There's something about mixing live music with yoga that stirs the soul. Sheela Bringi's sweet sounds will pull something from within, I'm sure of it. Come see for yourself...

Calgary, join us for a very special evening with Sheela Bringi on Sunday August 7th hosted at Junction 9.  

The Heart Resonance Flow experience will all begin with opening talks featuring Bloom Founder Robindra Mohar followed by a heart centered flow led by Randelle Lusk with Sheela Bringi's live harp, bamboo flutes, and Indian singing. Sheela will then lead us through a blissful healing Savāsana with her sounds, Kirtan, and collective prayers for the peace, happiness, and liberation of all beings.

Tickets are $25 before Friday, August 5th and $35 after / at the door. $20 members of Junction 9. 

Registration will be open soon and it will be made available through the Junction 9 Website. Link will be shared here very soon!

This is a teaser event for the upcoming BLOOM Festival in Calgary coming to YYC November 11-13th. Stay tuned as we begin to announce our line up for this year. Want to get involved? Do you have something to share? Send your vendor/sponsor interest to

Interested in speaking or presenting at Bloom? Send an email with a short description of your workshop, subject: presenting at YYC BLOOM

Meet Sheela Bringi
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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).