About Us

The equation between happy employees and a productive business is a simple one. Happy employees = Happy Clients = Happy Business. The happier your employees, the higher the profits and better the productivity. At Mousai, our mission is equally simple: To harness music and movement to help both individuals and teams gradually and steadily achieve their finest potential. In the process, they learn how to manage stress, shed inhibitions, build self expression and achieve inner peace. In short, individuals in sync with themselves are in sync with their team members and the work place- which is great for business!



The use of vibrational sound is a time tested modality to build self awareness and achieve peace of mind. The energy of sound works like medicine on multiple levels with a singular purpose: the productivity that comes through positivity. Our holistic sessions include supporting slides, short films and lots of interactive exercises such as:

  • Tibetan bowl Sound meditation
  • Voicing for self healing
  • Individual and partner movements through dance
  • Chakra and energy toning
  • Positive affirmation and mantras for self-growth
  • Self Expression through music and movement

Our Vision

To leverage peace and positivity using sound, music and movement as tools to transform potential to performance and productivity for both individuals and teams.



Our Mission

To Enable individuals and teams To Evolve gradually and steadily in a manner that uses sound, music and movement to Effectively allow them to Express themselves to the Extent of their highest creative and cognitive selves with Ease of spirit and Ease of process thereby achieving Excellence personally and professionally.


Our Core Values

  • Dance together, build together, achieve together
  • Promote wellness, both mental and physical, with music, without medication.
  • To make a change, be the change.
  • People are meant to help people
  • Good, better and best all come when you relax and rest.

Our Methods and Benefits

  • Neuroscience research has proved time and again that dance helps in our cognition, memory and healing. When we move to music, our brain releases feel - good chemicals that permeates our body. This positively increases joy, stabilizes stress and stimulates our nerves as well as our limbic systems (also referred to as the emotional brain).
  • The human brain has an amazing capacity to change throughout one's life. This neural or brain plasticity is immensely helped by dance as it engages the brain on multiple levels. Physical movements trigger neurons in the brain; when we try a new step or new movement in dance, a fresh neural pathway is created -- the brain neurons are finding new ways to connect with each other which makes us feel new things.
  • Music incorporates both organizational and emotional components making it a profoundly whole brain experience. The organizational aspect of music , develops the sequential parts of brain processing as well as the parts of the brain responsible for refined, repetitive movements (such as writing).
  • The interplay of music, motion, and emotion can also be seen working on the broader social level. “Music allows us to move to a beat as a group, creating a shared emotional experience . This can really be socially powerful,” says expert Jayachandran Palazhy, the artistic director of Attakalari Centre for Movement Arts.

Employee happiness has increasingly become an imperative in business. Why? There is now growing evidence that when one's employees are happy, organizations thrive.

  • Studies have found that happy employees are up to 20% more productive than unhappy employees. Happiness on sales people has an even greater impact, raising sales by 37%. [Source: Forbes]
  • Happy employees are also good news for organizations: The stock prices of Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work for" rose 14% per year from 1998 to 2005, while companies not on the list only reported a 6% increase. [Source: Forbes]
  • Shawn Achor, author of the famous book The Happiness Advantage, comments on his analysis of over 200 scientific studies on happiness: “ [Happy employees] have higher levels of productivity, produce higher sales, perform better in leadership positions, and receive higher performance ratings and higher pay. They also enjoy more job security and are less likely to take sick days, to quit, or become burned out. Happy CEO’s are more likely to lead teams of employees who are both happy and healthy, and who find their work climate conducive to high performance”

Elaborating on the Evidence

  • According to Vicki Banks, Biltmore’s director of benefits and compensation, “Employees who participate in our wellness programs do not leave.” Nelnet, an education finance firm, asks departing employees in exit interviews what they will miss most. The number one answer: the wellness program.
  • A study by Towers Watson and the National Business Group on Health shows that organizations with highly effective wellness programs report significantly lower voluntary attrition than do those whose programs have low effectiveness (9% vs. 15%).
  • Most analyses of workplace wellness programs focus on hard-dollar returns: money invested versus money saved. Often overlooked is the potential to strengthen an organization’s culture and to build employee pride, trust, and commitment. The inherent nature of workplace wellness—a partnership between employee and employer—requires trust. Because personal health is such an intimate issue, investment in wellness can, when executed appropriately, create deep bonds.
  • promoting a healthy work environment know that meditation rooms and healthy foods not only inspire employees to become their best possible selves, they also transmit organizational values and shape corporate culture.
  • Shawn Achor, author of the famous book The Happiness Advantage, comments on his analysis of over 200 scientific studies on happiness: “ [Happy employees] have higher levels of productivity, produce higher sales, perform better in leadership positions, and receive higher performance ratings and higher pay. They also enjoy more job security and are less likely to take sick days, to quit, or become burned out. Happy CEO’s are more likely to lead teams of employees who are both happy and healthy, and who find their work climate conducive to high performance. ”
  • Music and movement are the food of life; also the fuel of an organization.
  • Creates a positive work environment
  • Catalyzes bonding between team members
  • Improves self confidence and self - expression
  • Increases work productivity
  • Increases people enthusiasm & engagement

Meet the Founder

"Music and movement can bring about change, if we change the way we look at music and movement."

This singular motivation unites the multiple roles Pragnya Wakhlu plays as professional musician, sound alchemist and as founder of Mousai. Her passion for working with music and people led her to quit her successful career in I.T.in the U.S. and return to India to delve into research on the healing powers of music & movement. Pragnya founded Mousai India in 2009 after extensive experiments and research on the effects of sound and movement on the body-mind. Since 2009, Mousai has been facilitating transformative sound and movement workshops for AIDs patients, women, children ,schools and corporates .Mousai has been featured in the book “Inspiring Women to start Innovative Enterprises” and on Techstory India.

Pragnya completed her advanced Indian sound healing course under the guidance of Indian sound healer Shruti Poddarwhere she learned about the ancient healing powers of Vedic sound and mantras and their effect on the human body-mind. She completed her Tibetan bowl practitioner certification under the guidance of Russian physicist Vladimir Skaska. She holds a Level 2 Certification from the ‘Training in Power ‘ Academy USA .She is a certified Interplay Trainer(U.S.A) and is a member of the Creative Movement Therapy Association India She completed her advanced sound healers Tibetan bowl practitioner course under the guidance of M.V. Priyank, an exponent of sound healingShe is a Certified Coach from the American Fast Track Coaching Academy , U.S.A

Pragnya Wakhlu

Up, close and personal with Pragnya Wakhlu, the musical mind behind Mousai

Being a former IT professional myself, I have experienced the ups and downs of the corporate world, the accompanying stresses and the pressure to perform; and being a musician, I have experienced the magic of music. I did believe the two could meet. Thus, Mousai started 9 years ago, with the aim to facilitate wellness through sound, music and movement.

Truth be told, it's a time tested method to heal, rejuvenate and enhance productivity. The ancient Greeks used it with considerable success, over time, so did everyone else for a variety of purposes related to human behavior. Most recently too, medical science has linked music and movement to a number of health benefits.

: The name Mousai represents the Greek trinity of goddesses for art, music and dance. Where the Mousai reside, balance and harmony must follow. They are the heralds of all things good. What's more Mousai and music seemed to resonate with each other. Together, they're the perfect fit.

As someone peace-loving yet positive, about myself as well as the need to make a difference through my life's passion-music.

From One – on – One sessions to group workshops, two hour to all day workshops, we have a variety of programs to offer corporates. Our core workshops are: (PS: give the name you have chosen.) Dancing Spirit and Song. Connecting Chakras to Consciousness Reanimate. Spruce up with sound. Though all of them are distinct, they are united by the purpose of encouraging self-expression, restoring balance of body and mind, celebrating life and connecting with one self-as well as others.

Self-knowledge; self-reverence; self control. If you have all three, the world becomes your Oyster, and every relationship a harmonious one.