Join us for a journey through movement and melody as Sound Sorceress Chelsea Kirby and Yoga Journal Ambassador Jeremy Falk guide us through yoga, Qi Gong, breath work, meditation, and sound healing to a backdrop of beats on our Function One system with projection mapped visuals followed by a live performance with San Francisco’s own Arula + a special guest DJ KR3TURE to take you from savasana to the dance floor.
We are excited to have this event sponsored by Kevita who will be providing tastings of their delicious kombucha.
We’ll be serving kombucha, cocktails and a full bar as the night grooves on.
Doors 6pm. Movement: 6:30-8 Dance: 8-10pm
Please bring your own Yoga mat.
MORE ON CHELSEA KIRBY
Chelsea views sound & movement as sacred expressions of a universal language; a language that unites and empowers people from all backgrounds. She brings the fluidity of sound & movement into her yoga offerings, blending vinyasa with intuitive movement and Qi gong to free the spirit and deepen the connection to the subtle energy of the body.
As a singer-songwriter, sound-healer & sound-designer, Chelsea’s love for both acoustic instrumentation & electronic music moved her to create her current project Arula; a rich interplay of her many influences.
She has been taught by many celebrated teachers in the community such as; sound & breath-work under John DeRobertis (The Power of Conscious Singing,) Amber Field (Free your Voice,) and John Beaulieu (Biosonics). She received her 200hr YTT with Dana Damara in 2016 and has also taken various courses with teachers such as Janet Stone, Ana Forest, Roger Jahnke (Qi Cultivation & Mastery), Michelle Baker (Reiki, Swan River) and studied yoga & meditation in Kerala, India.
MORE ON JEREMY FALK
Jeremy Falk is an E-RYT 500HR who’s mission is to connect our head, heart, and hands through the power of yoga to feel fully alive and of service to the world. His teachers are Jason Crandell, Stephanie Snyder, Janet Stone, and the Association for Yoga and Meditation in Rishikesh, India. Jeremy offers a challenging alignment based bhakti vinyasa flow. His grounded and approachable style has earned him the title of Ambassador for top companies like Lululemon, Fitbit, and most recently Yoga Journal, where he was fortunate to travel the US + London documenting yoga’s impact in the west. He has recently moved back to San Francisco more inspired than ever to help make this transformative healing practice accessible to all.