Frances Narayani Baker is a facilitator, teacher, singer and writer. She is known for her powerful devotional singing and for facilitating voicework that encourages our highest expression. Her work focuses on supporting people to bring freedom to their singing voices, irrespective of talent or skill, allowing it to become a tool of authentic expression. The voice, for everyone, can be used as a powerful tool for self discovery and transformation, enabling us to bring awareness to our true emotions and connect to the wholeness of our being.
Frances’s journey began as a yoga teacher, teaching in London for many years. During this same time she discovered the practice of Kirtan and subsequently her voice. Until then she had always believed she could not sing. This discovery had such a profound and transformative affect on her that she began to lead Kirtan and voice workshops which took her to many countries around the world. After the birth of her son in 2018, Frances’ focus turned more towards home. She now offers one to one sessions online or in person and workshops and personal retreats locally where she lives in Órgiva, Spain.
Frances studied voice work with Chloe Goodchild and the Naked Voice and has learnt yoga and trained as a teacher in the lineage of Krishnamacharya and the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres. She is also greatly influenced by the work of Kim Rosen (Saved by a Poem).