Showga is a WEEKLY EVENT on Wednesday nights. It is a yoga class with live music performed by different artists each week. The fall resident music partners are:
Josh McClain: 10/5, 11/2 and 12/7
DJ Ash Williams: 10/12 and 11/9
Russell Butler: 10/19, 11/16, and 12/21
Bells Atlas: 10/26 and 11/30
We are pleased to announce Josh McClain as our musical guest for this week! Joshua McClain wields his cello like a post -impressionist's brush, transcending his training to produce a warm, wild sound whose unbridled expressiveness derives largely from a willingness to leave the edges frayed. Such is the basis for an eclectic, infinitely intriguing sound filled out with loose, lazy rhythms and rootsy strumming. Joshua loops his sound live on stage to create multi-layered soundscapes—exploring rock, blues, and electronic styles. While classically trained, McClain has evolved his style into an unbridled, mesmerizing sound experience—all his own. A multi-talented musician and singer/songwriter, McClain also plays the guitar, baritone ukelele and other instruments, and often works them into his sets and songs.
More about Showga:
$15-20 sliding scale or there are packages available-
5 classes for $60 ($12/class)
10 classes for $100 ($10/class)
We have a limited number of mats available to borrow, so bring a yoga mat if you have one!
Showga is not a normal show or a normal yoga class, but promises to be a rad fusion of the 2. All levels welcome.
Showga is an event series about healing through movement and creative expression that incorporates yoga instruction, live music performances from a diverse range of artists, and a variety of additional empowering practices.
During the 60 minute event there will be live music performed while participants are guided through yoga postures and visualization exercises. Each Showga event will feature a different band or artist and there will be occasional guest instructors.
Showga is an opportunity to explore the healing dimensions of movement and music and how they interact. Both movement and music are strong and exciting tools for personal empowerment, whether we are creating, consuming, offering, experimenting, or performing.