Drumming was the earliest form of tribal communication and has been used to celebrate significant ceremonial gatherings in many primitive cultures. The beat of the drums can be used to call in good energy, remove bad energy and put one’s mind, body and spirit in a hypnotic and meditative state. Feel the vibrations of the drums as you connect breath, heartbeat, mind & body to your practice.
What is Full Vinyasa:
Full Vinyasa means to return to Samastithi from down dog (like in Sun Salutation A) when jumping back between seated poses rather then jumping back to sitting. Once in Samastithi, the practitioner then goes through Sun Salutation A to return to the next sitting posture (from down dog.)
When: Sunday, April 15th; 9-10:45am:
Cost: $25 for drop-in; $15 for regular class package holders (sign up at studio); special priced packages not included such as “new student special” & “groupons”; all students must sign up
for this unique class to participate.
Where: Ashtanga Yoga Room, 2521 Jena St., 2nd Fl., www.ashtangayogaroom.com
Featured by The Washington Times, CBS, and Washington’s WTOP news, Brad Ellsworth of Druminyasa® 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.
Melanie Fawer, founder and director of Ashtanga Yoga Room, has been teaching traditional Ashtanga yoga for over 20 years. Her teaching is grounded in Indian yoga lineage, daily practice, daily teaching, anatomy, psychology and the subtle bodies or chakra system.