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Experience the union of mind, body and spirit with the blending together of three ancient sciences and spiritual art forms – yoga, sound healing and aromatherapy.
During this one-of-a-kind soul soothing experience, Kim Wolff and Alessandra Montana will work in synchronicity using transformational tools to restore a natural state of calm and peace to all layers of the whole being.
Guiding students through a yoga session designed to unwind the nervous system and deeply relax the body, Kim will utilize a combination of restorative and yin postures, breath work, aromatherapy and hands-on healing adjustments drawn from the Thai yoga massage therapy tradition to assist with the withdrawal of the senses and opening of energetic pathways, so that the benefits of the sound healing can be fully received and integrated.
Alessandra will use gongs, crystal and Tibetan bowls, quartz pyramid and other instruments to fill the physical space of the studio, allowing the sound vibrations to penetrate through to the subtle energy bodies. Throughout the workshop, each student will receive an individual sound treatment designed to re-balance the brain and heal the body on a cellular level.
You’ll come away feeling a profound sense of lightness of being and total tranquility that will last long after the workshop has ended. $45 exchange. Space is very limited. Advance registration is highly recommended. All levels welcome!
Kim Wolff is the Founder of Chrysalis Yoga Retreats. She’ll be co-leading this workshop with Alessandra. To read her bio, click here.
Alessandra Montana is a Yoga Teacher and Sound Therapist whose practice and teachings are rooted in the Mayan philosophy of In Lak’ech Ala K’in, or The Code of the Heart. Fusing her passions, she leads her students on a journey of remembrance of the Self. Alessandra is based in Tulum, Mexico, where she offers weekly classes in yoga and sound, as well private sound sessions. She works internationally, regularly traveling between the US, Europe and Mexico. Her work has been mentioned in Yoga Journal USA, 60 Minutes France, The New York Times and Italian Vogue. Learn more at AlessandraMontana.com