-Poch Concepcion, Philippine Daily Inquirer

Lee Grane is an Artist, Singer/Songwriter, Nada Yoga Sound Meditation Teacher, and an advocate for Women's Empowerment, whose love for music sparked the curiosity to learn its healing essence and share it with others.


She has the uncanny ability to tune in to the living breathing element of sound and share its healing resonance with others. Her voice and music evokes an ethereal quality that has the ability to transport and captivate listeners deeply into the world of sound.

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She made her first debut in the mainstream scene as part of the TV singing competition, the Voice of the Philippines, becoming a worldwide twitter-trending topic in 2013. Her debut single “Sana” which was released through Spinnr Music earned her a nomination for “Indie Artist of the Year 2014”. She has been performing around Southeast Asia reaching listeners in Singapore, Malaysia, Viet Nam, and around the festival circuits, Malasimbo Festival & the 2016 & 2017 Bali Spirit Festival in Indonesia.


She has been in the world of music & performing for over 15years as a professional musician, and she continues to share what inspires her heart and Spirit, writing songs that reflect both her inner and outer discoveries. Her music is expansive and spiritual, and encompasses many genres.


She released her all-original debut album, Truth is My Echo in November 2015. The year after, Lee Grane was appointed UNESCO Ambassador to the Youth in 2016, giving voice to raise awareness on current social and environmental issues at youth gatherings, school events and conferences of UNESCO Clubs around the Philippines.

All of these experiences leading to today, where she now also shares her love of music, singing mantras at kirtan events and yoga festivals. "It was the practice of chanting & meditation that drew me to the path of yoga in 2012" - Lee Grane.


Feeling the yearning to experience & learn about the healing aspect of sound, she followed this call and ventured into the study of Nada Yoga, where music is the primary sensory element that brings forth deep states of consciousness and overall well being. She received & completed her training at the Nada Yoga School in the Himalayan Foothills of Rishikesh, India, birthplace of Yoga, studying Indian classical music, Bhajans, Sanskrit mantras and Hatha Yoga under the tutelage of a team of Indian Master Teachers.

Today she bridges both worlds, reaching different communities. She offers Nada Yoga, Sound meditation sessions and leads kirtans and Spirit Songs & Soul Rhythms.

Co-creating conscious gatherings with her partner Francesca Regala, together they weave their visions and offerings of yoga, music, ritual & ceremony.

You can find out more about their yoga offerings at

www.yogasadhanajourneys.org & www.rootsofwisdom.org