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Cyril Wohrer (aka Chandra) grew up between Mexico City, Paris, and West Hollywood, listening to Bob Marley, Supertramp, and Lenny Kravitz. At age 20, he discovered the Bhagavad-Gita. He dropped out of Cornell University and shaved his head to become a monk. For three years he traveled most of the globe as the executive assistant to his guru. He was the lead singer of the activist Bhakti reggae band “18 Days,” touring in Poland for six summers. Returning to academia with a Masters in Theology (Oxford University), Cyril’s raison d’être since then has been to mainstream Bhakti-Yoga in modern society. His first solo album, “Summer Krishna,” as well as his upcoming book “Gita 101: Understanding and Living the Bhagavad-Gita,” are a testimony to his spiritual drive.

Yoga of the Bhagavad Gita workshop by Cyril Wohrer