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Live Zen Gentle Sound Bath w/ Haji Basim

  • Sangha Yoga 8 Boston Street #10 Seattle, WA, 98109 United States (map)
 Photo by Jenny Jimenez

Photo by Jenny Jimenez

Drench your body in sensual movements and soothing live instrumentals. Featuring beginner yoga postures done mainly lying down, Zen Gentle is an accessible yoga class designed to explore the traditional meditative aspects of movement and breath. Unlike traditional sound baths, Zen Gentle classes are guided by International Urban Folk Artist, Haji Basim and Culturally Expressive Yoga instructor Yoga by Biola for an immersive, Pan-African sound-healing experience.

An ideal class for slowing things down and exploring traditional aspects of meditative movement, Zen Gentle is guided by grounding breath work to awaken the healer in you. Watery movement and creative sequencing enhance the sensuality of the practice. Expect to gently stretch the body through accessible poses with little to no resistance, utilizing blocks, straps and other yoga tools. Register below.

About The Instructor:

A bhakti yogi with a Bikram background, Abiola Akanni is the 200hr RYT certified yoga instructor and founder behind Yoga by Biola, home of culturally expressive yoga and Trap Vinyasa®. The Nigerian-American self-love activist is also the creator of The Divine Feminine Yoga Workshop and The BE Liberated Retreat, designed to help individuals embrace each unique archetype of the divine feminine and free their conscience of stagnant teachings that limit authenticity. Abiola's liberating offerings and soulful practice continue to redefine the yoga arena as we know it, while influencing many to walk out their true dharma in grace and truth.

Learn more about Abiola HERE.

About The Artist:

Haji Basim is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who has created a new genre of positive acoustic music titled Urban Folk. He is also the founder of Holistic Method Music. His brand of Urban Folk music was created from the influences of several styles including Folk, Soul, Hip Hop, Flamenco, Bossa Nova and Neo Soul. In finding deep connection with other genres of music, Haji humbly makes it evident, “It is not genre that makes music great, but the ability to translate emotion and thought".

Learn more about Haji Basim HERE.

Cost: $35

Earlier Event: October 19
Fall Series II Class 4
Later Event: November 2
Fall Series II Class 5