About The Teacher
Krishangi Lila, originally from Estonia, is a singer, songwriter and a voice healer giving sacred voice workshops all over the world.
She started her musical career as a singer of western classical and medieval music after graduating from Norwegian State Academy of Music in 2000 where she studied under Barbro Marklund.
Her musical interest changed after coming in contact with Indian spiritual practices in bhakti yoga tradition and Indian mantra singing tradition became prominent singing style in her life during those twelve years she lived in ashram in Radhadesh, in Belgium.
During last few years she has been studying Dhrupada with Gundecha Brothers in Bhopal, India. Her devotional life is reflected in her music. Mantras, bhajans (devotional songs) ,prayers from the
holy scriptures in Sanskrit and dhrupada style are the main sources of her inspiration for her compositions.
In 2008, she released her first album called “Divine Love” together with Kalindi dasi. This CD, commissioned by Bhaktivedanta College, was mainly inspired by the Holy texts of the Divine Rasa Dance from the scripture Bhagavata Purana.
Next CD will be soon released by an ethnic fusion project called “Lila” where Krishangi Lila as a singer collaborates with Jonathan Kay on esraj and saxophone and Ziya Tabassian on Sufi percussions.
As a voice healer, she is focusing on the healing aspect of the voice; how to find your natural voice and stay connected to it with its healing potencies and full resonance in your body. Her workshops offer an opportunity to work on the breathing techniques; to practice the voice toning meditation that helps one to awaken and heal the 7 chakras of the body through chanting on different vowels; to come in contact with one’s soulsong; to be guided through voice and movement meditations to the deeper healing aspects in oneself.
Since 2014 she is engaged as a teacher in harmonium and vocals in Kirtan Course at Bhaktivedanta College, Radhadesh, and has been giving voice healing courses in Estonia, Sweden, Belgium, Holland, Thailand and Taiwan.