The Sound of Your Practice
with Robyn Love
Sat. April 16, 6-8pm
Chanting is one of yoga’s most powerful tools. Using sound as part of a yoga practice can help to develop breath capacity and inform your experience in subtle ways. Learn the basics of melody, pronunciation and how to incorporate chanting into āsana practice. No experience is necessary. Just bring your enthusiasm. You will be amazed at the beauty and power chanting can bring to your life.
Open to all levels (no prior yoga experience is necessary.)
Robyn Love came to yoga a little reluctantly – both curious and suspicious about this tradition that has been imported to the West. When her two children were under the age of two, she took her first class as a way of getting an hour of alone time. Thus, after a long courtship, it was love at first sight. Robyn completed her 200-hr teacher training with Guta Hedewig of the New York Yoga School in the Desikachar tradition in 2009. She completed an additional 375 hours of training with Guta in 2013. She is currently enrolled in the three-year YATNA yoga therapy certification program under the guidance of Chase Bossart, Dolphi Wertenbaker and Amy Wheeler. She teaches with Liberation Prison Yoga at the Manhattan Detention Complex in the transgender unit and she is a jukai student in the Mountains and Rivers Order of Zen Buddhism.