All is Sacred with Purnama, NRYN & Rob
- Gianyar • Alchemy Yoga and Meditation Center
- Jan 10, from 19:00 to 21:00
Join us in a gathering of spiritual community—a sacred space to sing and dance our prayers and open our hearts. Cacao, known as "the elixir of the Gods," is a powerful and sacred plant medicine used ceremonially for thousands of years in Central and South America. In this ceremony, the plant spirit of Cacao brings us into communion with the present moment, allowing us to co-create a sacred space for chanting, dancing, and connection. Our facilitators, including kirtan and medicine music artists, a DJ for dancing, and practitioners of voice-opening and movement, aim to deepen our connection to body, mind, and spirit. Ryan Narayan (NRYN) is a U.S.-based music producer, kirtan artist, and DJ with roots in California's yoga and kirtan culture. With 15 years of experience, NRYN has been part of the Hanuman Project for the past 4 years, blending hip-hop and electronic rhythms for global Krishna fans. Trained by Shiva Rea in Prana Flow Vinyasa, he also practices various qigong forms, Thai Massage, and enjoys freestyle dance. Narayan's teaching style encourages fresh movement and bonding. Purnama is a Balinese-Swiss artist, songwriter, and wisdom keeper. Born into a Balinese family of priests and temple-keepers, she carries on the lineage in her unique way, building bridges and merging the best of the cultures she has learned from. Passionate about bringing people together, she creates spaces where authentic expression is encouraged, empowering through music and dance, and planting seeds of freedom in the souls who experience her offerings. Rob Recker is a multi-instrumentalist songwriter weaving a contemporary element into his original ceremonial songs. Crafted for a more universal appeal, each song is a prayer containing a roadmap back to the heart, encoded with timeless wisdom designed to be the soundtrack for our transformational journey. Elegant melodies, rhythmic precision, and well-crafted lyrics linger long after the song is over.