Thanks for visiting. Hope all goes well for you.


Here we are in this surreal time of uncertainty. I hope you and your loved ones are healthy and doing the best you can with everything.

I’ll be starting some Zoom sessions very soon on meditation and chanting and I’d love to have you with me. I’m currently figuring out dates and times. If you’d like to join me, please email the word Zoom to me at and I’ll email you the information as soon as I know it.

Meanwhile, stay safe—and continue whatever spiritual practices you’re doing. That can be a lovely point of stability in these unsettling times.

Many good wishes coming your way. Peace and blessings. 

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P.S. A note about my website: The place that was hosting my website closed their service and transferred my site to another platform. Sadly the transfer pretty much destroyed the site. I’m working to either repair it or find another web hosting company. If you know of a good, not too expensive one, please let me know. In the meantime, if you wish to order any of my CDs, please click here to do so by downloading them or getting a hard copy from CD Baby.


I hope to see you again soon wherever and whenever. Take extra special care of yourself and your loved ones. I hope this year is one of great joy in spite of all that is happening. Please sign the Guestbook before you go—and remember that you can email me any time at the email below with questions and/or rejoicings about your practice. Have a beautiful day. Peace and blessings. 


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Kirtan with Bhavani

Westfield Yoga Center, 94 N Elm St, Ste 211, Westfield, MA 01085

Experience the soul-nurturing and meditative benefits of the spiritual practice of Kirtan. Please join us for a memorable, enchanting evening with Bhavani Lorraine Nelson, a senior faculty member and beloved songstress and Kirtan leader at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health.

Since the beginning of time, chanting has been a part of all spiritual traditions. In the Yogic tradition, Sanskrit chanting is part of the branch of yoga called the yoga of devotion (Bhakti yoga), and many find that chanting does evoke that yearning of the heart to experience more fully the mystery that is life. For many it also elicits a deep, meditative state and a clearing of the body, mind and spirit. The benefits of chanting are magnified when it’s practiced in a group, so bring all your friends and explore what the practice does for you.

Pre- Registration is required online, email or phone. 413.568.8989

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“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.”


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