FULL MOON Restorative Yoga Sound Bath
Join Mahima Jackson and Michael Jay for a Restorative Yoga Sound bath.
Mahima will lead you into luxuriously passive restorative poses as both Mahima and Michael work on participants individually and as a group using Gongs, Tibetan Singing Bowls, Bells, Shruti Box, and Mantras. In honor of the Full Moon – join us to RENEW, RESTORE and REALIGN body, mind and spirit.
Mahima (Marion Jackson) is an eternal light worker, seeker of the truth, and a lifelong student of movement. After 18 years of dance training, she began teaching yoga in 2005, completing trainings through Jivamukti Yoga, Integral Yoga, and Restorative Yoga training with Cyndi Lee. An eternal student, she continues to study Sanskrit and Yoga Vedanta at Ananda Ashram in Monroe, NY.
Also a musician and sound healing practitioner, Mahima studied Tibetan Singing bowl therapy in Kathmandu, Nepal with 3rd generation Master Shree Krishna Shahi.
Michael Jay Bio
Michael Jay is one of the first US students of Grand GongMaster Don Conreaux. He is a primary member of Don’s Mysterious Tremendom performance group and continues to study and assist him with Gong workshops regularly while Don is in the US. He is a senior student and facilitator of Sage Academy of Sound Energy retreats and trainings, and has assisted at the Open Center Sound and Music Institute program in 2015.
Michael is well versed in the use of tuning forks in the Acutonics and Biosonics systems, and works as a health coach, utilizing these systems as well as the shiatsu techniques of Ohashi, and other healing modalities including EFT and Reiki. Committed to using sound for its immense healing power, Michael is the catalyst for the multifaceted sound based collective SVAHA (Sound Vision Alchemy for Harmonic Attunement) and is the Director of Therapeutic Sound at You Can Thrive–a vibrant community for women in and out of treatment for breast cancer.