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Heart Awakening: Yoga & Sound Journey benefiting Heart to Heart Touch

Join us for a night of transformation.
Open your heart with a slow flow vinyasa followed with restorative and yin yoga lead by Heather and Sara from Southern Soul Yoga.

While tapping into the meditation as movement practice, we will be guided through a heart opening sound therapy session created by Robin Burk of Purple Sky healing arts.

Not only will the night be a journey through movement, sound and stillness, there will also be practitioners from Heart to Heart Touch offering compassionate touch.
Following the practicing will be light snacks provided by Wholefoods.

Each purchased ticket recieves one raffle ticket to be entered into your choice of raffle. Additional raffle tickets are $2.

Raffles include massages/facials from several spas around the Chattanooga area, yoga passes at SSY, cooking classes with Sweet & Savory, a Reiki session and more
Raffle will be drawn after the practice.

Tickets are available through Eventbrite. 
Limited number available at door if event isn’t sold out.

All proceeds go to benefit Heart to Heart Touch. A local not for profit organization which provides compassionate touch for those in their last moments of life. Visit and see how touch can alter a life, especially in ones final days.

Southern Soul Yoga is a yoga studio based in Chattanooga, Tenn. founded by Heather Dendy and Sara Mingus. SSY practices thoughtful, purposeful, and powerful yoga to promote both physical and mental well-being. An array of classes is available for all levels of practitioners. From yin and restorative to power and Hot 26, there is a class for everyBODY.

Robin is a Certified Music Practitioner, trained through the Music for Healing and Transition Program to provide live therapeutic music at the bedside of the ill and dying. Her study concentration was on stress relief and deep rest as well as the special needs of those in final hours of life.
“Therapeutic benefits go beyond what we think of in terms of music, this is where Therapeutic Sound is utilized. I like to describe this as applied sound in comparison to the listening experience of music. It is through these techniques that the body takes in vibration. Emphasis is placed on pure tones and harmonic relationship of musical notes rather than melody as in a song.” - Robin