Discover the traditions of sound in yoga and learn how to integrate them into a modern yoga practice as both a student and teacher. In this uniquely thorough online course on the subject, Ann Dyer offers invaluable resources, practices, and tools to awaken the subtler practices of yoga through listening and chanting.
Start learning with Ann at your own pace from home.
Lifetime access to over 20 hrs of video instruction
Downloadable .pdfs and illustrations
6 CEU’s recognized by the North American Yoga Alliance
Immediate feedback on comprehension through online assignments
Library of practical exercises and journaling opportunities
Desktop, iOS and Android compatible formats
Certificate of completion from Naada Yoga
Lesson 1: INTRODUCTION / Welcome to the study of Sound Yoga
Lesson 2: PERSPECTIVE / Studying sound in a visual culture
Lesson 3: PRACTICE / Moksha: Finding Freedom thru Practice
Lesson 4: BODY / Our Corporeal Experience of Sound
Lesson 5: BREATH / The Bridge Between
Lesson 6: ENERGY / Sensing Sound
Lesson 7: THOUGHT / Mantra: Instrument of the Mind
Lesson 8: EMOTION / Music and Bhav: Love Songs to the Divine
Lesson 9: KNOWLEDGE / Jnana: Insight Thru Chant
Lesson 10: AWARENESS / Naada: Listening for Shiva
This course qualifies for 6 CEU's via the Yoga Alliance.
Ann Dyer has explored sound and music for over thirty years as a concert and recording artist, yoga practitioner, student of Hindustani vocalization and teacher of sound within the yoga tradition.
Dyer has performed extensively throughout the U.S., India, Brazil, Mexico, and Canada and has released three critically-acclaimed CDs. She has composed and performed soundtracks for two Rodney Yee DVDs released on the Gaiam label, AM Yoga and Five-Day Ashtanga.
Ann’s teaching of the yoga of sound encourages philosophical understanding, skillful practice and experiential knowledge. Her teachings reveal the effects of sound on the material body, physiology, emotion, intellect and the realization of spirit.
Ann is director of Mountain Yoga in Oakland, CA and is on the faculty of Piedmont Yoga Studio’s Deep Yoga Program. Her current musical project VAK: Song of Becoming is a full-length, multi-disciplinary concert built on the sound principles and practices of yoga, commissioned by the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco for performance in September of 2013.