Jai Uttal will be back in Ann Arbor June 6 and 7, 2015Ann Arbor Kirtan, Crazy Wisdom Bookstore, Bikram Yoga West, and SunMoon Healing Arts Studio are very excited to announce that we are bringing Jai Uttal back to Ann Arbor, MI for an evening of kirtan and a day-long workshop. The kirtan will be on Saturday, June 6 from 7:30–9:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Emeth located at 2309 Packard Rd. and the half-day workshop will be at 2608 English Oak Drive on Sunday, June 7 from 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
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Come join the Ann Arbor Kirtan Group for an informal evening of yogic and Sanskrit chanting. Kirtan is a five hundred year-old yoga tradition that has most recently been popularized by such notable people as Krishna Das, Jai Uttal, Deva Premal, and Ragani. Kirtan uses a method of call and response that allows the audience to fully participate in the chant, experiencing the great depth and beauty of mantra, voice, and musical instruments.
Learn more about Ann Arbor Kirtan by visiting these pages:
Ann Arbor KIrtan Events: Listings for upcoming Ann Arbor Kirtan events and Ann Arbor area yoga centers and temples with kirtan programs.
Ann Arbor Kirtan Email Updates
Ann Arbor Kirtan Community
The Ann Arbor Kirtan community supports over 500 members in the greater Ann Arbor, Michigan area and from 50-100 members and guests attend our public kirtans monthly. Website visitors come from all over the world primarily to access the free MP3 recordings of the kirtans. Learn more about the kirtan community by visiting these page:
"If you never searched for truth come with us and you will become a seeker. If you were never a musician come with us and you will find your voice. You may possess immense wealth come with us and you will become love's beggar. You may think yourself a master come with us and love will turn you into a slave. If you've lost your spirit, come with us take off your silk coverings, put on our rough cloak and we will bring you back to life. Come in. The Beloved is here. We are all drunk. No one notices who enters or leaves. Don't sit outside the door in the dark wondering." ~ Jalal al-Din Rumi ♥