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Come and embrace the true connexion between Music and Yoga!
“DJ Live” :
Fall under the spell of our DJ live of the moment. Mainly without lyrics, they will thrive to fuse an inspiring beat to the fluidity of our creative vinyasa.
We are very lucky to have among our team, several talented artists who, with brio, make our unique vinyasa shine by their passion.
Bios of our Musicians
We have the chance to collaborate with talented artists whom you’ll have the opportunity to discover through your yoga practice at our studio. Without a fixed schedule you get to live in the spontaneity of the present moment!
You are a musician and you’d like to join our team? Book an audition!
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Dj Serious Black
DJ Serious Black is in demand as a DJ, producer and sound maven. An eclectic pioneer in her craft, she cuts and strings together sounds and songs that force the soul to move in representation of joy – -be it dance, a yoga practice, block parties or afterhours.
Serious transforms the vibes of any scene she is set lose on, her versatile roots run deep in underground hip hop, dancehall, reggae, soca/calypso, jazz and funk, she put to work her years a bassist and steel pan musician to work to create a sound that is like no other. Her seamless blends of rap, world, soul, dancehall, reggae, electronic, and trip hop in her sound and productions makes any show an event.
Serious Black’s wildly calm and versatile approach makes her highly sought-after in dynamic projects. One has to mention that she is also a single mother, touring with her son all year round. When not behind the decks or in production; she can be found in many yoga studios in and around Montreal and abroad teaching and guiding other seekers toward inner calm.
Her resume is extensive, yet she maintains an extensive touring schedule involving various artists that she has opened for and shared the stage with; DJ Drez, MC Yogi, Karsh Kale and Thievery Corporation, to Micheal Franti ,Afrika Bambataa, Kaytranada, Lord Finesse, A-Track, The Rolling Stones and DJ Kool Herc. She has appeared in festivals and organizations such Wanderlust, Montreal Jazz Festival, SumFest, Yocomo Yoga Festival, Lovebox Festival, Who’s Got NEXT, Under Pressure, Red Bull Music Academy, and Tools of WAR.
In 2015 she was signed to Black Swan Sounds and cut her first EP with them ‘END TRANSMISSION’, her second release ‘THE FUNKY TROPICAL’ was released June 2016. With 5 prior independent releases under her belt she continues to surprise audiences with her bold and live performances, bringing audiences to a wild calm within yoga studios or frenzy of unbridled joy on the dancefloor. https://youtu.be/-RHGp3MIsWw
DJ Anthony Montreuil
Anthony Montreuil also known as DJ Tony Loco started realizing his passion for DJing in 2007. From a very young age he played many musical instruments. His longtime love of music makes you feel his shows at a deeper level. Currently a full-time Masters’ student in business he doesn’t hesitate to share his musical passion all the while creating long term friendships. When he plays he makes sure that you are immersed in a unique ambiance tailor made for the audience.
DJ MH Bee (Marie-Hélène Brousseau)
Music has nourished me since I was young. It’s also saved me at times. I officially starting DJing in my early twenties, but this beautiful story with music started when I would spend my Sundays dancing around the kitchen table. Since then I’ve grown a bit, played here and there throughout Montreal, from Saint-Sulpice to Circus, passing through Parking Pub, the Bistro Chez Roger and Salon Daomé. I’ve become less and less nocturnal these days; I sometimes play at Bily Kun and Plan B. I love free and creative sets, where all blends are possible: electro, folk, soul, trip hop, old dusty blues, fado, soft middle-eastern. I love the power of words – even in languages that I don’t understand – and the power of melodies. I was won over by the yoga practice a few years ago and am thrilled to surf with you at Wanderlust.
From Côte d’Ivoire, Gotta Lago embodies the wealth, beauty and warmth of Africa in its traditions and cultural diversity. Gotta Lago is the recipient of three scholarships established: one in 2009, CALQ (Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec) a second in 2010, the ACC (Canada Council for the Arts) and a third in 2013. All served to artistic research, creating music and African vocal art. This lover of jazz and classical music grew up in a traditional musical universe. Based in Montreal since 1998, Gotta participated in many music festivals and collaborated with painters, teachers of yoga, contemporary dance, and theatre environment. He is a storyteller, percussionist dancer and musician.
First it was the classical violin, orchestra and choir in high school. Then the electric guitar and singing in bars. A degree in music therapy was waiting for me to visit this amazing journey. By following this path, I stumbled upon a large Tibetan bowl … I made it my friend. And yoga helps me to vibrate in harmony with what is. For me, music supports practice and helps guide the mind to the present. When I play for yoga classes, I like to let the violin, guitar, voice and line a bowl conducive to the internalization and meditation room.
DJ Neerav’s mission in life is to bring positive vibes to the people wherever he plays. Equally adept at playing tribal, trance or ambient music, he favours world beat selections created or remixed by cutting edge artists as well as a fusion of DJ and Live musicians (Boreal Groove, Ina).
A veteran of renowned Interchill Records, he has toured the globe DJing at international music festivals in North and South America, Europe, Asia, and beyond.
He is also involved in many local projects in Quebec, supporting the local ecstatic dance and music scene (Flow, Northern Flow, Dance Jam) as well as Yoga and Tribal Dance events through his musical experience.
I am a vocalist based out of Montréal, currently involved in an electro-pop project – Magmatic, and a folk vocal trio – Fruiting Bodies. I’ve also been singing for yoga classes for more than 3 years now and it has been such a gift to my personal practice as a singer. I use Tibetan singing bowls, a loop/effects pedal, guitar and my voice to accompany the class. My aim is to support your yoga practice with a flow of music; with layers of vocals and bell tones that help you to deepen into a meditative mind and deepen into your breath. Yoga and singing mesh well together because they are both based on the movement of the breath. So as you follow your breath, I follow along with mine.
An elf Montrealer and harpist since the age of twelve, Coralie is above all a versatile and passionate artist. Her classical training at the Conservatoire de Musique in Montreal gave her a solid technical mastery of her instrument. She then turned to the electro-acoustic carbon fiber Celtic harp , whose versatility allows her to get involved in several projects with an array of artists from diverse backgrounds (DJ, storytellers, dancers, film industry, etc.).
It is her fascination for the virtues of music on body, mind and soul that inspired her to collaborate with yoga teachers and massage therapists, and to pursue her studies in the field of music therapeutic. She is herself graduate of yoga teaching, and the music she plays during classes at Wanderlust is enriched with a thorough understanding of this technique, enabling her to create the best balance between sounds and movements!
“If Sarah McLachlan, Mahatma Gandhi and Dr Martin Luther King made a band together, that would be Eliza Moore’s music.” (Geeta Nadkarni, journalist). Her “positively angelic” voice (Artist Direct) and “warm and haunting sound” (Times Argus) gives Eliza’s music a genre bending quality that resonates with poets, yogis, and music aficionados alike.
Eliza lives in Montreal. When she is not in her studio polishing her latest recording, she is cruising along the St Lawrence river with her two children on her Dutch bike, teaching corporate executives to breathe or inventing a new stew in her crock pot.
This is how Barbara Finck-Beccafico is positioned in the artistic ecosystem.
Currently studying at the Masters in Composition and Sound Creation at the University of Montreal, Barbara Finck-Beccafico has, since beginning of her academic career, had the opportunity to work under the tutelage of recognized artists at the Université de Montréal (Nicolas Bernier, Martin Bédard), Paris 8 University (Alain Bonardi, Anne Sedes) and Sogang University of Seoul (Jusub Kim, Yongsoon Choi).
Her electroacoustic compositions have recently been heard series of Ultrasonic concerts, in the play “Vacilando” of New York City collective The Ephemeral Explorers and Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium and Venice Electroacoustic Rendez-vous. She also collaborates with choreographers and directors to put their works to music.
Since 2014, Barbara has been working on a corpus of works of six engaged multisensory installations. Chapters 1 “Recyclable Comfort and 3″ Zoopolis ” have been displayed at famous contemporary arts events such as at Nuit Blanche
of Montreal, at the Nuit Blanche of Paris, as well as the series of Ultrasonic concerts.
Between 2012 and 2015, her audio visual work has been performed with the electro-pop band about: A project that Barbara Finck-Beccafico has permitted her to present several years of her work in Video-Music, as an author, a performer and a co-composer. This project counts a little over a hundred performances over a period of 4 years, including a presence at festivals such as the CBGB Festival (NYC), Canadian Music Week (Toronto), and Montreal Electronic Groove Festival (Montreal).
This project is now presented in a solo form, renamed Wållgren, the maiden name of her maternal grandmother, doing honor to her Swedish roots. A very personal proposal, in which she offers a soundscape emerging from the usual shackles usual of the “singer-songwriter” format. In her musical influences, one can see strong female models such as Bjork, Ariane Moffatt, St- Vincent and Anne Clark.
Today, Barbara Finck-Beccafico is also fully involved in the project [imaginAire.iDentity.empreiNte] Poetry of DNA, mixing art software applied to sound, music and visual creation, as well as performative art.
In the last 10 years, Barbara Finck-Beccafico has participated in numerous projects: member of the Board of Directors of the Quebec Music Research Association for 4 years, consultant for the labels Ambiances Magnétiques, Mikroclimat and ACTE, VJ for several Montreal’s indie scene artists, she has published a novel at the age of 20, been a part of 4 expeditions to the Antarctic and Arctic, and founded her management company Poulet Neige.
Having grown up in an environment where contemporary art was at center of everyday life, her artistic exploration gradually developed towards immersive audio-visual performances. Indeed, her artistic approach is closely linked to the immersive character of art: the importance of creating a real universe for the public. The impossibility of dissociating the experience from the public, as a central focus point, in order to give life to the work.
Strongly attached to the idea of offering original artistic work, both in the messages that she explores but also through the materials and techniques, Barbara Finck-Beccafico confronts the public with social issues, in both a theoretical and formal way. She is committed to bringing together both the general public and the more specific one, in an exploration of mindfulness.