Sacred Sound Yoga Offering Women’s Wellness
Rosie Rain, owner of Sacred Sound Yoga, is now offering women’s wellness in all yoga classes, which provide many exercises and meditations specifically designed for women’s health. Women’s classes include the Beautiful Body Yoga Workout, designed for women’s optimal health and balance, from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. every Saturday.
Sacred Sound Yoga also offers monthly Goddess Gatherings from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on the first Friday of each month. The evening includes yoga and meditation for women’s health and beauty, kirtan (chanting) and sound healing, followed by herbal tea served by Rain. Participants can enjoy a night of uplifting conversation with a spiritual community of women dedicated to health and healing. Rain also incorporates sound healing and original music into all of her classes.
“Women are very delicately balanced and require consistent maintenance to stay healthy, including daily exercise and time to relax each day,” Rain says. “Yoga takes care of both of these requirements and also reduces stress; balances the glands and hormones; strengthens the physical body, immune system and heart; and detoxifies the body and mind. Yoga is believed to help prevent breast cancer and keep disease at bay by keeping the lymphatic system healthy. Yoga is fun, brings inner peace and joy, and puts you in tune with yourself.”
Cost: Beautiful Body $20. Goddess Gathering, $25; pre-registration is required. Location: 3805 N. Oakland Ave., Shorewood. For information about other classes and schedules, visit SacredSoundYoga.org.
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