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Sunday, April 2 • 08:00 - 09:45
Yin Yoga Sound Journey, Kaya Slater; Dave Massie

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Join us for a unique combination of Yin Yoga, a (slow deep yoga) , and powerful live music and deeply transformative sounds made from numerous healing instruments, and in particular the captivating and hypnotic sounds of the steel pan/ hand pan. 
The handpan is a unique and magical instrument that infuses aspects of a harp and steel pan with a percussive vibe to produce a very beautiful, relaxing, meditative and resonance.  These singing steel creations are truly captivating and the sounds created lull you into deep space of inner awareness and profound connection with self. 
Yin yoga takes place at a slow pace, with postures and asanas often lasting for five minutes or longer. It is a highly meditative form of yoga, with many physical and mental benefits. Although still a relatively uncommon form of yoga in the west, Yin yoga has become increasingly popular in recent years.
The concept of Yin yoga has been around for thousands of years. Holding yoga poses for a significant amount of time has always been crucial to yoga practice, both in the Hatha and Taoist traditions. Some teachers have suggested that Yin yoga is actually the oldest form of Hatha yoga, pointing out the fact that they are both effective methods of prolonged meditation that aid in physical. The healing affects of Yin Yoga are completely transformational and profound.
 Additional healing sounds will come from a range of drums, Crystal Bowls, cymbals , shakers, amongst other awesome instruments within Dave's collection.

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Dave Massie

Based in Melbourne Dave Massie's passion for sound healing, vibration and frequencie is something he loves to share through many instruments and energy levels. Combining together a collection of Handpans, Gongs, Crystal bowls, Tibetan bowls, chimes, and many more ..with The Handpan... Read More →
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Kaya Slater

Yin Yoga Sound Journey
Kaya's love for mantra sound and transformational yoga on all levels continues to deepen and grow -after meeting Dave Massie on Bhakti Camp in India over a year ago  , Dave and Kaya  have been working/playing together In Bhakti, Naad Yoga and in asana ever since , weaving their... Read More →

Sunday April 2, 2017 08:00 - 09:45 AEST
*Drill Hall 2 Jubilee Ave, Mullumbimby NSW 2482