- Teacher Training
- Special Events
Saturday, March 17, 7:30pm
(doors open at 7:00pm)
390 Dupont St., Suite 203 (side entrance, north side of Dupont between Spadina and Bathurst)
INVITING IN LIGHT CEREMONY – This is a pivotal year for each and every one of us – for our friends, families, communities… We will offer this ceremony to all Beings Of Light and ask for Light to be poured down through our music and into all our hearts.
Please join us for a magical Music Meditation Ceremony: Shakuhachi, North American flute, Fairy Chimes, Fairy Stick, vocals, Tibetan and Crystal Bowls and Gongs.
Delicious tea will be served. Please come early for tea and stay after the event to chat.
There are mats, blankets, pillows and chairs available at the studio. If you would like to bring extra pillows/blankets to make yourself comfortable please do. You can stretch out and relax completely during this deep, music meditation.
The space is lovely and cozy. We can accommodate a total of 20 participants.
To reserve your space please prepay through paypal or e-transfer: email@example.com
Questions? Don’t use paypal or e-transfer? Please call or text me: 416-833-3564 or e-mail, much thanks.
For directions/questions the night of the event: 416-833-3564
I look forward to seeing you at our event!
Thursday, April 26, 6:15pm
Presentations begin at 6:30pm. RSVP
We offer a uniquely organic approach to yoga practice and teaching. Our programme combines asana, pranayama and meditation with lecture, discussion, and practicum to create a balanced outlook that will enliven all aspects of your teaching and your approach to the body/mind. You are supported, encouraged, and empowered to question and explore, to find your own path and voice.
NB There is a new non-academic option for those not intending to teach. Please enquire.
Meet the faculty. Bring your questions. Everyone welcome! RSVP
For more information contact: Tama Soble, 416 944-0838, firstname.lastname@example.org
The voice is in good health when it is flexible, dynamic, present and precise. Gerry’s enjoyable non-threatening approach introduces a practice that frees the voice, uniting it with the physical body. This work highlights the individual’s distinctive and authentic voice and aligns the body in the process. With practice, participants discover a new power in their physical and vocal presence, and new ability to move and speak with confidence.