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Sound Bath with Megan Sloan at 8 Limbs Yoga
Sep 7, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm| $30
Join Megan each month for an evening of relaxation at her Monthly Sound Baths. These unique events are perfect for anyone looking for an opportunity to relax and unwind.
Curious about what to expect? The evening will open with a meditation to help activate energy centers in the body and allow for a time to set intentions. Students will then be invited into a supported savasana (a reclining position with the support of yoga props), during which Megan will play crystal singing bowls to help bring them into a deeper state of relaxation and healing. This practices uses the power of sound and vibration to help the body and nervous system relax, much like a massage might do, and students often report that following a sound bath they feel clearer, calmer and sometimes report decreases in physical body pain and often a better night’s sleep
The evening will close with a silent meditation to help bring balance to the system after the experience of so much sound and also allow time for personal reflection and exploration.
Space is limited. Please dress comfortably, yoga clothing is not required. Bring your yoga mat or a blanket to rest on. You may also wish to bring your own eye pillow, if you have one. Bolsters and blankets for covering are available in the studio.
- Sound Baths take place on or around the first Friday of the month.
- Please save the date: Sept. 7, Nov. 9, Dec. 7, 2018 and Jan. 4, 2019
- Friday, August 10, 7:00 PM – 8:15 PM
About the Teacher:
Megan Sloan, 500 hr E-RYT, RPYT, has been teaching Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga since 2009. She did her first training with 8 Limbs Yoga Centers as an exploration to deepen her studies as a yoga teacher which then blossomed into a passion for supporting mothers in empowering their experiences of pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood through the tools of yoga. She has since attended many births as a doula and has had the humbling opportunity to witness and support mamas in childbirth in a variety of settings from home births, to birth centers and hospital births. She currently teaches weekly prenatal yoga classes and offers regular Partner Prenatal Yoga Workshops. She also welcomed a daughter in 2017 and outside of the joys of new motherhood she also finds time to continue teaching through her business Be Strong Mama.