50 People joined us for our first Kirtan at Be Brave Yoga and raised over $600 for Food4Lives. I'm so grateful for you all and want you to know that your contributions, whether monetary or your presence alone, are directly benefiting the world around us in such a positive and loving way. Check back soon for more Kirtan and other spiritually minded events at the studio.
6:30PM - 9:30PM
Please join us for BBY's first Kirtan of the year!
Vedaji, a lifelong monk and spiritual master, is going to be here from GA and we are so blessed to have him lead this evening of mantra and music with us!
What is Kirtan?
Kirtan is a practice of Bhakti Yoga, the Yoga of love and devotion. In this practice, we participate in call and response mantra singing with heart and soul. There is no experience necessary, all are welcome to dive in with us. This evening is sure to have your soul buzzing for days!
Lite Vegetarian Fare and Tea will be served after Kirtan.
(Included in ticket price)
A portion of all proceeds will be donated to Food4Lives, CT; a non-profit organization dedicated to providing homemade meals, clothing, and heart-felt connection to the unhoused and underserved people in our community.
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When I was 24 years old, I discovered this way of life, it saved me really. I was on a self destructive path and dealing with debilitating arthritis every day. As a mom of two young children, something had to change. I tried changing my diet, I tried traditional exercise, I tried doctors and medications. Nothing was helping. Then I tried yoga. There was something different about this approach to wellness. Yoga didn't address any symptoms but rather taught me how to approach my own wellness through a complete system. I learned to look at myself physically, mentally, and emotionally; my entire energetic make up had been shifted through regular practice, which doesn't always have to be on a mat in a Yoga studio. I never saw myself walking this path but looking back now, it makes so much sense. It was exactly what I needed. I knew very early on that spreading this love I had found was my true calling. What that looks like has transformed over the last 14 years. I find yoga everywhere; In my developing patience and trust that my garden will grow, in raising my children to be aware of their breath and to develop a life filled with self love and self care, and in teaching Asana and Bhakti to anyone who finds themselves in need of some spiritual maintenance and community.
I can't wait to meet you, no matter what leg of the journey you're on.
Founder, Be Brave Yoga