Thu, Oct 13|
Resident Culture - SouthEnd
Druminyasa + Yoga Asana Flow
Feel the rhythms of the drums as you connect breath, heartbeat, mind, and body to a vinyasa flow, led by Grace Millsap, to the beats by Druminyasa.
Time & Location
Oct 13, 2022, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Resident Culture - SouthEnd, 332 W Bland St Suite C, Charlotte, NC 28203, USA
About the event
The primal nature of drumming nourishes a connection to the deeper self, encouraging movement that is both grounded and freeing. Melt into the end of your practice with an extended savasana drum sound bath to ultimately relax your body and enlighten your mind.
Investment: $30 - Space is limited! Register in Advance!
As featured by The Washington Times, CBS, and Washington’s WTOP news, Brad Ellsworth of Druminyasa® (As seen at Love Shine Play festival & Wanderlust) has been playing drums and percussion for over 25 years. Brad is a yoga teacher and founded Druminyasa by connecting his love for rhythm, drums and movement.
Grace Millsap (she/her) is a 500 ERYT and Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor, whose passions are rooted in science and equality. Former research scientist, and forever a student; she teaches from a long lineage from the Tantra and Himalayan Traditions (Sri Vidya). Her classes, whether restorative or flow, are infused with my passions, and quest for magic and joy. Grace also leads Yoga retreats and trainings locally, and Internationally.
What to bring?
- Water Bottle
- Yoga mat (we will have a limited number available for use as well)
- Blanket (optional)
Where can I park?
- Address: 332 W. Bland St. | Suite C | Charlotte, NC 28303 There are two Resident Culture location; specifying South End & address is key. And the whole block is 332, so Suite is important
- Entrance: please use the side, Cafe entrance off of the parking lot.
- Parking: any open street parking, any open spaces in the lot to the West of the building or we also have the corner, gravel lot at Mint & Bland for no charge on this date.
Here’s what people are saying about Druminyasa….
“You feel the rhythm in your bones. The drum beat starts to match the rhythm of your heartbeat, starts to match to the rhythm of your breath until all of a sudden you are just in this energy of oneness, connected with the drums, connected with the other people, connected with the deepest part of yourself." - Becky "Tara" Eschenroeder
"Everyone moves together, building a collective energy that is very strong and powerful, felt deep within the heart and quieting the mind, helping sync movement with breath and having their energy, energy of those around them and energy of the drumming move them through their meditative practice." - Nicole Fitzwater
Check out more from Druminyasa at www.druminyasa.net