This month at the studio

Meditation with Vindra Dass

Take a pause from your busy routine — give yourself the gift of silence. Immerse yourself in an oasis of peace, love, and light.

 

Thursday, July 24th, 8:30pm

GMedPodcastGrafficMeditation can remove stress and replace it with a dose of inner peace. It’s one of the best tools we have to balance our emotions, deal with physical and psychological distress, and promote the peace of the present moment. But it can be tough to meditate without a teacher or guide.

Meditating on your own requires some effort, while guided meditations literally walk you through a meditation and help you find a calm and peaceful state—one step at a time.

 

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Membership and Private Lessons – 50%OFF

It takes lots of courage to walk in to a yoga class and just practice. We want to make it easier for you and introduce you to yoga in more intimate and safe setting. Trough the month of July and August we are offering Private or Semi Private Yoga Sessions in our cozy Studio Space at 360 Jefferson St.

To schedule a class email us at:

meghan.dayayoga@gmail.com     or    anna.dayayoga@gmail.com

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OPENING PARTY Saturday, JULY 12th

DAYA HAS A NEW HOME

Join us for the 

OPENING PARTY on Saturday, JULY 12th

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Free Yoga Classes
by Meghan Conway, Anna Lesniak and Estrella Hallenback

Artwork by Michelle Silver

Live Music by:

Christina Caceres and Forty
Nick Vegas
Corina Hernandez and Coyote Anderson

Snacks
Membership Sale all day long !!

Calendar:
June 30th will be the last day of classes at the Onderdonk Ave location. 
July 1,2,3rd Classes will be held at 360 Jefferson St (new location)
July 4,5,6th we will be CLOSED

July 7-11th Classes at the Jefferson St location (Old Schedule)
July 12th OPENING PARTY
July 14th We will introduce the New Schedule
There will be 45 Classes for you to choose from.

Kripalu Yoga, Hatha, Vinyasa, Led Ashtanga, Intermediate Workshops, Yoga in Polish and Spanish, Kids Yoga, Capoeira, Zumba……… and soon we are planning to introduce Aerial Yoga!!!!!

If you have questions:
Call 718 406 7912 or
email us at:
anna@dayayogastudio.com
meghan.dayayoga@gmail.com

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DAYA YOGA IN BUSHWICK

Daya Yoga Studio in Bushwick!

Come help us welcome Daya Yoga Studio to its new home at 360 Jefferson Street!
Opening Party on the 12th of July!!!

More Classes !!!
Now offering Yoga in all styles, Ashtanga, Kundalini, Kripalu, Reiki + Restorative
Aerial Yoga coming soon …..
Yoga in Polish and Spanish
Mommy and Me Yoga
Zumba and Capoeira ….and many more

There will be classes ongoing in the old location (475 Onderdonk Ave) as well

so keep an eye on the schedule.

PS. Thank you to everyone……. without your help it wouldn’t happen!!!

Art by Michelle Silver.

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Free Intro to Hypnosis

Daya Yoga and Professional Hypnotherapy Practice invite you to free workshop of “Practical Application for Hypnosis.”
Workshop is completely free and there are no strings attached. Participating in this hardly 2 hours workshop will change your view on how you talk yourself into existence and how not you, but the thoughts and ideas you are holding in you mind, crate the reality. Learn to tap into your subconscious mind and read the massages that your subconscious delivers to you. Interactive workshop where you are encouraged to ask questions.

Sunday, 3rd of April at 1:30 – 3:30pm

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Didgeridoo as a healing tool !!!

 

People come to the didgeridoo for many reasons, most of which I see connected to healing. Players benefit from the many therapeutic benefits of the instrument: deeper breathing, expanded lung capacity, greater sense of rhythm. Listeners have access to a whole dimension of sound that is not often provided in our modern world. The ancient vibrations that come through even the most modern versions of the didgeridoo often help listeners enter deep states of relaxation or trance. These deeper states of consciousness, not commonly accessed by us on a day-to-day basis, are truly beneficial to those who enter them with intention. This was the concept behind Didge Project’s album, Didgeridoo Meditation: An Odyssey Through Consciousness.

When I first saw and heard the didgeridoo, I thought it was a toy, a novel instrument used purely for entertainment. As a trombone player, I thought it would be easy to make the sound but in fact I tried playing and could barely get a note to resonate. Later, I would discover that my lips were too tight.

My connection to the instrument came when I heard it in a meditative/healing context. I was lying down on the beach after a long day of running around and a dear friend who happened to have a didgeridoo blessed me with it. He played while moving the instrument around my entire body and I felt as if I were transported to another dimension. I came out of that experience and all I wanted to do was play the didgeridoo.

What is it about the didgeridoo that is so captivating? It is such a seemingly simple instrument: a hollow tube with no moving parts. Yet the sound production comes from such an internal place. To properly play you need to have great facility over your entire respiratory system, diaphragm, abdominal and intercostal muscles, throat, tongue, lips and voice! This inner experience is then amplified and sent out into the world so others can hear. It’s really magical what goes into didgeridoo music.

Players come to the didgeridoo to explore the inner realms but there is a social element as well. I have seen people open up socially once becoming a didgeridoo player. One of my first students was very quiet before she started playing. She fell in love with the instrument and is now much more talkative, eager to share the gifts of the didgeridoo with the world.

The didgeridoo journey, for those who decide to take it, is very powerful and I have seen it bring positive change to many lives. Whether you play the instrument or merely listen, there is much in store for you. The aboriginal people connect the didgeridoo to ancient times. In our modern world the didgeridoo is something we can all benefit from.

AJ Block is a didgeridoo player focused on the healing arts. He teaches how to play the didgeridoo as self-therapy and he conducts healing sessions using the didgeridoo and other therapeutic instruments.

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