Yoga + Live Music at Studios across Denver.
With thanks to elesponsor Friday Night Yoga Club for sharing the event:
Denver’s thriving yoga community is gearing up for weekly festivities with the first installment of Friday Night Yoga Club (FNYC)—the annual winter series from the team who brings us Yoga Rocks The Park during the summer. FYNC kicks off Friday, November 18 at Kindness Yoga, with local Anusara guru Julieta Claire and live music by Dakini Ma and Kate Drazner. During its 13-week run, FNYC will visit a different Denver studio each week, giving yogis throughout the Mile High City the opportunity to connect with their community in a fresh, fun way.
Each event runs from 5:30–9 p.m., and pairs a playful all-levels asana practice with live music in a supportive, celebratory environment—all backed by a top-notch lighting and sound system. Guests can also expect to enjoy healthy food and beverages from sponsor Watercourse Foods along with complimentary massage and acupuncture treatments. And to complete their focus on total wellness, a percentage of proceeds benefits the Chanda Plan Foundation, a Denver-based 501 c (3) organization whose goal is to help persons with disabilities heal their whole body.
Now entering its second season, Friday Night Yoga Club welcomes acclaimed local instructors from a variety of yogic lineages—including Tina Porter, Madhuri Martin, Shannon Paige Schneider and others. Most evenings begin with a short meditation practice and move seamlessly into rhythmic (and occasionally rowdy) asana. Accompaniment is provided by top national-level instrumental and ambient musicians, including Dave Stringer, Lil Sumn’ Sumn’, Irene Soléa, as well as legendary local DJs Sundragon, Solomoon, Eyeam and Omaha-based DJ Tres.
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