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Nada Yoga


As a holistic coach, my approach is to support and guide individuals in achieving a harmonious balance in all aspects of their life, including physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being. I believe in empowering individuals to tap into their inner wisdom and strengths, helping them create fulfilling and meaningful lives. With empathy, compassion, and a non-judgmental attitude, I provide a safe and supportive space for personal growth and transformation.

Empower Visible and the Invisible YOU

Amidst the bustling crowd and bustling city streets, there exists an invisible you—a hidden essence that transcends the tangible world. It's the culmination of thoughts, dreams, and emotions that shape your very being. Invisible to the naked eye, yet immensely powerful.

Invisible you is the repository of your deepest fears and greatest aspirations, the reservoir of memories and experiences that have woven the fabric of your existence. It's the spark of creativity that ignites your passions and the resilience that propels you forward in times of adversity.

This intangible essence connects you to others, forming the invisible threads that bind humanity together. Empathy, compassion, and love flow through these invisible channels, shaping relationships that can withstand the test of time.

While our physical selves are bound by limitations, the invisible you is boundless, capable of envisioning grand possibilities and breaking barriers that confine the visible world. It's the realm of imagination where you can explore new worlds, conceive groundbreaking ideas, and dare to dream beyond the ordinary.

Embrace your invisible self, for it's the driving force behind every action, decision, and choice you make. Nurture it, understand it, and let it guide you towards a life filled with purpose and fulfillment. In this world of constant change, the invisible you remains your truest constant—the core of who you are.

Nada Yoga

A spiritual practice rooted in the ancient traditions of India. The term "Nada" refers to sound or vibration, and "Yoga" means union or connection. Nada Yoga, therefore, can be understood as the path of union through sound.

In Nada Yoga, the practitioner explores the transformative power of sound and its effect on the mind, body, and spirit. It recognizes that all of creation is composed of vibrations, and by attuning oneself to the subtlest vibrations, one can experience profound states of consciousness and inner harmony.

The practice of Nada Yoga involves various techniques such as chanting, singing, playing musical instruments, and listening to specific sounds or tones. By engaging with these sounds, the practitioner seeks to cultivate deep listening and heightened awareness, ultimately leading to a state of inner stillness and meditation.

Nada Yoga also acknowledges the fundamental role of the human body in the production and reception of sound. It recognizes that the body itself is a resonating chamber and that the vibrations created through vocalization or musical instruments can have a profound impact on the physical and energetic systems within.

Through regular practice, Nada Yoga offers a pathway to self-discovery and self-realization. It allows individuals to explore the power of sound as a means of connecting with the divine, accessing higher states of consciousness, and achieving a sense of unity with the universe.

Overall, Nada Yoga invites practitioners to embark on a transformative journey of self-exploration, inner harmony, and spiritual awakening through the profound and universal language of sound.

A designed Nada Yoga session is consisting the following features:


A mindful practice that involves producing a continuous hum or sound to enhance focus and relaxation. During this meditation, practitioners sit comfortably, close their eyes, and start humming softly. The vibration created by humming helps to center the mind and body, promoting a sense of inner calm and tranquility. Through humming, individuals can experience a deeper connection with their inner selves and the present moment

Pranayama | Yogic Breathing

Pranayama is a fundamental aspect of yoga, focusing on breath control and regulation. By practicing various breathing techniques, such as deep inhaling, exhaling, and retention,


In the serene realm of meditation, an unconventional practice known as Gibberish Meditation finds its place. It's a meditative journey into the world of sound, releasing the mind from its usual constraints and allowing it to wander freely.

During Gibberish Meditation, one surrenders to the art of making nonsensical sounds and utterances without the burden of meaning or judgment. It's a liberating experience, as the mind lets go of rationality, embracing the joy of vocal expression without limitations.

The practice starts with deep, conscious breathing to calm the mind and body. Then, like a babbling brook, the stream of gibberish begins to flow. Words lose their significance, replaced by an array of syllables, tones, and pitches, forming an expressive symphony of sound.

As the gibberish continues, a sense of catharsis emerges. It becomes a cleansing process, allowing emotions and pent-up energies to be released. The mind finds respite from its constant chatter as it surrenders to the rhythm of nonsense.

Gibberish Meditation taps into the essence of playfulness and creativity within us. It encourages spontaneity, paving the way for a childlike freedom that often eludes us in the structured world of adulthood.

When the gibberish finally comes to rest, a profound silence ensues. In this tranquil stillness, the mind reawakens, now refreshed and rejuvenated. It experiences a newfound clarity, unburdened by the weight of thoughts and worries.

Gibberish Meditation offers a unique pathway to mindfulness—one where the boundaries of language fade away, leaving us with a heightened sense of presence and acceptance. Embracing the absurdity of gibberish, we find a peaceful sanctuary within ourselves.


Mantra meditation is a powerful spiritual practice that involves repeating a specific word, sound, or phrase silently or aloud. The chosen mantra acts as a focal point to anchor the mind, promoting concentration and mindfulness. This ancient technique can help quiet the mind, reduce anxiety, and create a sense of inner calm. The rhythmic repetition of the mantra allows practitioners to transcend mundane thoughts and access deeper states of consciousness. Embracing mantra meditation can lead to a heightened sense of spiritual awareness and personal transformation


Nada Yoga with Pandit Shivkumar
Nada Yoga | Paris

Is the actual answer.

At the end of the session we observe silence. During Silence body is able to absorb everything which has happened naturally by the various practice. The time to experience, discover the Invisible you and to connect both the visible and the invisible.

You will be perfectly connected with the inner Sound.

The Traditional Aproach

Everyone have heard the term Nada Yoga which is used comonly and lot of people are claiming that, it is a union with sound. Right! but we experience that, The Sound which they use is all external. like, Guitar, harmonium and they sing over some mantras and bhajans calling it Nada Yoga. It's true that, this practice may help you to bring awareness within only for 5 to 10 %.

Here you have the opportunity to discover the true version of traditional Nada Yoga which will bring you a true awareness and a true connection within you. I'm not using any external musical instrument which may divert your mind to be curious about the sound and the song and the playing method.

Here, I use only a Tanpura sound which a drone continuously creating a soothing circle of sound where we naturally getting involved to dive deep in the sound.

First of all we begin with a

  • Humming sound which helps to raise or warm up the body energy.

  • Pranayama various and simple breathing exercises to clean up, charge up and to bring stable energy in the body.

  • Gibberish to clean up the mind/ brain from the regular chat within.

  • Mantra to connect with the breath and the sound

  • Silence to absorb everything what we practiced.

This is the correct way to get involved, connect and to experience own energy of Sound.

My long experience of sound and its effects on human body and the mind brought this proper balanced programme called Nada Yoga. It is not just a experiment. its a very well tasted method over the time and people.

the best results you will achieve by regular practice are:

  • Feeling Energised

  • Strengthen Immune System

  • Balanced Emotions

  • Out of Stress

  • Fresh Mood

  • Weight Loss Physical and Emotional

Thank you so much for your time.

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Individual Session is designed for 1h30

Workshop is designed for Four hours (half day)

Eight Hours ( Full day)

Individual Session or workshop is available in Paris at your Home/ Apartment (depends on the person need or availability)

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Pandit Shivkumar | Paris

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