Classes, Workshops & Singing Bowls
THURSDAY NIGHT HATHA YOGA
Time: 6 pm – 7 pm
Reconnect body, mind and spirit. Join Katie Carp of Serenity Sounds Yoga for a one hour gentle flow Hatha Vynasa class. Learn breath work and pose alignment then relax into savasana with singing bowls. For beginner to intermediate level. Pose modifications offered. Bring a yoga mat and water bottle.
8 class pass $64
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Tibetan Sound Healing
Sept 14th 11am-12, 1-1:30, 2-2:30
Sept 29th 11am-12, 1-1:30, 2-2:30
Call Its your Journey 419-433-0888
or Katie 440-320-7315 to schedule
Tibetan style sound healing goes deep into the body. The vibrations intertwine with the Chakras on a subtle level balancing and harmonizing. Katie Carp has a level 1 certification from the Maayaa International Healing School. She uses traditionally made hand hammered Tibetan bowls bathing you in the vibrations. A sound healing can be beneficial but it is not a substitute for a Doctor’s care.
$30 for ½ hour
$55 for an hour
$150 for three one hour sessions
Singing Bowl Concert
6:30pm – 7:30pm
Immerse yourself in the vibrations of quartz singing bowls . Historically, singing bowls were used for individual meditation practice and for sacred rituals. When played, the notes float in the air providing a single pointed focus for the mind, opening the way to let go of the thoughts that no longer serve you. Whether you are looking to enhance your meditation or to unwind, join us on June 28th as Katie Carp of Serenity Sounds Yoga plays a tuned set of quartz crystal singing bowl and hand hammered Tibetan bowls. Bring a yoga mat or choose one of the chairs provided and allow yourself to relax as you are enveloped by harmonizing tones.
Restorative Yoga & Singing Bowls
Sept 29th, Oct 27th
3:00pm – 4:30pm
Are you stuck in “Fight, Flight, Freeze” mode? That feeling of constantly being on edge may overly activate the sympathetic nervous system. Restorative yoga can help you drop out of the fight, flight, freeze response and into the rest and digest side of the nervous system called the parasympathetic nervous system. Each restorative pose is set up with the idea of creating the most relaxation possible for the physical body, being fully supported with bolsters and blocks. No stress or strain on the muscles. This allows you to bring your attention to the breath without distraction.
There are many benefits to restorative yoga including:
- Stress reduction
- Helping to relieve pain caused by tension in the muscles,
- Assisting in losing weight by reducing Cortisone levels
In this hour and a half workshop led by Katie Carp you can expect to start with breathwork followed by four completely supported yoga poses with gentle stretching in-between. Accompanied by the harmonizing sounds of tuned crystal singing bowls to help create serenity and balance in mind, body, and spirit.
Limited space please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.