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Saturday, April 16 • 08:00 - 09:40
Yin Yoga with Kaya Slater Chisholm and Live Music

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Yin yoga takes place at a slow pace, with postures and asanas often lasting for five minutes or longer. We move into the poses without muscle contraction and we surrender into the poses rather than activating our bodies. Yin Yoga is a highly meditative form of yoga, with many physical and mental benefits. By placing moderate stress on the connective tissues, Yin yoga aims to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility. The poses are also designed to encourage the flow of qi, a subtle energy that runs through the body’s meridian pathways. This improves the health of your organs, boosts immunity, and promotes inner peace and emotional wellbeing. The benefits of Yin Yoga alone are unbelievably powerful, so when we weave in powerful ancient healing mantra and the unique and powerful healing sounds of the hang, a beautiful instrument constructed from two half-shells of deep drawn, nitrided steel sheet glued together at the rim leaving the inside hollow and creating a distinct UFO shape, the magic really begins. The hypnotic sounding Hang perfectly accompanies the depth of ancient mantra and Yin Yoga- a fusion to be experienced.

 Haitch
Haitch is a South East Queensland musician and composer. Looking to nature for inspiration and world cultures for instruments, his uniqueness lies in the moving fusion created with both uncommon and classical instruments. Haitch started trumpet at a young age, closely followed by piano, leading into over a decade collecting world instruments that he composes and performs with today. Including Native American flutes, Yidaki (didgeridoo), slide Didge, Taishogoto, Baja, Mellophone, Tibetan singing bowls, Duclar, Overtone flutes, hand percussion, vocals and synthesizers.

Kaya Slater-Chisholm
Kaya is a senior Yoga teacher and Mentor, and devoted practitioner of mantra in Sanskrit, Hindi and Gurmuki. She is based in Brisbane and runs a yoga Studio called Yoga Bones. Her passion is to bring bhakti yoga and devotion in to all that she does and brings a strong knowledge of eastern Traditions Tantra and Daoism into her teachings.
Kaya uses mantra, crystal bowls, and sacred sound in all aspects of her work/service. She believes that working with others to help them find their inner peace depends on various elements.  

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Haitch

Haitch is a South East Queensland musician and composer. Looking to nature for inspiration and world cultures for instruments, his uniqueness lies in the moving fusion created with both uncommon and classical instruments. Haitch started trumpet at a young age, closely followed by... Read More →
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Kaya Slater

Yin Yoga Sound Journey
Kaya's love for mantra sound and transformational yoga on all levels continues to deepen and grow -after meeting Dave Massie on Bhakti Camp in India over a year ago  , Dave and Kaya  have been working/playing together In Bhakti, Naad Yoga and in asana ever since , weaving their... Read More →


Saturday April 16, 2016 08:00 - 09:40 AEST
Mullum High Annex