Join us for a special evening of restoration and harmony to welcome a new year and a new decade. Brittany will guide you through a series of gentle restorative yoga postures while Sound Practitioner Elizabeth Barfield fills the space with the harmonic sounds of singing bowls, chimes, and chanting. The evening will end with a 20 minute soundbath savasana/rest. We will set intentions for the new year and rest deeply into a space of well being and peace, setting the tone for a beautiful new year. Tea and cookies to follow.
Price: $30 pre-register and $35 at the door
*Tickets are non-refundable and transferable
Brittany Wilkerson (RYT 500) feels a great sense of joy in sharing Restorative yoga with people from all walks of life and bringing an essence of ease and effortlessness to our overstimulated culture. Her hope is that through your yoga practice, you can locate your truest expression, healing, and joy, and find your way "home". She teaches regular flow classes at BGB Acting Studio, Be Kula Now, The Beacon ATL, and offers individual sessions and private group classes around town. Her background includes 7 years of teaching in Los Angeles prior to her time in Atlanta. She received certification at the 500 hour level through Annie Carpenter's Smartflow mentorship. For current schedule of classes and special events, visit:
Elizabeth Barfield blends together practices from various fields of study. She completed her level one teacher training in Kundalini yoga and meditation in 2009 in New York, NY. A trained pianist and vocalist, she had an instant connection with the practice of chanting meditation. Impressed with the practice’s ability to release anxiety and promote mental clarity, she started looking deeper into the nature of sound as a therapeutic modality. Elizabeth uses therapeutic sound instruments and voice during her yoga classes and offers sound baths to the community. She is currently working with children with multiple disabilities and is studying occupational therapy to further bring sound and holistic modalities to diverse populations in the Atlanta area.
She offers a unique therapeutic soundscape, an environment to rest and reconnect in harmonic resonance. Sound is used as a tool for restoring our own “perfect pitch” — our innate personal vibration — opening us up to self-inquiry through introspection. A combination of crystal and Himalayan bowls, tuning forks, crystal pyramids, chimes and voice will harmonize and attune with the body on the cellular level, supporting self-repair.