Learn to Play the Ukulele and Let Music Heal Your Soul: (LA Workshop Dec. 15th!)

 Only 9 4  3 ukuleles still available  ~ get your registration in to hold your space, and come join us this Sunday! :)  The Ukulele is the wonderful little Hawaiian instrument that melts hearts and brings joy to the world. In this FUN workshop you will learn how to play the uke, and then take it home with you to keep playing whenever you want!

Satya Ukulele

The true sound of the tropics, the ukulule was created in Hawaii by Portuguese sugar cane workers in the late 19th century, and soon became the most loved national instrument. My theory is the laid back islanders loved the sound so much, they decided to make it easier to play by changing it to their own tuning style!

Because of the size and special "my-dog-has-fleas" tuning it’s easy to learn, and with a handful of chords and a simple strumming technique you can play dozens of great songs.

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The perfect traveling companion, I taught myself and many others to play this way throughout my travels in Latin America.

I call it the instrument of peace and happiness, because it brings such light and joy to those who hear it, and especially those who learn the joys of playing it! 


No musical experience necessary.

Date: Sunday, December 15th, 2013! Time: 12:30pm-2:30pm Location: The Hub Healing Arts Studio, West LA 2001 South Barrington Avenue (North of Olympic Blvd.) Los Angeles, CA 90025 (Click for Google Map) (310) 575-4200

Cost: $98. Includes Mahogany Kala 15-S Ukulele + mini songbook with some of my favorite hand-picked songs! (Attend with your own ukulele: $40.)

Advanced registration/deposit required. Deadline to register: Thursday, December 12th, 2013.  Registration deadline extended through Friday, December 13th!

This fun workshop was filled up the last time I held it, so be sure to register early to reserve your spot and your ukulele. Even if you’re new to playing an instrument you will learn how to play some great songs, gain a solid foundation for mastering the uke, and open your heart to the magic of making music!

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aaron goldbergI took Satya's ukelele workshop last year and hardly a day has gone by since where I haven't played the uke. It's so much fun and it's so small that you can take it anywhere you go. I even play it in bed. Learning the uke also led me to start learning the piano and I'm even writing my own songs now.

Satya is an amazing teacher and he gives you more than you could imagine, including your own uke, a songbook to get you started, the main lessons you'll need to play right away, and most importantly, a contagious love and joy for music. Don't miss this very unique and fun opportunity!" --Aaron Goldberg, Los Angeles

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"The Kala KA-15S Mahogany Soprano Ukulele offers a fresh approach to ukuleles. This Soprano pumps out a lot of sound despite its diminutive size, and the all-mahogany construction delivers a tone that is bright, yet warm with enough volume that you will be heard while playing with a group. A satin finish gives the KA-15S an antique, well-played in feel."

- Mahogany body and neck - Rosewood Fingerboard and Bridge - 12 Brass Frets - Fret position Marks at 5th, 7th and 10th frets - Chrome Geared tuners - Satin Finish - Premium AQUILA NYLGUT Strings - LIFETIME WARRANTY

(Ukulele List Price: $75.00) Your cost: $58.-- includes tax. [/box]

About the teacher:

Satya Colombo is a ukulele lover, nomadic writer, world explorer, certified healer, consultant and teacher for transformative leaders and creative rebels. He loves making music, playing in the ocean, exploring the edges, and having a good laugh while doing his part to help build a better world. :)

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Satya's love for the uke is contagious! His introduction to playing the ukelele is fun and simple, infused with his open-hearted and generous spirit. I was amazed that I learned to strum a few songs! Well worth two hours on a Sunday afternoon! ~Roshi Wendy Egyoku Nakao, Abbot, Zen Center of Los Angeles

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