Performer – Teacher – Composer


Performer – Teacher – Composer


Performer – Teacher – Composer


Live Sitar with Yin Yoga. Encinitas, CA

The Soul of Yoga
627 Encinitas Blvd, Encinitas, CA
Sunday, April 12  12:30 PM – 2 PM
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Experience a journey of sound healing and quiet movement that will take you right back center of your BEING. Join Yoga Therapist & sound healer, Merry Trentadue and musician Will Marsh for an afternoon of deep sacred stillness and tune into the vibration of the ever-present resonant harmony within your SELF.

The Raga music performed in traditional sitar playing dates back thousands of years to the ancient times of India, when great sages developed timeless melodies through spiritual discipline and union with nature. “Nadha Brahma” which translates to “sound is God” is the creed of all artists in this tradition. A Raga is essentially a musical deity that takes shape in the form of sound. It has tremendous healing and transformative power. The depth of this music combined with the acoustic mastery of the sitars’ 20 strings creates a most potent sonic journey.

Yin yoga stimulates the movement of chi through twelve distinct meridian lines where we harbor many of our deepest emotions. Through extended holds, we create ample space for our bodies to energetically release these emotions and create a sense of clarity, calm and truth.

“It is inner stillness that will save and transform the world” Eckhart Tolle

Cost: $22 Preregister / $26 day of and at the door


Will Marsh has been a dedicated student of the sitar since 2006. He was initiated into the rich classical tradition of North Indian music by Ustad Aashish Khan (eldest son of Ustad Ali Akbar Khan) while a student at the California Institute of the Arts. His commitment to this art form has made Will a member of a new generation of serious Indian musicians from the United States. He has also had the privilege of studying with sitar master Roshan Jamal Bhartiya, from Mumbai India. Will completed his MFA in North Indian music from Cal Arts in 2013. Will is also an exceptional guitarist and as such, his sitar music is unique to his deep, creative spirit and draws influence from literally the entire world. His intuitive touch for sacred, innovative, melodic improvisation brings bliss and tranquility to his listeners. Will’s musical language covers a huge scope, from Western Classical Music and Jazz to Balinese Gamelan and Persian setar. Currently, Will resides in Southern California where he works with a variety of ensembles, teaches, and performs internationally.


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