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Yoga Outreach & The New Faces of Kirtan

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Yoga Outreach: Delanie Dyck & Nicole Emily Marcia

Yoga Outreach is a Vancouver based registered charity. Our mission is to develop and deliver life-affirming yoga programs to people who do not have access to these resources. 

Yoga Outreach partners with yoga instructors, community organizations, social service agencies, and correctional facilities to provide mindfulness-based yoga programming for our community’s most underserved members.

Alanna Kaivalya & Chris Grosso

Alanna Kaivalya and Chris Grosso have taken the traditional spiritual music of Kirtan and blended it with their own eclectic American music experiences. With influences from every genre—from Peter Gabriel, to Tracy Chapman, to Slayer—Alanna and Chris have created a sound to feed hearts and minds hungry for authenticity. Their vision is to make spiritual music accessible to all audiences.
 Alanna Kaivalya is the founder of The Kaivalya Yoga Method, and was listed as Yoga Journal's Top 21 Yoga Teachers Under 40 (March, 2008), Alanna teaches all over the globe, and is known for her spot on adjustments, live music and accessible philosophical teachings.

Chris Grosso’s 18+ years in the punk/hardcore scene blend with his eclectic spirituality to create a truly unique vision for kirtan. Chris has toured both the U.S. and Canada in his various bands sharing the stage with legendary acts such as Dashboard Confessional, Agnostic Front and more. His work as Spiritual Director of the interfaith center, The Sanctuary at Shepardfields, and his writing at the Indie Spiritualist website, have fueled his desire to combine his musical talent with his desire to reach out and help other on their spiritual paths.