Workshops & Events
Welcome to Sacred Sounds Yoga’s 30-Day Challenge!
• Start anytime in April, and continue for 30 consecutive days! It doesn’t have to start at the beginning of the month, but it does have to continue for 30 days.
• There are no make ups for missing days, and no exceptions. You must attend classes for 30 consecutive days at Sacred Sounds Yoga.
• You will need to have a class package to participate. Our monthly unlimited packages make the most financial sense.
• Not valid for Kids, Prenatal, Postnatal or Mysore Ashtanga classes.
Friday, April 27th – Monday, April 30th
The Bleecker Street Ashtanga Program at Sacred Sounds Yoga is proud to host Louise Ellis a second time! Louise is one of the few women ever certified to teach the Ashtanga method by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. Our time with Louise consists of 4 morning Mysore style practices and 3 afternoon Yin and Yoga Nidra practices. There is limited space, and it is expected to go quickly.
Saturday, April 28th at 6:15pm-8:15pm
Unwind, rest, and restore your being with a delicious restorative yoga practice designed to soothe the nervous system, calm the mind, and rejuvenate your body, mind and spirit. Relax in nourishing yoga poses while singing bowls, tuning forks, and other overtone emitting instruments harmonize your subtle body in a powerfully nourishing sound healing experience. Cultivate inner listening and insight through chanting and meditation.
Sunday, May 20th at 1:30pm-4:00pm
Join Gail Grossman for a restorative yoga session that will touch on why this practice is such an important balance to all we do. If you’ve never had the opportunity to lie around on pillows and blankets while holding a yoga pose, you should give this incredible practice a try. Even if you have, then you know how powerful it can be. Using props (blankets, straps, blocks and pillows) to hold you in comfortable poses, Restorative Yoga will achieve many of the same benefits as a more active class without having to work as hard. Leaving with a feeling of renewed energy, restorative yoga is a great compliment to the more active practices in our lives, whether it be yoga or other physical activity.