Nada Yoga I The Yoga of Sound
Updated: Feb 15
Exploring the heart and throat areas with Nada Yoga and specific asana flows for grounding, opening and calming.
We will work with breath, exploring the potential of sound, voice and vibration within the body and its energy fields. We will work with asanas, chakra toning and mantra. This workshop will be a chance to open to your voices potential, to deepen your yoga practice and to align more with your higher self.
This is a 'taster' workshop to give you a feel for this style of yoga and how it works in a holistic way to deepen your yoga practice. Using physical, perceptual and somatic explorations to open the voice and the energy centres of the body. We will work with bija seed sounds, tonal range, breath and resonance; assisting awareness of the ‘whole’ body.
When - Saturday, 17th April
Time - 11am - 12.30pm
Where - Kanuka Yoga Space
With - Sascha Perfect
Exchange - $30 per person
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Who's It For?
Ideal for curious yoga enthusiasts, semi-to-well experienced yoga practitioners, somatic body practitioners or yoga teacher trainees. This workshop could also appeal to singers and performers who are wanting to work with embodiment, presence and authenticity in their craft. The poses and flows will be simple and easy to follow.
Nāda yoga and chanting Sanskrit mantra, in particular, stimulates the meridians of the tongue which helps to strengthen the immune and neurological systems and helps balance the energy centres of the body. Over time, practicing Nāda yoga will allow a deeper awareness of the body, calms the mind and connect you to your higher consciousness.
About Your Teacher
Sascha Perfect - RYT 200
Sascha is a Wellington based producer, performance artist and Yogi. She has spent time in Ireland, Poland, Netherlands and Serbia. She has her 200hrs teaching training from Hot Yoga Wellington and is currently studying for her RYVT 250hrs with YogaVoice.
Her yoga journey began in Ireland with Tanya Fitzpatrick and she has trained with voice and somatic practitioners in Europe including Tadashi Endo, Enrique Pardo, Anne Marie Blink and traditional Vedic chanting with Menaka Desikachar.
She has created several Dance Theatre productions and films and performed at various theatres and festivals internationally. She studied Fine Arts in Auckland and Dublin and Performance Research and Training in Novi Sad, Amsterdam and Wroclaw.
“This workshop left me buzzing. I felt more aligned and calm afterwards. I would highly recommend to anyone looking to deepen their yoga practice.”
We look forward to sharing space with you this April.
Thanks for practicing with us.
Kanuka Yoga Space