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Yin Yoga and Sound Bath

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This is event is led by the famous Adrienne Isbell.

Choose your date, time, and location above. You will receive access instructions available for download immediately upon checkout and via email and/or text message before the event.

Unwind from the demands of business life.

Elevate your well-being and find balance in a serene atmosphere. Reserve your spot now for a harmonious blend of relaxation and self-care.

Join us on May 29th at 6:30 pm for a rejuvenating Yin Yoga and Sound Bath experience tailored for professionals like you.

Yin yoga is the opposite yang, which is energy, heat, stimulation, etc.

Yin is about rest, cooling the system, and coming inward, and bringing your nervous system back to your baseline.

Yin is not about stretching your muscles or flexibility; it is about fascia, ligaments, tendons, and joining tissues in the body.

You do not need to be flexible or be “into yoga” to enjoy this class.

Our emotions, stress, and life's events are stored in the body, whether we realize it or not. This practice can gently release some of this, and reset your nervous system to a calm state.

The soundbath played throughout with crystal singing bowls will bring your body into deep rest, and your mind into a THETA brain wave state (which is just above REM sleep.)

There are also chimes, handpans, Native American flutes, and an ocean drum. Alchemy for the body and soul.


In-person or via live stream. Location will be shared with you after you reserve your seat. Look for the Event Instructions document available for download immediately after you complete checkout.

What to expect:

  • 90 min total
  • 60 minutes of yoga, remaining time for soundbath.
  • Lying on the floor, shifting through 5-7 poses, relaxing in them for 3-5 min per side. Soundbowls playing through out as well as other instruments. Chilling out.
  • You will have an opportunity to stay to enjoy tea and network after the soundbath if you choose. Obviously this is not available if you are joining the event from the comfort of your own home.

What to wear:

  • Comfortable warm stretchy clothes.

What to bring:

  • water
  • 2 blankets
  • 1 pillow
  • yoga mat
  • yoga blocks (optional)
  • eye mask (optional)

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