Welcome to ONEDANCE Global Movement Prayer!

The ONEDANCE webcasts consist of one hour of music and guidance offered by international conscious movement teachers of different modalities who though at OneDanceTribe. Each session is an open invitation for anyone, anywhere to access free music and dance for peace.

This session was created by Dayashakti Geeti

Click on the play button on the image below and enjoy your dance!

Soul Motion™


Dayashakti Geeti has been exploring Conscious dance and movement as a spiritual and creative path for many years, leading her to Japan and America to study with her teachers Arjuna Vinn Marti and Kajo Tsuboi.

Geeti now lives in Sydney, Australia and  teaches Soul Motion and Kiryuho Japanese movement to people of all ages and abilities. At the heart of both of these modalities is the practice of bringing attention  and a compassionate awareness to ourselves within relationship to each other and the world around us.

Movement and dance for Geeti is a powerful expression that connects us deeply with our eternal natures through the sacred vessels of our bodies.  Geeti is also a lover of Kirtan and Bhakti yoga and has been enjoying the process of exploring movement and dance with live music, voice and mantra as Dance Devotion.


1. Temple Rain – The Harmonic Project ~ Heather Frahn, Prabhu Osoniqs, and Stuart Rose , Mary Laslett  4.:45
2. The Call ~ Prabhu Osoniqs and Kelly Roberts 4.20
3. Dancing with the Beloved ~ Prabhu Osoniqs  6.51
4. Morning Light ~ Emanuel Lieberfreund  4.47
5. Moon in Goa ~ Gary Diggins 6.59
6. Evolution ~ Freya  4.39
7. Gathering our tribes ~ Mignon 3.47
8. Siddhi Buddhi (Bliss) ~ Edo and Jo 5.12
9. Prayer ~ Emanuel Lieberfreund  5.06
10. The Call of the Himalayas- Prabhu Osoniqs, Kelly Roberts and Morgan Campbell  2.47

OneDanceTribe wishes to thank and acknowledge the artists who have contributed to this production with their music


Prabhu Osoniqs is an energy musician and a sonic igniter. Inspired by nature and the mysteries of life, Prabhu’s music is vibrant, colourful and spirited, yet calming, centering, hypnotic and soul touching. A musical genre nomad, Prabhu’s music is a fusion of its own kind, with a flavour of East, West, New Age, Folk, Devotional, Jazz, Dance, Trance-Spiritual, World and meditation music.

In 2007 Prabhu encountered the HANG, a Swiss instrument with hypnotic tones and subtle vibrations. Prabhu found his unique expression with the Hang and created many compositions inspired by nature, energy and his background in Indian folk drumming. The HANG transmits a tranquil field of stillness and an atmosphere of spirited celebration. He also plays Sansula, Flute, other acoustic instruments. Prabhu also offers OSONIQS mediations using voice and sound to awaken a space of deep silence (Shunya) though sound vibration. He offers music at festivals, cultural and corporate events, schools, temples, yoga and dance studios in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Hong Kong, India and Japan. Born in India and surrounded by devotional music and drumming Prabhu has been on a conscious path from early childhood. He feels blessed to have been born into a family where many seekers from different paths came and shared their experiences.  He now lives in Sydney Australia.




Harmonic Project is an ambient music experience, which inspires a very deep listening. Gently layering singing bowls, gongs, soulful vocals and more creating a meditative sonic sound scape that seamlessly ebbs and flows. Giving birth to Harmonic Project is award winning Australian singer-songwriter and sound therapist Heather Frahn. Also, joining her are special guest musicians each bringing their own unique sonic element to the Harmonic Project stage, including Stuart Rose (flutes, low whistle, didgeridoo, strings), Prabhu Osoniqs (Hang, sansula, dholak, ocean drum), and Mary Lastlett (vocals, singing bowls, lap dulcimer). They combine with Heather their beautiful melodic sounds, rhythms and textures creating rich sonic backdrops, and skilfully conduct the meeting point between the art of musical creation and the energy of holistic sound vibration. Come and rest, arrive at stillness, and open your ‘third ear’ to the beautiful sound on the Harmonic Project album “Divine Resonance”.

www.harmonicproject.com ~ www.heatherfrahn.com


Gary Diggins  ~ I grew up in a musical family and, from early childhood, was fascinated by how human beings communicate through word, sound, music, and even silence. For a period of time, I worked in the performing arts and opened for artists ranging from Alice Cooper to Sly Stone. Several decades later, I still perform as a musician and continue to maintain a private counseling practice, but my deeper story is really about facilitating group interactions. My integrated approach to group communication employs a technique called the Sonica Circle. It is designed to elicit collective wisdom and mindful listening within any configuration of people.



Emanuel Lieberfreund is a classical and jazz trained flautist who now plays flutes, saxes and percussion in many styles, including jazz, Latin, West African, Indian fusion and contemporary folk. He is passionate about music, dance and yoga as life-affirming and healing arts, and is deeply interested in the musical expressions of many cultures. As well as playing and recording professionally in Sydney and abroad, he plays for kirtan and conscious dance as a spiritual practice, and plays for many Australian and visiting international artists and teachers. In Nov 2014 Emanuel released “Atma’s Sphere”, an album of world music ambience and gentle grooves, which was largely inspired by the soundscapes he creates for Michelle Mahrer’s 5 Rhythms Dance classes.


Freya is a singer songwriter and Artist, with a strong interest in healing through the Arts. Her music draws on a myriad of influences, greatly coloured by her Celtic heritage, by sacred music, and in particular Vedic chanting. She is a qualified Music Therapist, who supports others to express themselves through voice and movement. The ethereal yet potent quality of Freya’s voice, has the ability to transport and transcend beyond the earthly realm.

‘Evolution’ is the title track from a cd created in 2011 for a Benefit to assist with treatment for her son’s Autism. The song refers to the many facets of the Goddess, and acceptance of the dance of change.   She lives in Sydney Australia. To contact Freya, email her at freyasound@gmail.com


Mignon grew up in South Africa where her deep connection with the land and people there inspired her to play music and write and sing songs of freedom and change at undercover anti apartheid rallies.   She now lives in Sydney Australia and leads  ‘Divine Songs’ – sacred music and chant circles , bringing people together to share music, mantra ,movement and spirituality from many cultures and traditions around the world with the intention of peace. ‘Gathering Our Tribes’ is inspired to connect people also  seeking peace and more justice in the world.




Edo & Jo are acclaimed Australia/India based mantra musicians and singer/songwriters. For the past six years they have toured extensively throughout Australia, South-East Asia and India. Their music is an enchanting mix of Eastern mantra and Western pop that is both soothing and uplifting. Kirtan Alive, their first album, was released in 2012 and is one of Australia’s best selling kirtan CDs. Their new albums Bliss and Chakra Meditation were released in August 2014 and have been received with much enthusiasm both locally and abroad.

Dedicated to conscious living, Bhakti Yoga and seva (humanitarian works), they run events at yoga schools, yoga retreats, festivals, teacher trainings, temples, hospitals and orphanages worldwide. They co-founded A SOUND LIFE www.asoundlife.org), a charity bringing the healing power of music and yoga as a free service to those who need it most in health care and underprivileged communities.



The Radiance Sutras By Lorin Roche –The Vijnana Bhairava Tantra is a conversation between The Goddess Who is the Creative Power of the Universe, and the God who is the Consciousness that permeates everywhere. They call each other Devi and Bhairava, or Shakti and Shiva.

The Radiance Sutra’s is Lorin Roche’s modern day translation of this classical ancient text on meditation and yoga. It is said to have appeared as a written text in about 800 AD. It is astonishing that in so few words it describes the essence of many of the world’s meditation techniques.

“Lorin Roche’s rendition of the Vijnana Bhairava is truly radiant, filled with insight and poetry, and illumined by the power of his practice.” – Sally Kempton Lorin Roche has also just recently published another version of his translations which include commentary and exercises.