An Indian Summer Festival | Yoga and Live Music



Take part in a unique and soulful wellbeing session, integrating gentle yoga with Indian classical music.

You will be guided through a slow, calm and inclusive yoga session, accompanied by the soothing sounds of live sitar and tabla. This experience will be brought to you by Geeta Pendse, Harkiran Sahota and Akash Parekar.

Geeta Pendse is a yoga teacher and journalist, currently presenting BBC Politics East Midlands and reporting on BBC Sunday Morning Live. Her passion for wellbeing led her to become a qualified yoga teacher and share her love of yoga with others.

Akash and Harkiran represent a generation of musicians who are on a continuous exploration of their identity and the juxtaposition of Indian classical traditions and contemporary cultural influences.

Harkiran Singh Sahota trained under world renowned tabla musician Pandit Sanju Sahai and has now established himself as one of the most talented percussionists in the UK. 

Akash Parekar is a student of renowned sitarists Ustad Dharambir Singh MBE and Roopa Panesar. He is now a leading musician in the next generation of British Indian classical musicians, performing his music across most major venues in the country including the Southbank Centre and Royal Albert Hall.

This very special collaboration will create a magical and unforgettable journey through sound, stillness and flow. 

Recommended for ages 16+

Part of An Indian Summer Festival 2023 – find out more.





£5 for Members
£5 16-26 yrs and/or Students (with a free 16-26 & Student Membership), and Curve Connect

Please bring your own yoga mats if possible. If you don’t have a mat, we can provide you one if let us know before the session.

*Discounts are subject to availability and may be removed at any time. Only valid on certain performances - terms and conditions apply.

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