Sun Jul 8, 2018 - Thu Jul 19, 2018
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Benjamin Bollich and Meghan Gorosh are offering the ultimate in relaxation and meditation by combining YIN YOGA with the healing sounds of the TIBETAN SINGING BOWLS. These practices will be held outside on the beautiful and serene grounds of the Bethlehem Centre.
Yin yoga asks the practitioner to go deeply inward, to experience the self through sensation and breath. Through the stillness of long held, passive asana postures, we target both the deeper connective tissues of the body, and the meridian channels of the subtle energy body.
The meditative nature of Yin yoga is nourished and supported by the special harmonic frequencies of the Tibetan singing bowls and gong, which penetrate your body’s sensory systems to facilitate extra relaxation, improve your meditative state, and your sense of well-being. The special vibration of these instruments entrains your brain from a beta to alpha and theta waveform which facilitate harmony, intuitive insight and a great sense of well-being. Each asana practice will be sixty minutes in length and will finish with an extra long, 30 minute Savasana paired with a Sound Bath meditation.
As this is an outdoor class, please make sure to be prepared for the weather. If there is inclement weather the practice will be moved indoors.
Wednesdays – June 13 – July 18 | Bethlehem Centre | 6:30-8:00 pm | $25 per session
To PURCHASE TICKETS and/or SIGN UP in ADVANCE contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 250.754.3254
***Please bring a mat and any cozy items you may wish to have, and prepare to leave feeling rested, relaxed, and rejuvenated!
***To find out more about Benjamin from Inner-Attainment and Meg Gorosh from Élan Wellness click HERE https://www.facebook.com/innerattainment/ OR https://www.facebook.com/IslandElanWellness/
Meg began her lifelong love affair with yoga eight years ago. The evolutionary and compassionate nature of yoga drew her in and she’s never looked back. Meg has completed over 1000 hours of yoga trainings since 2012, as well as a certification in TRE (tension and trauma releasing exercises) under the study of Jessica Schaffer. With a background in social work, Meg’s approach to yoga comes from a philosophy of empowerment and self-awareness, and believes yoga gives people the opportunity to discover their most authentic, brilliant selves. She takes to heart yoga’s roots in non-competition, non-violence, kindness, and connection. She is constantly inspired by the depth of personal awareness that yoga facilitates, and by the amazing community of teachers and students that surround her. When not in the studio, you will find Meg exploring the incredible variety of activities available on Vancouver Island, whether it’s slacklining at the park, hiking in the woods, or taking in the tranquility of Piper’s lagoon. With a love of physical activity, Meg takes the sweetness of movement and stretch off of the mat and into her life, always on the lookout for the next adventure!
Bookings are closed for this event.