta), Ph.D. is a Yoga teacher graduated from the International Center for Yoga Education and Research / Ananda Ashram in India in the tradition of Yogamaharishi Dr. Swami Gitananda Giri.

From 1998 to 2020 he lived between Italy, the United States and India, where he refined his research and teaching work that brings together contemplative practices, motivational coaching and the application of performing arts for social change. .

He holds a Masters and Doctorate degrees from New York University and has taught his academic courses at New York University, Vassar College and The Theater School of DePaul University in Chicago.

In Chicago he also created and taught his “Storytelling as a Healing Art” courses in Cook County Jail (2017-2020). In 2012 he wrote and published, together with his teacher of Nada Yoga, Yogacharya Dr. Ananda Balayogi Bhavanani, the book Saraswati’s Pearls: Dialogues on the Yoga of Sound. Laura Biagi is the founder and CEO of My Wildest, a company that offers coaching services, nada yoga and catering tourism.

He returns to Italy in 2020 to share research and teaching and creates the Soul Sound Academy for the studies of Gitananda Nāda Yoga and Wellness Coaching.

Gitananda Nāda Yoga: The Chant of Pranava AUM (75 – 90 min)

In this theoretical and practical seminar we will study the pronunciation, intonation and vocal resonance of Pranava AUM, the supreme Mantra that contains, like a seed (bija), the Cosmic Vibration. We will practice, in the tradition of Yogamaharishi Dr. Swami Gitananda Giri Guru Maharaj (icyer.com), sectioned lung breathing that supports the three sounds of the mantra, and we will practice 27 japas (repetitions) of the Mantra as a devotional offering.

The Nature of the Voice and the Voice of Nature: Ecology of Song (60 min)

This is an experiential lesson in which participants will be invited to walk in nature in a contemplative, slow and deep way, listening to their own breath and the sounds of the surrounding environment. Through guided vocal improvisation exercises, we will consciously experience the power of our vibration, cleaning and regenerating the inner ecosystem, and creating harmony between this and what surrounds us.