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Honoring the Heart - An experience with Yoga, CBD and Sound

  • Shambhala Yoga & Dance Center 367 St. Marks Avenue Brooklyn United States (map)

Join Brianna and Andre for a restorative afternoon of gentle yoga, Didgeridoo sound blessing, CBD and reflective writing. This workshop is designed to center our intentions and integrate our actions to move with an open heart. Through mindful meditation and movement, restorative yoga, sound and writing, participants will have the opportunity to explore…

be in touch with…

connect with...

move with…

And

Integrate the messages from the heart.

Participants will also have the opportunity to experience the benefits of CBD, a legal non-THC cannabinoid oil derived from the hemp plant, in a supportive environment to integrate its healing properties. Brianna and Andre look forward to sharing heart space with you.

Brianna Taylor is a Brooklyn based yoga teacher, body worker, multidisciplinary movement artist, choreographer, and performer. She brings over 14 years of experience teaching yoga and dance to people of all ages and abilities, 9 years of practicing Thai massage, along with a wealth of experiences facilitating creative performance events, classes and workshops. Her on-going study of various dance styles, tai chi, somatic practices, Thai massage and Reiki inform her yoga practice and teaching, and she blends these sensibilities into an alignment-based vinyasa class, quiet deep stretch and restore, or a creative vinyasa and writing experience. Brianna also holds an MFA in Choreography from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, as well yoga teaching certifications from the Laughing Lotus in San Francisco, and the Eldorado Mountain Yoga Ashram in Colorado, totaling over 500 hours. Brianna’s intention as a teacher is to hold space for her students to find openness and joy in their bodies, and she encourages an environment of listening and nurturing, playfulness and love. www.briannatayloryoga.com

 

Andre Ignacio Dimapilis is a Filipinx-American culture-bearing performance artist, facilitator, and peaceful warrior. My art-making in theatre, music, movement, text, building relationships and rituals are in harmony with the truths that I live as Filipinx-American, a male POC living in these present times working towards social and racial justice. I have been a member of the Indigenous Cultural Dance troupe, Kinding Sindaw (KS), since 2014. KS has rooted me in the power of reclaiming, asserting, and preserving my ancestral traditions and practicing indigenous knowledge within my art-making and daily living. I share spirit and spread love through the didgeridoo, while honoring the cultural origins of the Aboriginal people. Rise up the ancestors!

 

Early Bird til 3/8: $30

After 3/8: $35

Discount to members

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