SPA Concert Class with GIRISH

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Dates
Thursday 10/21/2021 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm
Pricing
$25.00 SPA Concert Class with GIRISH


SPA Yoga Restorative Class with LIVE Music with Girish

Experience the magic of live music - powerful Sanskrit chants set to modern melodies - while in a SPA yoga Setting with Betty Riaz . Let go and let your yoga flow through the beats and rhythms of Girish's soul stirring tunes. Class ends with a Sanskrit lullaby during savasana.  This is a truly magical and incredible musical and yoga experience that allows you to go deeper into your practice and your body.

ALL LEVELS . MAX 20 people





Betty Riaz

Betty Riaz believes that life’s imperfections are a catalyst for change, and that by seeking out and embracing the beauty of everyday chaos, we can challenge our mindfulness practices on and off the mat.

Since 2009, when she transformed from fashionista to “yogaista” and co-founded Stil Studio in greater Boston, Betty has been on a mission to change her perception of the world and help others reach their greatest potential inside and out. Her interest and trainings in mindfulness practices and Thai yoga assisting led Betty to create the super-luscious SPA class style. A candlelit room, luscious hands-on assists and Betty’s soothing voice cuing floor-based, chakra-opening sequences allow her students to feel pampered, refreshed and restored. SPA yoga trainings and workshops have been spreading bliss throughout the New England area.

Betty holds an E-RYT 200 certification and is also 500-RYT in Fluid Yoga. She is a Lululemon Ambassador, holds workshops and retreats around the US and Mexico, and is grateful to all the bodhisattvas who have entered her life with the mission to transform. You can find Betty hanging out or hanging upside down at Stil Studio any time.

Girish Cudrun

Girish is an eclectic artist with roots in jazz, world, and sacred music. His musical talents find expression in a wide array of instruments – including tablas, world percussion, guitar, harmonium, and voice.

For as long as he can remember, Girish has created rhythm to accompany life. When he was eight years old, his parents gave him a little red snare drum as a bargaining tool to stop him from banging on everything else in the house. 

Drumming has always been instinctual to Girish, flowing freely from his fingers and knowing no musical bounds. In his teens, he started experimenting with pop, rock, jazz and orchestral music. His first experience of music as sacred art came in college, playing with jazz bands. "During improvisational sessions," he recalls, "there were these unexplainable moments of synchronicity and intuition that felt like magic." 

These moments came just as Girish was feeling pulled toward a sacred life. A college philosophy class inspired him to explore spirituality through Kundalini yoga, meditation, and the study of Eastern scriptures. By the time of his college graduation, Girish was so deep into these practices that he decided to move into an ashram in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Thus began an unexpected journey-a seeming detour that inadvertently nourished his musical artistry.