New Classes Begin in October at Sacred Sound Yoga
Starting the week of October 15, Sacred Sound Yoga will offer several classes that blend the healing power of yoga with sound. Some of the unique classes designed and offered by Rosie Rain, owner of Sacred Sound Yoga, include Musical Yoga for Children; Prenatal Yoga with Sound Healing; BYOB—Bring Your Own Baby: Musical Mom and Baby Yoga; daily yoga practice classes Tune Up and Express Harmony; and Inner Space Yoga, an inner journey experience of the infinity of the soul while creating space within the physical body for increased energy flow and breath. Rain’s original space music and Venus gong healing accompany this class.
In addition, Rain will share Survivor Yoga with Sound Healing; Healing Yoga for depression and anxiety, trauma, addiction and stress relief; Pranayama and Meditation with Sound Healing; and Musical Kundalini Yoga. Rain is an experienced yoga teacher, Reiki Master Teacher, musician and sound healer.
Location: 3805 N. Oakland Ave., Shorewood. For more information, call 414-403-2053, email RosieYoga@gmail.com or visit SacredSoundYoga.org.
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