with Emilie + Andy Brockmann
Thursday, September 14th 8:15pm – 9:15pm
Thursday, October 19th 8:15pm – 9:15pm, Resonate Restorative
Thursday, November 9th 8:15pm – 9:15pm
Thursday, December 7th 8:15pm – 9:15pm
Tuesday January 2nd 8:15pm – 9:15pm
$20 – Pre-registration is encouraged
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Immerse yourself in stillness and sound. Allow your thoughts to surrender to the complex overtones of singing bowls, gong and other ethereal sound makers. Mind, body and spirit will resonate in sonic vibrations, accessing states of consciousness conducive to stress relief and healing.
For any questions please email Emilie at email@example.com
Emilie received her 200 Hour Yoga Vinyasa Certification through The Bhakti Center. Her interest in yoga sparked while attending Virginia Commonwealth University where she studied Anthropology and Religion. That interest blossomed into a deep passion and dedication. Her practice goes beyond just the physical aspects of yoga and continues to go deeper in the teachings of yoga. Emilie’s teaching style has been described as “warm and nurturing”. She gains perspective through her personal practice and by taking a variety of classes at home, and while traveling. Her classes weave the integration of breath and mindful movement, focus on grounding, balance and alignment and the mind-body- soul connection. She enjoys biking around the city and playing ping pong with her husband.
Andy Brockmann is a diverse multi-percussionist having immersed himself in music from several parts of the globe. Mostly self-taught, Andy was very active in orchestral, jazz, symphonic and percussion ensembles while studying at The College of William and Mary in his hometown of Williamsburg, VA. After college, he spent a few years playing drums for Disney World, Orlando and Royal Caribbean Cruises until he returned to Virginia. Andy spent the next ten years playing in jazz, flamenco, and brazilian groups earning his status as a top-call freelance drummer in Richmond. His work in flamenco and brazilian groups naturally led him to incorporate hand drums such as cajon and pandeiro. Since relocating to NYC in 2013, Andy has played drums for an original Off Broadway musical for which he wrote the drum book. He has taken advantage of the city’s culturally diverse music scene by furthering his hand drum studies to include West African djembe, Middle Eastern frame drum and Indian tabla drums. He often combines hand drums and drum set for various singer songwriters who he performs with.