Alchemy of Yoga and Sound
Sunday, November 4, 2012, 2:00 – 5:00 pm
This afternoon’s workshop will be a moving meditation practice weaving seamlessly together chanting, gentle yoga, meditation and contemplations. These mindful practices support us to enter the stream of inner tranquility. From that deeper sensing within, we resonate in harmony with our spiritual self and appreciate even more this amazing experience of life. Jennifer & Barbara invite you to join them on this afternoon retreat.
Early Registration of $40 by October 15th
Payable to Barbara Voinar@ 4th Street Yoga
Jennifer Berezan is a unique blend of singer/songwriter, producer, and activist. Over the course of ten albums, she has developed and explored recurring themes with a rare wisdom. Her lifelong involvement in environmental, women’s, and other justice movements as well as an interest in Buddhism and earth-based spirituality are at the heart of her writing. Jennifer is not your typical singer/songwriter and her work continues to expand artistic boundaries, blurring the distinctions between musical styles, politics, and spirituality.
Barbara Voinar, ERYT 500 has studied widely in diverse yoga lineages. Her teaching style is infused with the influences of Siddha, Iyengar, Anusara yoga and Tibetan Buddhism. Through her love of chanting and meditation she has collaborated in teaching with many gifted and respected teachers. Decades after her first exposure to yoga, Barbara continues to discover the radically simple practice of being open and alert. The yoga can take many outward shapes, but the inside shape is always the same – the experience of peace and inner well-being.
ALCHEMY OF YOGA & SOUND
With Jennifer Berezan & Barbara Voinar
Saturday, December 10th, 2:00-5:00 pm
In the midst of the most celebrated time of year, Chanukah and Christmas holidays, here is the opportunity to be nourished with the practices you love. Collaboratively mining the treasures of gentle yoga, chanting and meditation, Barbara and Jennifer create the opportunity for you to step out of the busy-ness of time and return to the timeless rhythms of your being through these centering practices. 3 hours goes by in the blink of an eye as you find yourself more soothed, rested, and whole.