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Escape your ordinary. Join us for a national reUnion for yogis at Hanuman Festival in Boulder, Colorado June 14 - 17, 2018.

World class teachers. Powerful immersions. Inspiring music. Lifelong community. Be a part of a powerful movement as we honor the practice of yoga and celebrate life.

Featuring Seane Corn, Gurmukh, Gurushabd, Tiffany Cruikshank, Kia Miller, Tommy Rosen,  Amy Ippoliti, Sianna Sherman, Ashley Turner, David Newman, Govindas and Radha, Gina Caputo, Dayna Seraye, Jaya Lakshmi + Ananda Yogiji, Kat Tutor, Bibi McGill, Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati, Olivia Hsu, and many more!

3-day Passes, Thursday Immersions, and VIP Passes available!

Join us at Colorado’s largest yoga festival for an incredible celebration. Let’s Raise the Vibration!
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Sheela Bringi

Indian American musician Sheela Bringi has been exploring the connections between her ancestral and actual homelands her entire life. The talented young musician sings and plays a 36-string harp, the Indian harmonium and bansuri (Indian bamboo flute).

As a young woman Bringi was influenced by M.I.A. and Dead Can Dance, studied with Cecil Taylor and Meredith Monk, while at the same time deepened her studies with Indian classical masters like Pandit G.S. Sachdev and Ustaad Aashish Khan.

This unique background has resulted in her debut album, “Incantations” (Black Swan Sounds), rooted in India’s classical music tradition and the beauty of its mantras, as well as a groundbreaking exploration of American jazz and blues. The album has garnered praise from NPR, Public Radio International, the Guardian, and more.

She has performed in a wide range of venues, including concert halls and universities presenting traditional material, yoga studios leading kirtans and in dance clubs overtop throbbing, bass-heavy beats (she’s toured with Karsh Kale, DJ Drez, and many others). Bringi is a featured soloist on the 2016 Grammy-nominated album “Bhakti Without Borders”.

Bringi holds a master’s degree in World Music Performance from the California
Institute of the Arts, and teaches courses on mantra and the sacred
music of India at Loyola Marymount University's Yoga Studies program
and around the world.

Learn more about Sheela at sheelabringi.com.