Tadasana Festival

A gathering is coming on Earth Day Weekend 2012 in Santa Monica, CA.
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Tadasana Festival: A Gathering Not To Be Missed

For the first time ever right here in Los Angeles, the largest gathering of top international music stars, including Indian producer and tabla player Karsh Kale and DJ Cheb i Sabbah, will be joining America’s premier yoga instructors for the evolutionary Tadasana Festival of Yoga & Music. This three-day transformative experience - taking place in Santa Monica over Earth Day Weekend, April 20-22 - will bring the sounds and cultures of India, Africa and America together in a way that has never before been experienced. 60 master teachers will be offering 75+ classes and workshops with live, in-class musical performances by top-tier artists from around the world, as well as dozens of lectures and an eco-conscious shopping market in an outstanding location, a mere five-minute walk from the famed Santa Monica Pier. 

With over 16 million people in America practicing yoga, this completely new take on an old practice promises to be innovative and unprecedented. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind experience and take part in history as it unfolds.

As part of the festival, on Saturday April 21, Sounds of Tadasana Live goes down at the Santa Monica Bay Woman’s Club. Led by musical director and bandleader Karsh Kale, the show features flautist Manose and ghazal singer Vishal Vaid. Throughout the evening guest vocalists include Tom Freund, Hassan Hakmoun, Chris Pierce, Suzanne Sterling, Morley, MoMo Loudiyi, Sukhdev Jackson and special unannounced guests. Following this breakthrough concert, DJ Cheb i Sabbah will keep the venue moving with his unparalleled knowledge of world rhythm dancefloor aesthetics with two sets.

Make sure not to miss Sounds of Tadasana, the FREE 30-song collection of all of these artists and many more. Download your copy here.

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