Sacred Stillness & Sound: Monthly Sound Baths with Restorative Yoga
Second Saturdays, 7:30-9:00pm

Seattle Yoga Arts
1540 15th Ave, Seattle
Pre-registration required; space is limited.

Join Nicole Bratt & Amber West for an extraordinary journey of deep relaxation and healing: a 90-minute Restorative yoga practice accompanied by an immersive crystal bowl sound bath. Come explore the sacred, energetic union of breath, body, mind, and sound during long-held, passive asana.

Restorative yoga, designed to calm your nervous system, creates an environment for you to wholly relax and space for you to be with the shifting landscape of your mind and heart. Among its benefits are improved sleep, digestion, and blood pressure, as well as lower levels of stress, anxiety, and depression. The sound bath creates strong, resonant vibrations that further facilitate rest, healing, and transformation on an even deeper energetic level by allowing the body and mind to release stuck patterns and blocks. The cumulative experience ultimately enhances and harmonizes your overall wellbeing.

No yoga experience is necessary. Dress in layers; bring an eye pillow/mask and socks.
Mats are provided, but you are welcome to bring your own.

Tuition: $30 per session

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Upcoming 2018 dates:

  • May 12
  • June 9
  • [SUMMER BREAK]
  • September 8
  • October 13
  • November 3*
  • December 8

*Please note that in November, this class will be held on the first Saturday, rather than the second.


SPECIAL SAN FRANCISCO CLASS

Gentle & Restorative Yoga with Massage & Aromatherapy
Saturday, August 25, 7:00-9:00 pm

Bend Yoga Studio
1935 Hayes St, San Francisco
Pre-registration required; space is limited.

Move, rest, be. 

Enjoy two luxurious hours of gentle movement, stillness and rest through Restorative yoga, hands-on healing, and aromatherapy. Come share this sweet Saturday evening with me!

Please dress comfortably and bring an eye cover. Plan to arrive 10 minutes before class.

Tuition: $30

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"There’s the space that seems to be out there, like the sky and the ocean and the wind, and there’s the space that seems to be inside. We could let the whole thing mix up. We could let the whole thing just dissolve into each other and into one big space. Practice is about allowing a lot of space. It’s about learning how to connect with that spaciousness that’s inside, and the spaciousness that’s outside. It’s about learning to relax, soften, and open — to connect with the sense that there’s actually a lot of room." ~Pema Chödron

Special Class & Workshop Cancellation Policy: 90% refund up to 5 days prior. After which, no refunds will be given.