Beverly McCulloch

Beverly McCulloch

A rarely used tool of Yoga, our own voice can hold the key for our health, healing and wellbeing. Indeed, chanting can help us "find our voice" in life. Beverly is the founder of Healing Heart Yoga, a Yoga centre dedicated to the tradition of Yoga as taught by Sri T Krishnamacharya. Join her to experience the transformational powers of chanting.


Beverly is a full time Yoga Teacher and Therapist based in Taree and Old Bar on the Mid North Coast of NSW and is the founder of Healing Heart Yoga, a Yoga centre dedicated and committed to the tradition of Yoga as taught by Sri T Krishnamacharya – teaching Yoga as it best suits the changing needs of each individual person. She has an innate passion for living and sharing Yoga in its true essence for healing and general health and wellbeing and a guide for life.

Beverly first started practicing over 20 years ago, forming a love of Yoga which continues to grow and thrive with her own daily practice for over 10 years. It is from this dedicated practice she has experienced the most transformation and growth – particularly from Vedic Chanting which has proven to be an immense support for her personally. Her studies include:

  • Advanced Diploma of Yoga Teaching
  • Certified Yoga teacher Krishnamacharya Healing & Yoga Foundation (KHYF), Chennai, India
  • Yoga Therapy (KHYF) – teaching Yoga one to one for healing
  • Yoga Therapy studies with Svastha Yoga – Depression & Addictions.
  • Regular visits to India and Melbourne for ongoing studies of all aspects of Yoga (including Vedic Chanting)

Beverly is a registered Level 2 Teacher with Yoga Australia.


Traditional Chanting – Mantras from the Vedas

Chanting can open the heart …”  TKV Desikachar

Vedic Chanting is a sacred tool for helping us on our journey into and beyond our Self. The art of Vedic Chanting shapes the sacred syllables of mantras through precision in pronunciation and sound (vibration). Using this sacred art, our voices can help us make a deeper connection from our heart. It has the power to help us with our own health, healing and well-being.

Adhyayanam (Vedic Chanting) is a useful tool in quietening the mind and as a preparation for dhyana (meditation) as well as a meditative process in itself.

In this session you will chant simple mantras in a call and response format.

Chapel Hall – 10.00 am (60 mins)