Sat Oct 5, 2019
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
with Benjamin Bollich and Jay Suttonbrown
Self Care: Restorative Yogic Practices and Gong Meditation
Ease into Fall with cultivated ease, softness and self-care. Utilizing the yogic technologies of Kundalini Meditation, Restorative Yoga, and Entrainment (Gong and Tibetan Bowl Meditation) you will deeply nourish, reset and restore your body, mind and spirit.
You will enjoy:
A quiet calming Restorative Yoga practice and gentle Kundalini Meditations with Jay Suttonbrown, ERYT-500.
A Meditation Sound Bath with Gong and Tibetan Bowls, featuring the amazing Benjamin Bollich.
The experience of deep rest and vibration rekindle your inner power, and resilience. Explore deep peaceful centres with yogic technology.
A wonderful expression of self-care as we move into spring.
Jay Suttonbrown – For over a decade, Jay Suttonbrown, ERYT-500 has been a Yoga Teacher, Studio Owner and Yoga Teacher Trainer in beautiful British Columbia. She shares Kundalini Yoga (the yoga of action), Hatha, Yin and Restorative Practices. She is the Founder of Manipura Yoga College and loves training Yoga Teachers to share their vision with the world. “A human life is made up of choices. The practice is mindfully connecting to those choices. Yoga is a set of powerful technologies that support our journey to mindful connection, each day, each moment, and each breath
Benjamin Bollich – After fourteen years working as an international school teacher and volunteering in various humanitarian projects, my wife and I feel incredibly fortunate to have relocated to BC. While living abroad one of our favourite holiday destinations was Nepal. This magical country is where I was first introduced to a very powerful, mystical and healing instrument, the Tibetan Singing Bowl.
On Meditation: When two frequencies join together another is created through a process called entrainment. As the Tibetan Singing Bowl’s special harmonic frequencies penetrate your bodies sensory systems, entrainment can facilitate deeper states of meditation via alpha and theta waveforms.
On Healing: The harmonics of Tibetan Singing Bowls stimulate the brain’s corpus callosum, which is the bridge between the right and left hemispheres. As the two sides become more synchronized, the release of stress, worry, anxiety, fear and other feelings that have a negative impact on our health enables us to experience more balance, clarity, and productivity. Tibetan Singing Bowls also create strong vibrations that facilitate sensory integration processes. This can be especially helpful for individuals with hyper and hypo sensitive disorders.
Sound vibration affects each individual differently on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. It is clear that Tibetan Singing Bowls facilitate relaxation, which improves meditation practice and your sense of well-being.