Yoga Webinar | Lincoln Heights YAC: (Sp '22)Yin Yoga + Sound Bath Workshop #1

15 May 2022 3:30 AM 1 hour

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Lincoln Heights Youth Arts Center (DCA)

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This is a FREE WEBINAR on Yoga

Schedule : May 15th 2022 Time: 3:30 am IST

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Lincoln Heights Youth Arts Center (DCA)


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Workshop #1: Yin Yoga + Sound Bath on Saturday, May 14 at 3 pm

Renew, relax, and restore with our special 3-part Yoga + Sound Bath workshop series this spring. Yin yoga is a quiet contemplative practice where you hold poses to work deeply into your body with passive, longer-held poses.

We are offering a different gentle yoga practice for each workshop. You are welcome to take all three or choose one that works best for you. Each workshop will feature 40 minutes of gentle yoga movement poses, followed by a 20-minute soothing Sound Bath of healing tones made with gongs, chimes, and crystal singing bowls to help you reach deep states of relaxation and meditation. You will leave feeling "re-tuned," with a sense of restored balance in your body, mind, and spirit.

“Sound is the language of creation.” ~ from The Hindu Vedas

The Restorative Yoga + Sound Bath workshop series is taught by Ms. Araceli with Yoga@, LHYAC’s Mental Health and Wellness partner in residence.

We will meet on DCA's Instagram Live @dca.LHYAC for three consecutive Saturdays from 3 pm - 4 pm on: (registration is offered for each individual workshop separately)

  1. May 14, 2022: Yin Yoga + Sound Bath (current listing)
  2. May 21, 2022: Chair Yoga + Sound Bath
  3. May 28, 2022: Restorative Yoga + Sound Bath

All you'll need to participate is a computer, laptop, smartphone or other device with internet connection, access to an Instagram account, a quiet space, yoga mat or towel, blanket, a few pillows, water, and an open heart.

What is a Sound Bath?

Science has confirmed that sound can directly affect mood, brain waves, the nervous system, and body chemistry. The vibrations of singing bowls and other instruments stimulate the body to help produce the alpha waves that are present in the brain in deep relaxation. The idea that sound affects the health of the mind and body is not new. Chanting and mantras have been part of Hindu, Buddhist, Shinto, Taoist, and Indigenous people's spirituality along with the healing power of yoga, Tai Chi, martial arts, and indigenous medicine ways for thousands of years.

Grab your water and see you on IG! Tell your friends and family! We look forward to sharing some relaxation and gentle movement with you.