Workshops & Events
Welcome to Sacred Sounds Yoga’s 30-Day Challenge!
• Start anytime in October, 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.
Saturday, October 20th at 7:00pm-9:00pm
Join us for an exquisitely relaxing sound bath designed especially for Fall with restorative yoga poses to deeply nourish and ground your body and quiet your busy mind. Unwind and completely relax while singing bowls, tuning forks, and other overtone emitting instruments harmonize your energy body in a powerfully nourishing sound healing experience. Cultivate inner listening and insight through chanting and sound meditation.
Saturday, October 27th at 6:15pm-7:30pm
Join us for a joyous, meditative evening of chanting! Ancient in it’s origin, this simple call and response chanting practice is fun and transports you effortlessly into a blissful state of being. Through singing together we cultivate a connection with each other that nourishes and transforms us. These ancient chants, sung in Sanskrit, renew our beings as we touch into the divinity that resides in each of us through the power of sacred vibration. Kirtan is a traditional Indian practice of Bhakti Yoga, the yoga of devotion, which cultivates the blissful flow of love and awaken consciousness.
Sunday, October 28th at 2:00pm-4:00pm
If you are looking to build strength and confidence in your inversion practice–whether it’s learning the basics of Sirsasana (headstand), Adho Mukha Vrksasana (handstand) or Pincha Mayurasana (forearm balance)–either against the wall or in the center of the room, join us. Rejuvenate the mind and body while learning the fundamentals of inversions!
Saturday, November 10th – Monday, November 12th at 9:00am-6:30am
Invite health and well being into your life! Immerse yourself in the practices of Ayurveda, and learn simple and practical ways to be your most vibrant and radiant self. Join Leigh Evans and nourish your body and mind with yoga poses, ayurvedic practices, and lifestyle tips to bring balance to your being and life.
Saturday, November 10th at 7:30pm-9:00pm
Jimmy Reed and Jackie Stewart Reed offer sound meditations to relax and nurture the innate mind-body connection as a modality to transform consciousness and improve well-being. Through attentive listening, participants are guided through a journey beyond the discursive thinking mind and into a clear state of PRESENCE. When daily thoughts are no longer a distraction, the residue that is left by busyness and stress is cleansed. This meditation is an invitation back to BEING and CREATIVITY. Come to relax and let go.
Sunday, November 18th at 2:00pm-4:00pm
Reclaim your inner strength and confidence by balancing the Manipura Chakra, our third major energy center in the body. Manipura chakra is our fire center and governs our strength, courage, passions, and determination. When Manipura is under active, it can be difficult for us to get going or have the drive to move forward in life. We may feel lethargic or feel lost without a purpose. Manipura is the fire that lights the way in our path. If over active however, we may become easily agitated or anxious and feel it is difficult to relax and unwind, or even fall asleep at night. When Manipura is balanced, we have just the right amount of fire to fuel our passions into a healthy lifestyle. It is the solar energy within us that allows our best qualities–and the other chakras–to shine brightly. A harmonious Manipura chakra provides us with the energy and determination to take action, effectively face our challenges and obstacles, and achieve our goals.
Saturday, December 8th – Sunday, December 16th at 9:00am-6:30pm
Have you ever thought of yoga in terms of yin and yang? Whether it’s yoga, or anything and everything else in life, our body, mind and soul are constantly in play of balance. In this teacher training, you will learn how to introduce and incorporate more quieting, grounding, meditative “yin” aspects of yoga to your own practice as well as in your teachings. Most of us expose ourselves to so many “yang” activities, such as work, play and even yoga. We are in a constant state of a stimulating sympathetic nervous system, ie. “fight or flight” response. As the name “hatha yoga” implies, we all need the balance and unification of sun (ha = sun or yang) and moon (tha = moon or yin) energies.
Sunday, December 16th at 2:00pm-4:00pm
Open your heart and truly love by balancing the Anahata Chakra, our fourth major energy center in the body. Anahata chakra is our heart center and governs our ability to love and receive love. This practice will help us to invite self acceptance, compassion, and balance into our lives. By balancing Anahata chakra, we can learn to truly love and appreciate ourself and connect to the true self, what the yogis call the Atma, wherein lies our true nature – infinite bliss and unconditional love. A harmonious Anahata chakra helps us to find our purpose in life and leaves us with a deep sense of inner peace and joy.