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Sramana Yoga Gathering at Fort De Soto, Saturday, October 24th celebrating our 9th anniversary!
Come and join your fellow Sramana Yogis, their guests and family for a very social but safe picnic at the Fort De Soto County Park on Saturday, October 24th from 11AM till sunset. Fort De Soto is located at the southern tip of Pinellas County, 3500 Pinellas Bayway South, Tierra Verde, FL, 33715.
We have secured Shelter 7, which can accept 50 people, but we are limiting our outing to a maximum of 25. The shelter is open air, with 12 picnic tables for seating in the shade and 6 grills. Restrooms and changing facilities are available.
Bring your own picnic meal, cooler and drinks, and enjoy social distancing with your closest yogi friends. Fort De Soto has numerous activities, including kayak rental, trails for walking or biking, swimming beach, a pier and the historic fort itself.
To add a little mystery to our outing we are planning a scavenger hunt starting at high noon! The shelter will be ours for the day (we rented Shelter 7 in the North Beach area) so feel free to stay as late as you want and enjoy the sunset! The park closes 1/2 hour after dusk.
Because of the limit of 25 attendees we do need everyone to pre-register via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), text or call (phone: 727-365-2219). Also, please let me know if you are interested in joining us for a 1 hr paddle adventure in a protected inter-coastal bay before 11am (kayak / canoe / SUP rental available).
Looking very much forward to seeing you there!
PS: Click here for further info of Fort De Soto County Park.
New Year Intention Yoga Ceremony With Live Music
Make space for your New Year’s intentions to flourish by letting go of the past.
Join us Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 2pm
for our Annual New Year Intention Yoga Ceremony with Live Music
90min / $18
Our very own Sramana Yogi, Sarah Fady is accompanying us with the healing sounds of the ancient hammered dulcimer. The hammered dulcimer is a stringed percussion instrument, deriving its name from the Latin and Greek words meaning “sweet sound”. It dates back to the 10th century Middle East. The hammered dulcimer is known throughout the world for it’s uniquely resonant sound, which many people find soothing and healing.
While Daniela Boesshenz of Sramana Yoga is leading through the Reflection & Intention Ceremony and Gentle Yoga Practice (suitable for All Levels and Chair Yoga Students Welcome!).
No pre-registration required.
Sramana Yoga Goes To The Beach
Come join us for Sunset Yoga
at Indian Rocks Beach
APRIL 18, 2019
All levels welcome!
60min / $10
If you are a monthly pass holder this class is included in your monthly.
We will meet at the beach across from Indian Rocks Beach Nature Preserve, located off Gulf Boulevard between 9th and 10th Avenue. Free parking and restrooms are available at the IRB Nature Preserve. Please bring a beach towel.
Please check our website an hour prior to start time for any weather-related changes.
Healing Gong Yoga Experience With Travis Lacey
Saturday, August 5, 2017
2:00PM – 3:30PM
About the Gong and Travis Lacey:
Travis is a self-taught musician who’s been playing for over 22 years. His passion for music and sounds has allowed him to grow into someone that can reach people in times of emotional, physical and spiritual transitions. Travis was introduced to the Gong in 2010 and is sharing it’s healing powers with the Tampa Bay community ever since.
The Gong is one of man’s oldest therapeutic instruments, and is used in yoga, sound meditation, and vibrational therapy since thousands of years. A Gong Bath has many therapeutic benefits, including a soothing effect on the nervous system and is an ideal tool for stress reduction. The Gong creates an ocean of sound that is profoundly relaxing; a sound massage for the body and mind.
Sound Healing Workshop with Alexis Holland
Saturday, December 10th, 2016
2:00PM – 3:30PM
“Music.. Have you ever noticed that it instantly soothes the soul?
Alexis Holland will be joining us with 10 Crystal Bowls, the Handpan, Tuning Forks, and amazing vocal harmonies. Science has recently proven that certain frequencies of sound literally calm the nervous system… These frequencies are carried within the instruments that Alexis will present to you. She will guide you into a restorative position and send you through a meditative journey with Music. Come and join us for something new and exciting, a restorative concert that will remind you of your favorite fairy tales.
Visit her website to find out more information and to listen to her album! Www.HarmoniousHolistics.Org
Saturday, October 8th, 2016
2:00PM – 3:30PM
Cost: $44 – Preregistration is required
Sacred Tea Ceremony is a journey into the Heart. We come together and sit in silence as we connect to the ways of the ancients. Each bowl of tea gently guides us into a meditative softening, an opening to our inner realms. Through this space that Tea creates we are able to listen, to truly hear our Highest Selves. The leaves used in our ceremonies are extremely unique in that they are all organic and come from, wild, old growth trees and plants that are sustainably grown and harvested by farmers who love, respect, and understand the power of this medicine. Living Tea, as it is known in my tradition, has the power to cleanse, purify, ground and heal the Spirit, and when treated as ancient medicine, will guide us to subtle areas within that will be gently healed and processed. Qi is balanced and with each ceremony we are born anew. This practice draws from ancient Taoist shamanistic practices, Zen Buddhism, and traditional Chinese tea ceremony.
Tea found Ashley while she was living abroad in Taiwan in 2014. Ashley had the great fortune of studying with Internationally recognized Tea Master, Wu De, of Global Tea Hut. The practice that has been shared with her has completely changed her life, bringing her to a place of deeper purity, greater connection and powerful inner peace and one that she takes refuge in every single day.
Kundalini Yoga Workshop with Sushila Srinivasan
Take your practice to another level and join us this
Saturday, July 19, 2014
10:00AM – 12:00PM
All levels welcome!
2 hrs / $20
Sushila is born in India, the birthplace of Yoga and we are very excited that she will be sharing her practice with us. Her teaching is grounded in the Vinyasa – Sri Dharma Mittra school of yoga. She also completed a Kundalini Yoga teacher training based on Yogi Bajan and holds a Hatha Yoga teacher certificate from 8 Limbs Yoga in Seattle, WA. She is currently teaching classes at Yoga Moves Me in Saint Petersburg, FL.
I am very proud to announce that we raised a total of $760 for Doctors Without Borders!
Yoga Benefit for the Typhoon Haiyan Victims
NOVEMBER 24, 2013
Do you like to provide relief to the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines?
Please join us this Sunday, 11/24 at 10AM to dedicate your practice to those whose lives have been torn apart by the typhoon.
A $10 minimum donation is suggested, but anything you can spare will be gratefully accepted. Please bring cash or check, and lots of good energy.
All proceeds of our Yoga Benefit will go directly to the Emergency Response Fund of Doctors Without Borders. http://www.doctorswithoutborders.org/
Please share our charity event with friends and family for a great turnout.