Period:Dec 20, 2021 - Dec 20, 2021
Number of Sessions:1
Days of week
Please join Liza and Lauren Wednesday, December 21 from 7-9 pm to celebrate Winter Solstice and the descent into the darkest night of the year. We will prepare ourselves to enter this quiet and internal time by setting intentions for the coming months. We will practice gentle yoga, sing and chant with the monochord and crystal bowls, and end our evening in silent meditation.
Winter Solstice is a magical time, and the winter months are the ideal season to slow down, reflect, and rest the body, mind, and spirit. Prepare your whole being and align yourself with this ideal time of rest, contemplation, and rejuvenation. Come, dive into the darkness, plant your seeds and cultivate the light of the heart!
$30 in advance, $35 day-of.
Liza Binford is a long-time Centered community member who has made a tradition of facilitating beautiful sound healing each Solstice and Equinox. She does so both with Tibetan singing bowls and crystal bowls as well as her voice - one filled with audible intention that resonates to the bone.
If you’d like to get a feel for Liza’s work, please enjoy this video, featuring a deeply moving recording of Liza playing the monochord, an ancient Greek instrument, and singing a song of peace and simplicity.
Lauren Faye Higdon is the owner and cofounder of Centered Holistic Health where she holds her private practice and weekly classes. Based in Lexington, KY, she brings over 20 years of experience assisting clients in accessing embodied connections as a trauma informed bodyworker, breathwork practitioner, birth doula, and instructor of yoga and movement.
Lauren currently teaches Kundalini Yoga every Tuesday from 9-10:30am and Gentle Community Yoga, a donation-based class, every Friday from 11-12pm. Both of these classes can be attended in-person or online. Click the links to learn more about these classes and RSVP.
This class is currently offered in-person only with a maximum capacity of fifteen students. We invite people of all ages to join in the celebration. No experience of any kind required.
Props: yoga mat, blankets, blocks, bolsters, eye pillows, fuzzy socks, and any other materials that will make you feel deliciously comfy and at home. You can use our provided yoga props or purchase your own from the Centered store. Check out our props section online here.
Lauren and Liza both use she/her pronouns. Learn more about these two wonderful facilitators in the main workshop description or visit www.centeredlex.com/about-us to get to know the whole team!