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Prana Rising with Girish

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Dates
Tuesday 07/30/2024 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Pricing
$35.00 Prana Rising with Girish


PRANA RISING: Transformational Breathwork/ Yoga of the Voice Workshop with Girish


A deep dive into transformational Breathwork, healing Mantra, and revitalizing Chi Gong with beloved yogi-musician & author, GIRISH. The PRANA RISING IMMERSION invites us to experience a radically expanded sense of our potential, our vitality, our wellness and wisdom through the transformational power of these ancient practices.


After a profoundly powerful series of Transformational Breathwork practices, we’ll flow into a deeply inspiring exploration of the Yoga of the Voice. Science is proving what ancient cultures and our inner wisdom already knows: Your voice can become one of the most powerful agents of transformation in every facet of your life.


Sharing his own experience as a sound healer, musician, yogi, and former Hindu monk, Girish offers tools and practices to find and express your true voice in this interactive and inspiring workshop. You’ll learn unique, liberating methods to clear old patterns that block your natural expression and fulfillment. You will feel how opening your voice leads to powerful transformation in every dimension of your life.


$35 in advance, $40 day of. 



Girish Cruden

Girish is an eclectic artist with roots in jazz, world, and sacred music. His musical talents find expression in a wide array of instruments – including tablas, world percussion, guitar, harmonium, and voice.

For as long as he can remember, Girish has created rhythm to accompany life. When he was eight years old, his parents gave him a little red snare drum as a bargaining tool to stop him from banging on everything else in the house. 

Drumming has always been instinctual to Girish, flowing freely from his fingers and knowing no musical bounds. In his teens, he started experimenting with pop, rock, jazz and orchestral music. His first experience of music as sacred art came in college, playing with jazz bands. "During improvisational sessions," he recalls, "there were these unexplainable moments of synchronicity and intuition that felt like magic." 

These moments came just as Girish was feeling pulled toward a sacred life. A college philosophy class inspired him to explore spirituality through Kundalini yoga, meditation, and the study of Eastern scriptures. By the time of his college graduation, Girish was so deep into these practices that he decided to move into an ashram in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Thus began an unexpected journey-a seeming detour that inadvertently nourished his musical artistry. 


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