New Musical Yoga Studio Opening in Shorewood
Sacred Sound Yoga, a unique musical studio opening in October, will hold yoga classes that include sacred sound healing and beautiful original music played by owner Rosie Rain and her friends. Everyone is invited to join Sacred Sound Yoga’s grand opening blessing party from 10 a.m. to noon, October 13, that includes a prayer circle and sound healing meditation experience for all to enjoy. To continue the celebration, on Sunday October 14, Rain will offer two free yoga classes to the public at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Participants are encouraged to arrive at least 10 minutes early, as space is limited.
Sacred Sound Yoga will have an array of classes for fun, health and healing for all ages, including Tribal Fusion Belly Dance, spiritual fitness classes, prenatal and postnatal yoga, musical yoga for children and teens, and a variety of classes for adults, seniors and people living with specific challenges.
Rain is an experienced registered yoga teacher trained in kundalini yoga, Iyengar-based hatha yoga, prenatal and children’s yoga, and yoga for trauma and addiction. She teaches yoga as a healing art, and as a musician/sound and energy healer, she blends the transformational power of sound as energy into her classes.
Location: 3805 N. Oakland Ave., Shorewood. For more information, call 414-403-2053, email RosieYoga@gmail.com or visit RosieRain.com.
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