Led By Rebecca Bayes & Nico Heart
Enjoy the bliss of syncing your own inner rhythm with music. Time will
be spent in meditation to tune in to your own vibration and then guided to listening to
a drum beat with the intention to join in with whatever instrument your heart desires. Drums will set the beat and tempo for others to join in through sound or dance. Bring your own instruments or borrow one. Beginners welcomed and encouraged.
$10 at the door
Drum circle date to be determined.
Leah is a gentle spirit who began her yoga journey back in 2009, in search of alternative healing for asthma she had since adolescence and anxiety she developed as a teenager. Since incorporating yoga into her life, Leah has developed a passion for not only healing herself in immense ways but teaching others the path of self-healing along her journey. Native to Detroit, she is a Natural Networker who loves to explore deeper connections with nature and continues to grow as a Medicine Woman with her deep interest in Ceremonial Herbs and Earth Medicines.
Leah specializes in Restorative and Foundational Yoga for beginners and intermediate students. She is recognized for her smooth voice, calming demeanor and attentive nature. Leah has trained in various styles of yoga including Hatha, Yin, Kriya, Pranayama, and Meditation. In her classes, she focuses on connecting with the breath, the body, mind and spirit - with divine intention.
200hr - RYT West End Yoga, Canton MI
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Erin Allen is an artist and world adventurer, always bringing her experiences back to the mat to engage, impact and transform. She has studied and practiced yoga from Southeast Michigan to Karnataka, India completing 500 hours of yoga teacher training. An experienced public health professional and audio media artist, Erin brings a wellness approach to her teaching and speaks uniquely and directly to the body and mind. Erin was born and raised in Detroit, where she currently lives and plays. When away from LCD Hot, she works with local media organizations in broadcasting and communications and dances her heart out at music festivals. You can follow her on Instagram and Facebook @YogaLoveSupreme.
Zara (Durga Devi) began her yoga journey about 10 years ago. Her practice has helped her to deepen her self-knowledge and find a place of internal steadiness that helps her to navigate life with a sense of joy. She is excited to share the teachings she has learned with others in classes that are relaxing and refreshing.
She studied at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Ranch in Woodbourne, NY where she completed her 200 hour teacher training course. Zara is also a certified adaptive yoga instructor and teaches classes to people with MS and Parkinson’s Disease. She believes that the more we grow within, the better we can serve others. Zara is also a mom and musician.
Yoga found Aaron Shell at a young age. Often he would find himself mimicking yogi’s he saw on Ripley’s Believe it or Not. Years later he found himself a student of Johnny Kest at the Center for Yoga, in Birmingham Michigan. Ever since Aaron has sought to share this gift of yoga.
As Shell looks back he can see where yoga has allowed him to become the best healer, teacher, and individual that he can be. And today Aaron Shell vows to share this ancient practice of self-awareness and unification one individual at a time.
Mineya was introduced to yoga several years ago but began her spiritual yoga journey in 2018. With her soft voice she invites her students to take time for themselves exploring gentleness in the subtle body. Mineya completed her RYT 200 hr at Samastah. She uses what she learned to guide her students to realizing their own perfection and potential.