YOGA64 BOWL SAVASANASound healing as part of a Heart Sound Yoga class at Living Yoga Sanga Mullumbimby NSW


A nurturing exploration of hatha yoga, nada yoga (the yoga of sound) and sound healing. Students are encouraged to compassionately engage in a conscious exploration of breath, movement, sound and stillness. Combining yoga poses with healing sounds and vibrations can help energise the body and relax the mind. Develop deep listening and awareness of the inner landscape. Experience the freedom of vocal expression. Resonate with warmth and spaciousness and go on to share the fruits of your practice with others.

Suitable for every body.

“So unique”

“I loved the sounds”

“Very clear instructions. It was wonderful!”

“I feel totally blissed out”


Vasudha Harte has practised yoga since the seventies when she began attending yoga classes with her mother in country Victoria. She worked in Australia and internationally as a music therapist before relocating to northern NSW where she studied with many leading yoga teachers in the Byron Bay area.

Vasudha developed Heart Sound Yoga in 2016 after returning from a 200 hour yoga teacher training at Nada Yoga School, Rishikesh India. She combines her love of yoga and music as a healing art form and brings years of experience as teacher, musician, performer, music therapist, sound healing practitioner, professional singer and yogini.

Heart Sound Yoga has been taught by Vasudha at various studios in Northern NSW, including Yoga By Nature Brunswick Heads, Living Yoga Sanga Mullumbimby, The Yoga Shack Byron Bay, Heartspace Mullumbimby, ShivaParvati Middle Pocket, Kathryn Riding’s Yoga and Sound Studio Brunswick Heads and the Nunyarra Culture Festival NSW.

In 2022 Vasudha moved to Healesville Victoria and is currently studying a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training with Yoga Synergy.

YOGA74 treeGroup Tree Pose (Vrkasana). A forest of yoginis developing balance, strength, flexibility and community. Living Yoga Sanga Mullumbimby 2018

“Music without words means
leaving behind the mind.
And leaving behind the mind
is meditation.
Meditation returns you
to the source.
And the source of all is sound.”

Kabir (mystic poet and nada yogi)

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Sound Meditation. Nada Yoga Class Rishikesh 2016

tadasana.jpgOpening the body mind voice. Nada Yoga School Rishikesh India 2016


Experience The Yoga of Sound.

Tune up your instrument – the body mind heart.

Explore breathing techniques that expand the lung capacity and calm the mind.

Combine yoga asanas (postures) with breath and voice.

Enjoy the bliss of toning and the power of mantra.

Meditate on sound and silence.

All levels and abilities welcome.

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