Mantra is the repetition of a syllable, word or group of words to induce a meditative state. Mantra (repetitive chanting) and kirtan (mantra sung as call and response) are both excellent practices suitable for all ages and abilities. It can be done silently by repeating the mantra internally, or spoken or sung repeatedly with intention [ajapa japa]; either on your own or in a group.


Fundamentally, at the quantum level, everything is made up of vibration. Through the practice of yoga and mantra we not only strengthen our own vibrations, deepening our understanding of ourselves, but strengthen our harmonious connections to other people, places and situations.


Judali Yoga encourage you to find a way of chanting that is most appropriate for you. You can chant mantra now, or order a mantra CD to help you. Many of the benefits of mantra chanting can be experienced by just listening to others. But for best results chant! Then rest and notice how you feel.


Come to one of our mantra evenings and gently recharge your batteries with a soothing mixture of chanting - sometimes accompanied by the harmonium, drum or other instruments - and gentle breath work and relaxation, with plenty of breaks for refreshment and chat at these very informal gatherings.


Judali Yoga Mantra & Meditation


Mantra at  The Yoga Mill

Galashiels, TD1 3AF

Friday 12th April 7 - 9pm


The Yoga Mill centrally located right down next to the river on the Lower Ground floor of the Anderson Chambers building on Market Street in Galashiels, TD1 3AF.


It's easy to get to with plenty of parking next to the bridge, opposite the church and the central bus/train Interchange.


Access to the studio is across the car park to the far side of the building, turn right along the gang-way towards the river. Turn right again through the side door and down the stairs.


A donation will kindly be requested to support the cost of the evening. All are welcome. No previous experience is necessary.


Contact us for more information about Judali Yoga mantra and kirtan at The Yoga Mill.