Lunchtime Yoga and Live Music with Bend + Bloom

Date

Fridays, July 8- August 12, 2016

1-2pm

Cost

FREE w/ RSVP

Location

Gallery at BRIC House
647 Fulton Street
(Enter on Rockwell Place)
Brooklyn, NY 11217
United States
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Photo: Abigail B. Clark

 

Transcend your own body with these FREE mixed-level Vinyasa Flow yoga classes, taking place on Fridays from July 8-August 12 from 1-2pm, co-presented by Bend + Bloom Yoga and featuring a different musical accompaniment each week! These are mixed-level classes for beginners to advanced practitioners, but some basic experience with yoga is suggested. Class is for adults and teens only - no children or babies please.

*Please bring your own yoga mat!

**FREE, DROP-IN EVENT. RSVPs BELOW APPRECIATED, BUT DO NOT GUARENTEE A SPOT.


SCHEDULE:

July 8:
YOGA INSTRUCTOR: Karen Shelley
MUSIC: Adam Maalouf (world percussion)
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July 15:
YOGA INSTRUCTOR: Karen Shelley
MUSIC: Cameron Orr (ambient/ electronic cello)
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July 22:
YOGA INSTRUCTOR: Karen Shelley
MUSIC: Rich Stein (percussion) and Kane Mathis (Mandinka Harp and the Turkish Oud)
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July 29:
YOGA INSTRUCTOR: TJ Halliday
MUSIC: Jim Greene (upright bass)
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August 5:
YOGA INSTRUCTOR: Karen Shelley
MUSIC: Adam Maalouf (world percussion)
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August 12:
YOGA INSTRUCTOR: Karen Shelley
MUSIC: Arun Ramamurthy (violin)
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ABOUT KAREN SHELLEY:
"Yoga should feel good but also invite a little fun and a lot of expression into our lives, so I bring all of these elements into the classes I teach. I began practicing vinyasa in 2004 as a way to integrate a healthy balance of movement and stillness into my life and, today, I deliver this balance to students. Having trained under the direction of Schuyler Grant and Nikki Vilella at Kula Yoga Project, I weave energy, fluidity, and play into my teaching. Whether standing on two feet, two hands, or all of the above, I find a sense of grounding in both my practice and my teaching. I offer students an opportunity to find their edge, settle into their body and breath, and safely arrive home within their practice."

 

 

Venue Information:

The 3,000 square-foot Gallery in BRIC House has soaring 18-foot ceilings that permit major exhibitions focusing on emerging and mid-career artists and curators.