Our purpose is to bring free music and yoga to those in need. We harness the skills of musicians, yoga teachers and kind-hearted volunteers who are passionate about giving back to our community and enrich the lives of those in need.  A Sound Life services a range of healthcare facilities (hospitals, aged-care, disabilities, mental health) and vulnerable communities.


Our Programs


We bring therapeutic yoga, meditation and music delivered by qualified and trained volunteers to Aussies who need it most. Projects include yoga therapy for teens with Eating Disorders, music and yoga for children with terminal illness at Westmead Hospital and BUPA Aged Care.

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We set up music schools and training programs for children in underprivileged areas enabling them to develop their creativity and talent. First Sound School launched in North Bali in May 2014.

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We  produce educational recorded music and videos as a free resource material for underprivileged communities.  The first project is called A Sound Earth CD, a children’s album with universal values.

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Biggest Yoga & Meditation on Bondi Beach in Winter for United Nations World Yoga Day Challenge 

What a turn out for the first ever United Nations World Yoga Day Challenge presented by on Sunday 21 June 2015! The cold weather could not keep the yoga lovers away!

Nearly 600 Sydney-siders rolled out their mats on Australia’s iconic Bondi Beach yesterday morning to make history in the first ever United Nations World Yoga Day Challenge whilst enriching the lives of people in need. The biggest yoga and meditation gathering held in Bondi, and in winter no less, was presented by local charity A Sound Life. .

“We were overwhelmed by the amount of support we received, not only the hundreds that turned out at sunrise to experience the inaugural United Nations World Yoga Day Challenge, but also all the huge number of partners and volunteers that helped to make the event the success that it was”, said A Sound Life co-founders and Bondi locals, Edo and Jo Kahn. “It was an amazing sight to wit-ness so many participating in a sunrise yoga practice on Sydney’s beautiful Bondi Beach led by some of Australia’s premier yoga and meditation teachers.”

The event raised over $20,000 thanks to Vittoria Coffee, who donated $20 for every pair of feet on a mat; Air India and Taj Hotels who generously donated a free trip to India, Uber who are donating $10 for every person who takes a first free ride (up to $25) with promo code ‘ASLYOGA’ (valid until 31 July), and Sejuiced Coffee in Bondi who donated $1 from every coffee purchased on World Yoga Day.

In his speech to the United Nations in September last year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the world community to celebrate a World Yoga Day. Modi said, "Let us work towards adopting an Inter-national Yoga Day. Yoga is an invaluable gift of our ancient tradition. It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and the nature."

Sydney’s Bondi was the first of 174 countries to commence the inaugural United Nations World Yoga Day ‘worldwide wave’ of sun salutes on 21 June 2015, a global movement sanctioned by the United Nations.


The Challenge continues...

Help us reach our goal of $100,000!

UBER, our ridesharing  partner will donate $10 to A Sound Life charity for every person that takes their first ride using the code  ‘ASLYOGA’ between now and July 30th

....and what's more the trip is FREE up to $25!!

Download the UBER app on your phone now and take your first ride free! 


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