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Yin & Sound for the Soul

September 6 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

with Ally Subrahmanyam and Caleb Knox

A restorative experience to re-align and upgrade your system through yin yoga and sound vibration. Chakras are wheels of energy located in the body that when in balance support us in accessing our highest potentials and truest truest. Yin yoga is a style of yoga that nourishes the organs and our connective tissue through long holds with the use of props and many deep breaths. Together we will begin with pranayama, meditation and mantra and then move our way through a yin yoga sequence to gently stimulate each of these 7 centers. The healing sounds of the crystal bowls, buffalo drum, Peruvian shakers and more will accompany our journey towards an extended blissful savasana.

All levels welcome 🙂

Optional: bring an eyepillow or something to lay over the eyes.


Ally

Ally has found yoga to be a space to breathe, a door to the present moment, a close friend that listens, and a reflection of our own current reality. Her classes focus on your inner self awareness, asking you to pause, breathe, feel and then to hold the space for whatever shows up without judgement and with a lot of love. She reminds her students that you can always begin again, as many times as it takes. She believes in rituals that nourish our soft, sweet spirits and nervous systems to encourage self care and deep relaxation.

Ally has over 400 hours of training and is continuing her studies towards her 500 RYT with Janet Stone Yoga. She has a deep love for working with youth and is incredibly grateful to be a yoga & mindfulness educator with Headstand, The Art of Yoga Project, and Niroga to share these practices with incarcerated teens, youth in schools, women in recovery & other rehabilitative facilities.
To learn more about her offerings: http://www.allydevi.com/

Caleb Knox

Caleb is a certified teacher of Ashtanga yoga having focused his training and practice on the powerful flow of rocket yoga and the energetic healing of Kundalini. He applies principles of breath learned from traditional pranayama as well as those used in surfing and Wim Hof breathwork to his asana sequencing with the aim of activating the bandhas to increase overall prana in the body. Caleb’s sound healing focuses on specific tones which resonate at geometric harmony and the traditional uses of percussion to call forth the unblocking of stagnant energy and move towards transcendence.

This course provides 1.5 Elective Contact Hours for YGSF’s 300 Hour Program [1.5 Yoga Alliance®️CEUs].

For more about our 300 Hour Teacher Training CLICK HERE.

YGSF Members receive 10% off the regular price of this workshop. Alumni receive 15% off the regular price of this workshop.

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