Thu, Feb 08|
New Moon Candlelight Sound Bowls & Meditation
Journey inward with sound bowl guide, Catherine Gomez and resident Kampong yoga teacher, Sam Reynolds, for a restorative evening with a candlelit sound bath and meditation class for deep rest and renewal.
Time & Location
Feb 08, 2024, 6:30 PM – Feb 09, 2024, 8:00 PM
The Kampong, 4013 Douglas Rd, Miami, FL 33133, USA
About the Event
RENEW: Candleligt Sound Bowls & Meditation
6:30pm-8pm | 6:00pm Check-in
Intentions: relaxation, reflection, self-inquiry
Light Movement | Pranayama | Meditation | Sound Bath Relaxation
Journey inward with sound bowl guide, Catherine Gomez and resident yoga teacher, Samantha Reynolds, for a restorative evening with a candlelit sound bath and meditation class for deep rest and renewal. Sam will begin the class with gentle stretches to prepare for a guided systematic relaxation and sound bowl savasana. Class will end with a seated meditation. Renew your intentions for the new year.
Class is beginner-friendly and all are welcome. Please bring a mat. Extra mats and cushions may be available upon request on a limited basis. The majority of the class will be passive and can be done in any comfortable attire that allows you to recline or sit for an extended period of time.
Doors will open at 6pm so that you can experience the magic of the garden. Class begins at 6:30pm on the open-air, covered terrace of the Schokman Education Center. $40 non-members/$30 for NTBG members. Garden gates will be locked at 6:40pm.
- Schedule: 6:00pm Check-In | 6:30pm Class
- Class Perk: Includes donation to the historic home & garden, part of the NTBG
- What to Bring: a mat
- Location: 4013 South Douglas Rd Miami, FL. Class is rain or shine and will be held at the Shokman Education Center (covered). Free parking.
HOW TO REGISTER:
ABOUT THE KAMPONG:
Located on Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove, Florida, The Kampong contains a fascinating array of tropical fruit cultivars and flowering trees. Named for the Malay or Javanese word for a village or cluster of houses, The Kampong is the former estate of Dr. David Fairchild, the famed botanical explorer who traveled throughout Southeast Asia and other tropical regions collecting exotic plants he introduced to the U.S.