Ithaca is blessed to have a vibrant and diverse yoga community. The following events are either hosted by Singing Heart Yoga, presented in collaboration with other yoga studios, or simply great happenings that we want to promote. Enjoy!

Kirtan at Mighty Yoga with ONE LOVE 

Sunday Sept 2nd   7:30-8:45

106 W State St
Ithaca, NY 14850 [map]
Price: $20 suggested Donation

We are honored to be celebrating Mighty Yoga's 9th birthday with a kirtan! All are welcome.



Thursdays, 7-9 PM
Finger Lakes School of Massage
215 East State Street, #203 
(upstairs in the former Rothchild's building)
Sacred chanting led by Damodar Das 
and One Love Chant 

(See calendar above for which musicians are hosting each Thursday evening). 

All ages welcome. 
$10 suggested donation, and/or non perishable food donation for local food pantries.

Kirtan is a Sanskrit word that means "to communicate, to celebrate, to praise." It is an ancient yoga practice of call-and-response chanting, repeating the many names and attributes of the Divine. It is a joyful and uplifting practice. No musical skill or experience necessary.

Come sing your heart out!



Dinner & Dharma
at the Temple of Joy

Our Dinner & Dharma evenings are an opportunity for us to come together to share a meal and view an inspirational film or dharma talk by a spiritual teacher.  We explore wisdom from a broad spectrum of paths and perspectives.

We’ll provide a vegan main dish. You are welcome to bring a side dish, salad, or dessert to make it a feast!

Friday September 14th

6:30 PM dish-to-pass meal 

7:30 Video

Feel free to come for just the meal, the video, or both!

REQUEST: If you are coming for the dinner, please arrive as close to 6:30 as possible, so we can all enjoy a meal together and have plenty of time to eat before the movie. Thanks!

This month's video:  TBA




Sundays, 11:30 noon-1:00 PM
Fine Spirit Studio
201 Dey  Street, Ithaca, NY 14850
Suggested Donation $5

Dance Church is a home for free movement expression in Ithaca. The DJ is the minister, the music is the sermon, and the dancers are the congregation! Feel free to come for the whole "service" or just drop in for a while. Love offering donations gratefully accepted,with no one turned away. All ages welcome.  No dance experience or skill necessary, only a love of great inspiring music and a willingness to explore the sacred through movement. Come dance your prayers!


Poetry, readings & words of wisdom from modern and ancient sources