Indi House Yoga & Vedic Chanting

Vedic Chant classes and programs for Beginners through to Advanced Vedic Chant Training with Debby Badger.

Debby Badger

Vedic Chant & Yoga Teacher, Indi House, Brighton, Victoria, Australia

Debby dedicates herself to guiding people on their journey of learning to chant the mantras of the Veda-s.

Gently encouraging students to be comfortable with their own sound, Debby leads students to experience the growth and joy of chanting.

The healing benefits of Vedic Chanting are profound for improving:

* mental focus & memory

* stability in times of stress

* heart connection

* improved breathing

….. and much more………..

With a deep understanding and faith in the capacity of human beings to grow and change, Debby is also committed to continuing this tradition as it has been passed on from teacher to student through oral transmission for generations.

The world renowned Vedic Chant Teacher, Radha Sundararajan, was a mentor for Debby for more than ten years in the lineage of Professor T. Krishnamacharya, which is a traditional approach to yoga as a philosophy for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health.

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Contact me by email if you wish to explore the healing potential of chanting.

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What is Vedic Chanting?

Vedic Chanting is a process of meditation, it is a subtle tool that engages our internal faculties, and influences change from within us. The inherent benefit of chanting is its ability to heal through the power of vibration, and to bring positive feelings to the student.  It is a way of being present in the moment. Chanting brings out the light in our heart creating a total transformation in us which is the true essence of Yoga.

Chanting the mantras of the Vedas offers great benefits, experienced by yogi-s since ancient times. The Vedas are the foundation of all philosophy in the Indian tradition. The vibration of the sound while chanting the mantras of the Vedas brings health and healing.  The language of the Vedic mantras is Sanskrit. The specific vibrations of Sanskrit sounds create different healing effects.

The Sanskrit word for chanting, ‘adhyayanam’, means recitation or study and also means the process of going within to our inner self, to our heart. Chanting is open to anyone who has the desire to experience the power of sound.  

Vedic Chanting is considered to be one of the most important tools of yoga for healing, maintaining health and uplifting the spirit.

Professor T Krishnamacharya, the legendary yogacharya, known as the father of modern yoga,  was the one who pioneered the effort to teach Vedic Chanting to everyone who was interested in it. He believed that as more people experienced its powerful healing benefits, Vedic chanting would be preserved for future generations. His son and student for more than thirty years,Sri TKV Desikachar, has continued the tradition and brought chanting to millions of students throughout the world for health and healing.

  • Improves attention and memory
  • Strengthens your breathing and voice
  • Develops greater confidence
  • Connects you with your heart, with your inner joy
  • Provides spiritual nourishment
  • and so much more………………..


Learning Vedic Chanting is open to all. Students of chanting come from a variety of backgrounds, people without yoga experience, yoga students and teachers. Anyone can benefit from the healing sound of Vedic mantras.

Vedic Chant Training Courses

These two training programs aim to equip students with practical chanting skills while learning traditional Vedic mantras and Sanskrit.


Events can be tailored specifically to you and topics you select. The events may be hosted by you or alternatively held in our Brighton studio. We offer workshops, seminars, retreats or classes for Vedic Chanting.