chanting for inner balance
Much of the spiritual journey lies within. However, traveling inward to meet the divinity of the soul has become increasingly difficult in this modern age of multi-tasking and fast paced gadgets. Thankfully, there are ancient techniques available that can help calm the nervous system of the body and slow down the inner chatter of the mind so one can make contact with the inner world of the soul.
Chant is an ancient tool used across cultures to calm the mind and attune the body to a more supportive and harmonious vibrational frequency. Sanskrit, the mother tongue of Greek and Latin, has survived over 8,000 years because it is so adept at positively influencing the energetic pathways of the body. No prior singing or chant experience is required. Chants are taught call and response in the ancient way with words and translations provided. Persons of all faiths and beliefs are welcomed in celebrating nature's universal principles and archetypes through community and song.
Class will end with 10 minutes of breath meditation to help you absorb the fruits of your vibrational journey.
Each session is $17 (or use your drop-in class pass)
|March 30||Friday||7:30 - 8:45 pm||Julia||$17 Register|
|April 13||Friday||7:30 - 8:45 pm||Julia||$17 Register|
|April 27||Friday||7:30 - 8:45 pm||Julia||$17 Register|
About the Instructor: Julia Fay is a certified yoga instructor through Whole Life Yoga's teacher
training program at the 500-hour level, and has been teaching yoga since 2006. She has studied chant with Gina
Salá and Sanskrit with Kathryn Payne. Julia finds Viniyoga to be the perfect companion to her own
personal chant and meditation practice, allowing one to find a deep level of attunement and connection. She is
honored to share her love of chant and spiritual exploration with others and welcomes people of all backgrounds
in finding their own connection to Source and the stillness within.
For additional information or to register, contact Tracy at Whole Life Yoga: phone 206-784-2882, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org