Harmonic Culture

Priya Deepika is a mediator, sound healer, producer and educator. She is the founder of Harmonic Culture, dedicated to meaningful conversations while ensuring the ethics of respect and kindness to invite heart-centered dialogue and discerning inquiry. We create educational and group experiences to explore what is a harmonic value system for our shared culture while honoring each individual’s path that shapes our unique experience.

Indy Rishi Singh is a wellbeing engineer. He leads corporate wellness workshops-retreats with Fortune 500 companies, provides burnout & resilience retreats-workshops for healthcare workers, law enforcement and activist organizations, mindfulness workshops with students in schools and universities, and is an active volunteer locally and globally.

Shiva Mahesh leads yoga and meditation in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA. His teachings are rooted in the Patanjali Yoga sutras and the Upanishads. He recognizes that, while written thousands of years ago, these texts still holds strong relevance in the chaotic and bustling world we live in today.

Vaidehi Amair is a creative entrepreneur that loves to elevate consciousness by sharing spiritual knowledge and mantra through music and dance. Born and raised in the Bhakti Yoga tradition, she has a love for mantra and hip hop and produces her own mantra bass hip hop music with ancient Sanskrit chants. Her vision is to bridge the culture of Bhakti Yoga, music and movement into the world of music and festival culture.


Scheduled Workshops

  • Honoring Yoga's Roots, Celebrating Unity through Devotion

    105 min | The Summit

    There is a universal longing to connect with Divine. To be a Yogi is to cultivate our connection and find union with the Divine. From mystical forest Tantra to a Code of Ethics, for thousands of years Yoga has evolved what it means to live a spiritual life. Join us for an insightful conversation about Yoga’s Roots from a South Asian centered perspective. Yoga as a modern day fitness practice is a steep departure from its origins of the Sutras. Popularized by existentialism, hippie subculture and more recently the entertainment and fitness industry, Yoga has reached across the oceans to influence the Western quest for Human Potential. How has modernization taken Yoga out of its traditional context, caused cultural harm in some ways and benefited the masses in other ways. What shifts have we seen and how can we move forward to bring greater inclusivity, accessibility and diversity to Yoga?