URU2-Nine Mile Events

Displaying events from April 15 to August 13.

Beach Swan Flow Asana Class

with Michelle Baker at URU Yoga - Gulf Breeze
Saturday, April 24 9:00 am – 10:15 am

Please join Swan Michelle with a Beach Flow Asana Class at 9:00 at the beach. We will send you the location.

Beach FLOW: Honoring the tradition and roots of classical yoga, this class will have:

*An intentional philosophical theme presented at the beginning and fused throughout the class
*Mantra
*Breath emphasis or meditation
*Linked Asana in Flow

Sign up under workshops Mindbody URU Yoga / URU Gulf Breeze Workshops

This will happen once per month.
$15

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Elemental Flow Yoga at Pensacola Beach

with Rebecca Sathre at URU Yoga - Gulf Breeze
Sunday, April 25 5:00 pm – 6:15 pm

Please join me for an Elemental Flow class at URU Pensacola Beach. We will connect with the elements of water, earth, fire, air, and space.

Prana is Life Force Energy. Yoga and Nature help us build Prana. The combination of the two is so powerful.
Bring a big sheet, towel or mat for practice. (I prefer a sheet or quilt for beach practice.

Protocol:
Set up 6 feet apart. Air Hugs and Namastes all around. 
If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have tested positive, for the safety others, do not come.

***An online waiver through Uru must be signed before you attend.

Location:
URU Yoga GB
 
Investment for Elemental Flow:
$25 non-refundable, as your spot has taken the place of someone

Feel free to sign up for Swan Michelle's Beach Soundbath as well. It is a separate event at the same location. Sign up for one or both.

 

Spring Break Yoga Retreat
Michelle Baker & Rebecca Sarthre

March 27-28
Founder of Swan River Yoga NOLA and Uru Yoga Founder of Pensacola FL team up to bring you an outdoor, healthy and healing Spring Break.

Day time activities:
paddle boarding, beach walks, swimming, kayaking, surfing
Location: Pensacola Beach FL * Once you register the location of our daytime congregations will be offered.
If weather does not permit, we will practice at Uru Yoga Gulf Breeze FL
Saturday March 27th
Paddle board, surf, swim, lounge
4:00-5:15 pm Swan Beach Flow w Michelle $25
5:15-6PM Chanting, Birthday cake, and Jackie Celebration $25
6pm-7:30pm Sunset Dharma, Meditation, Yoga Nidra with Rebecca $25
Sunday March 28th:
Paddle board, surf, swim, lounge
4:30-5:45 pm Elemental Yoga Rebecca Sathre (beach) $25
6pm-7:30pm Sunset Sound Bath Michelle $25
Investment: $140
Drop ins: $25 each

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Beach Sound Bath with Swan Michelle

with Michelle Baker at URU Yoga - Gulf Breeze
Sunday, April 25 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm

Beach Sound Bath With Swan Michelle

Done at sunset, outside, on the beach, and with safe social distancing…. welcome back to the healing vibrations of Sound Bath, yet this time, on a whole new level.

The high hertz frequency vibrations of the extensive crystal bowls Michelle has collected over the years, along with planetary gong, elemental chimes, tonal drums of Bali, harmonium from India and sacred mantras meant for healing, protection, transformation and strength, are back!
 
Bring your beach towel and pillow. Bring pillows, blankets anything fuzzy and warm in case it is cold outside.
Lie on the crystal white sands, listen to the ocean waves, get outside in nature as to be with the elements, sun, moon, and stars. This combination will transform you.

Protocol:
Please sit to watch the sunset or lie down, 6 feet apart. Air Hugs, Namaste and lots of love will be
there.
If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have tested positive, for the safety others, do not come.

***An online waiver through Uru must be signed before you attend.

Location:
Outside and always weather permitting. If it is raining, this will simply be postponed!
Once you pre-register, you will be sent a pin of the exact location on Santa Rosa island’s Pensacola Beach.

Investment:
$23 non-refundable, as your spot has taken the place of someone

Limit of students: 15. This includes children! If children want to come, they must be registered and counted as a person! They just also be able to be quiet once the Sound Bath concert begins.

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Entire Yoga Beach Retreat with Swan Michelle & Brigitte

with Michelle Baker at URU Yoga - Gulf Breeze
Saturday, May 15 9:00 am – 10:15 am

Yoga Beach Retreat
Swan Michelle & Brigitte Martin
May 15-16 2021

Saturday May 15th

9am Beach Swan Flow Yoga Class with Swan Michelle
Bring your beach breakfast picnic. Swim, Paddle board

4pm-5:30 Grace & Grit Yoga Class with Brigitte Martin
*Catered dinner on the beach available


7pm-8:30 Beach Sunset Sound Bath Swan Michelle

Sunday March 16th

8am Beach Grace & Grit Yoga Class Brigitte

9:30am morning Sadhana- chanting, meditation Beach hike with Swan Michelle

Lunch beach time

2pm Hip opening Slow Down Yoga with Brigitte


Investment:

$120 or $26 per drop in

Food and accommodations not included

FL Accommodation suggestions:
https://www.swanriveryoga.com/florida-accommodiation.

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Yoga Beach Retreat: Swan Flow Yoga

with Michelle Baker at URU Yoga - Gulf Breeze
Saturday, May 15 9:00 am – 10:15 am

9am Beach Swan Flow Yoga Class with Swan Michelle
Bring your beach breakfast picnic. Swim, Paddle board

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Yoga Beach Retreat: Grace & Grit with Brigitte Martin

with Brigitte Martin at URU Yoga - Gulf Breeze
Saturday, May 15 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

4pm-5:30 Grace & Grit Yoga Class with Brigitte Martin
*Catered dinner on the beach available

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Yoga Beach Retreat: Beach Sunset Sound Bath

with Michelle Baker at URU Yoga - Gulf Breeze
Saturday, May 15 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

7pm-8:30 Beach Sunset Sound Bath Swan Michelle

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Yoga Beach Retreat: Beach Grace & Grit

with Brigitte Martin at URU Yoga - Gulf Breeze
Sunday, May 16 8:00 am – 9:15 am

8am Beach Grace & Grit Yoga Class Brigitte

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Yoga Beach Retreat: Morning Sadhana

with Michelle Baker at URU Yoga - Gulf Breeze
Sunday, May 16 9:30 am – 10:45 am

9:30am morning Sadhana- chanting, meditation Beach hike with Swan Michelle

Followed by lunch beach time!

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Yoga Beach Retreat: Hip Opening Slow Down

with Brigitte Martin at URU Yoga - Gulf Breeze
Sunday, May 16 2:00 pm – 3:15 pm

2pm Hip opening Slow Down Yoga with Brigitte

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Reiki Level 1 Certification with Diane Ferguson

with Diane Roll Ferguson at URU Yoga - Gulf Breeze
Saturday, May 22 9:00 am – 5:30 pm

Level 1 Reiki Training with Diane Ferguson
Zoom Event

January 9, 2021
9:00-1:30, 4-5:30 Zoom
Investment: $150

Level 1 is a practitioner's initiation into Reiki and is open to anyone. The focus during Level 1 is on opening the energy channels on a physical level, allowing the practitioner to connect to the universal life force energy, which flows through the crown of the head and down to the heart and hands.

The Reiki attunement is what makes Reiki unique to other forms of healing touch and energy work. This ceremony, called Reiju (Ray-joo) in Japanese, is performed by the Reiki Master and opens and expands the main energy channels of the student's body, allowing universal energy, also known as Qi/Chi/Ki, to flow more freely and deeply.

Because of this opening process, the attunement also does what Reiki is meant to do — clear blockages. As a result, this can create significant energy changes within the individual and many will undergo an intense period of self-growth.

The emphasis of this Level 1 training will be self-Reiki, encouraging students to focus on practicing Reiki on themselves, thereby working through their own obstacles. Many experience physical symptoms of energy in their palms after the first attunement — including tingling, coolness or heat. This course will also provide an overview of the history of Reiki, chakra study, Level 1 attunement, hand placements and self and group practice.

Diane Ferguson is an Usui Ryoho Reiki Level III Master Teacher who began her study of Reiki in 2014 and has been working with others in this healing modality since 2015. Diane believes that the power of Reiki is limitless and can be applied to nearly every facet of your life. Diane is also a 500 hour RYT yoga instructor, Certified Health Coach, retreat facilitator, and ordained Minister.

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HUDOST Concert & Empowerment through Creative Process

with HUDOST Concert at URU Yoga
Saturday, May 22 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Hudost Concert
May 22
7:00-8:30PM
$25

Empowerment Through Process:
May 23
1:00-4:00

$40

Cost for Concert & Workshop $55


Workshop description:
In this 3-hour workshop we will be delving into various art-forms as tools of healing, discovery, and expression. We will be learning how to break through boundaries and give ourselves the opportunity for unapologetic creativity! This workshop is not just for artists but for anyone wishing to foster healing, exploration, love, and an open conversation with their creative and liberated selves. Participants will leave with their own visual, poetic, and musical expressions of what they can access by having this conversation. Number of participants is limited in order to respect covid social distancing.

Bio:
The music of HuDost weaves a seamless tapestry of Folk, World, and Rock that renders tears and laughter in listeners, cultivating the nameless longing that abides somewhere in all our hearts and invoking total celebration. HuDost’s core musicians are Moksha Sommer, from Montréal, and Jemal Wade Hines from Kentucky. Having toured the U.S., Canada, and Europe constantly since April 2006, HuDost has grown and expanded, travelled rocky and glorious terrain and marveled at all they can learn and explore. Moksha and Jemal Wade in this time have grown as artists, as seekers, as a couple and as a family. Since 2015 they have also been highly engaged activists, doing advocacy work as KY Congressional District Representatives for ONE (a non-profit organization working to end extreme poverty and, specifically, the sexism of poverty).
HuDost’s most recent album, 'of Water + Mercy', received rave reviews and, as an independent release, reached #24 in the BILLBOARD SALES CHARTS for Folk/Americana. It just won The Independent Music Award for Social Action Song. The album was made with Vance Powell who is a top-tier producer/mixer who’s worked with artists such as Jack White (White Stripes), Chris Stapleton, Pearl Jam, Willie Nelson, Buddy Guy, Beyonce, Beck, Alicia Keys, Melissa Etheridge, Kings of Leon and a slew of others. Dan Haseltine from the GRAMMY Award-winning band Jars of Clay has been on board to help with production and all of the Jars of Clay members play on the album. On past albums HuDost has worked with GRAMMY Award-winning producer Malcolm Burn (Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Peter Gabriel) and GRAMMY Award-winning mixer Oz Fritz (Tom Waits, Bill Laswell, Primus).
“We met Dan Haseltine of Jars of Clay not through music but through our shared work in political advocacy acting on behalf of people living in extreme poverty,” says Moksha Sommer. “Through music and advocacy we have witnessed incredible and real change and know the astonishing power of collective voices on behalf of those who do not have the ability, and sometimes even the rights, to be heard. Songwriting with Dan was a wonderful process of the three of us contributing all that we could and being attached to nothing. I think the result is quite remarkable and reflects the very thing the song is about; rising together through shared vision and action.” “Rise Together,” a powerful call to unity, marked the lead single from Of Water + Mercy (recorded at Nashville’s Gray Matters Studio) and instantly found support from Spotify being added to official playlists.
In 2020, they wrote and performed the score for 'This Holding'; a collaboration with visual artist Jana Harper and choreographer Rebecca Steinberg that received an NEA Grant and was presented through OZ Arts. It received a Writer’s Choice award for “Best Move From Live Performance to Video” AND a Readers' Poll tie for “Best Streaming Event” through NASHVILLE SCENE.
HuDost functions as a duo or as a band, including guest musicians of varying sensibilities and backgrounds, and often including dance in their shows. As a duo their instrumentation includes vocals, harmonium (Indian Pump-Organ), NORD Keys, guitars, Dulcinet, percussion, and a slew of sonic ambient effects. Their music is a rich, eclectic blending of pop and rock with traditional Sufi music, Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian and Balkan folk music, Farsi, Turkish, Arabic, and folk. Their sound crosses all borders and barriers, taking the listener on a journey they will never forget.
Highlight performances include Bonnaroo, Resident band at FloydFest, BhaktiFest, World Café Live, Blissfest, The ARK, Alex Grey’s CoSM, the Salvador Dali Museum, Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival, headlining The Islands Folk Fest (Vancouver), WMNF’s Tropical Heat Wave Festival, The Levitt Pavilions, WoodSongs at the Kentucky Theater (on PBS), Nashville’s Bluebird Café, Music City Roots, Tim Robbins’ WTF?! Fest, The Montreal Folk Festival, The Stan Rogers Folk Festival, and many more. Highlight collaborations and opening slots for other artists include Ani DiFranco, Philip Glass, Jon Anderson (YES), Joan Osborne, Snatam Kaur, Steve Kilbey (The Church), Ramy Essam, California Guitar Trio, Bell Orchestre, Neko Case, Jim Lauderdale, Omar Faruk Tekbilek, Mercan Dede, and many more.
HuDost's music is a powerful expression of life's journey and discovery. In 2008, Moksha went through a painful process of brain surgery due to a tumor. The healing from this included re-learning language skills, losing and regaining proper sight, and experiencing seizures. This could have been staggering but instead served as learning that has fueled a potent desire to bring healing through sound. In 2013 their amazing son, Kaleb, was brought into the world. It is through music that the losses and gains, pains and triumphs, and excruciating beauty of life can be given a voice of empathy to the synonymous lives of all people. Both critics and fans have said time and time again that the music of HuDost is this very expression.
HuDost’s message comes from real experience, real emotion, and real concern for the world - from the birth of a child, to the healing of the body, to the healing of the planet, their words and music echo the human experience.

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HUDOST Concert

with HUDOST Concert at URU Yoga
Saturday, May 22 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Hudost Concert
May 22
7:00-8:30PM
$25

Bio:

The music of HuDost weaves a seamless tapestry of Folk, World, and Rock that renders tears and laughter in listeners, cultivating the nameless longing that abides somewhere in all our hearts and invoking total celebration. HuDost’s core musicians are Moksha Sommer, from Montréal, and Jemal Wade Hines from Kentucky. Having toured the U.S., Canada, and Europe constantly since April 2006, HuDost has grown and expanded, travelled rocky and glorious terrain and marveled at all they can learn and explore. Moksha and Jemal Wade in this time have grown as artists, as seekers, as a couple and as a family. Since 2015 they have also been highly engaged activists, doing advocacy work as KY Congressional District Representatives for ONE (a non-profit organization working to end extreme poverty and, specifically, the sexism of poverty).
HuDost’s most recent album, 'of Water + Mercy', received rave reviews and, as an independent release, reached #24 in the BILLBOARD SALES CHARTS for Folk/Americana. It just won The Independent Music Award for Social Action Song. The album was made with Vance Powell who is a top-tier producer/mixer who’s worked with artists such as Jack White (White Stripes), Chris Stapleton, Pearl Jam, Willie Nelson, Buddy Guy, Beyonce, Beck, Alicia Keys, Melissa Etheridge, Kings of Leon and a slew of others. Dan Haseltine from the GRAMMY Award-winning band Jars of Clay has been on board to help with production and all of the Jars of Clay members play on the album. On past albums HuDost has worked with GRAMMY Award-winning producer Malcolm Burn (Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Peter Gabriel) and GRAMMY Award-winning mixer Oz Fritz (Tom Waits, Bill Laswell, Primus).
“We met Dan Haseltine of Jars of Clay not through music but through our shared work in political advocacy acting on behalf of people living in extreme poverty,” says Moksha Sommer. “Through music and advocacy we have witnessed incredible and real change and know the astonishing power of collective voices on behalf of those who do not have the ability, and sometimes even the rights, to be heard. Songwriting with Dan was a wonderful process of the three of us contributing all that we could and being attached to nothing. I think the result is quite remarkable and reflects the very thing the song is about; rising together through shared vision and action.” “Rise Together,” a powerful call to unity, marked the lead single from Of Water + Mercy (recorded at Nashville’s Gray Matters Studio) and instantly found support from Spotify being added to official playlists.
In 2020, they wrote and performed the score for 'This Holding'; a collaboration with visual artist Jana Harper and choreographer Rebecca Steinberg that received an NEA Grant and was presented through OZ Arts. It received a Writer’s Choice award for “Best Move From Live Performance to Video” AND a Readers' Poll tie for “Best Streaming Event” through NASHVILLE SCENE.
HuDost functions as a duo or as a band, including guest musicians of varying sensibilities and backgrounds, and often including dance in their shows. As a duo their instrumentation includes vocals, harmonium (Indian Pump-Organ), NORD Keys, guitars, Dulcinet, percussion, and a slew of sonic ambient effects. Their music is a rich, eclectic blending of pop and rock with traditional Sufi music, Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian and Balkan folk music, Farsi, Turkish, Arabic, and folk. Their sound crosses all borders and barriers, taking the listener on a journey they will never forget.
Highlight performances include Bonnaroo, Resident band at FloydFest, BhaktiFest, World Café Live, Blissfest, The ARK, Alex Grey’s CoSM, the Salvador Dali Museum, Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival, headlining The Islands Folk Fest (Vancouver), WMNF’s Tropical Heat Wave Festival, The Levitt Pavilions, WoodSongs at the Kentucky Theater (on PBS), Nashville’s Bluebird Café, Music City Roots, Tim Robbins’ WTF?! Fest, The Montreal Folk Festival, The Stan Rogers Folk Festival, and many more. Highlight collaborations and opening slots for other artists include Ani DiFranco, Philip Glass, Jon Anderson (YES), Joan Osborne, Snatam Kaur, Steve Kilbey (The Church), Ramy Essam, California Guitar Trio, Bell Orchestre, Neko Case, Jim Lauderdale, Omar Faruk Tekbilek, Mercan Dede, and many more.
HuDost's music is a powerful expression of life's journey and discovery. In 2008, Moksha went through a painful process of brain surgery due to a tumor. The healing from this included re-learning language skills, losing and regaining proper sight, and experiencing seizures. This could have been staggering but instead served as learning that has fueled a potent desire to bring healing through sound. In 2013 their amazing son, Kaleb, was brought into the world. It is through music that the losses and gains, pains and triumphs, and excruciating beauty of life can be given a voice of empathy to the synonymous lives of all people. Both critics and fans have said time and time again that the music of HuDost is this very expression.
HuDost’s message comes from real experience, real emotion, and real concern for the world - from the birth of a child, to the healing of the body, to the healing of the planet, their words and music echo the human experience.

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HUDOST Empowerment Through Process

with HUDOST Concert at URU Yoga
Sunday, May 23 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Empowerment Through Process:
May 23
1:00-4:00
$40

Workshop description:
In this 3-hour workshop we will be delving into various art-forms as tools of healing, discovery, and expression. We will be learning how to break through boundaries and give ourselves the opportunity for unapologetic creativity! This workshop is not just for artists but for anyone wishing to foster healing, exploration, love, and an open conversation with their creative and liberated selves. Participants will leave with their own visual, poetic, and musical expressions of what they can access by having this conversation. Number of participants is limited in order to respect covid social distancing.

Bio:
The music of HuDost weaves a seamless tapestry of Folk, World, and Rock that renders tears and laughter in listeners, cultivating the nameless longing that abides somewhere in all our hearts and invoking total celebration. HuDost’s core musicians are Moksha Sommer, from Montréal, and Jemal Wade Hines from Kentucky. Having toured the U.S., Canada, and Europe constantly since April 2006, HuDost has grown and expanded, travelled rocky and glorious terrain and marveled at all they can learn and explore. Moksha and Jemal Wade in this time have grown as artists, as seekers, as a couple and as a family. Since 2015 they have also been highly engaged activists, doing advocacy work as KY Congressional District Representatives for ONE (a non-profit organization working to end extreme poverty and, specifically, the sexism of poverty).
HuDost’s most recent album, 'of Water + Mercy', received rave reviews and, as an independent release, reached #24 in the BILLBOARD SALES CHARTS for Folk/Americana. It just won The Independent Music Award for Social Action Song. The album was made with Vance Powell who is a top-tier producer/mixer who’s worked with artists such as Jack White (White Stripes), Chris Stapleton, Pearl Jam, Willie Nelson, Buddy Guy, Beyonce, Beck, Alicia Keys, Melissa Etheridge, Kings of Leon and a slew of others. Dan Haseltine from the GRAMMY Award-winning band Jars of Clay has been on board to help with production and all of the Jars of Clay members play on the album. On past albums HuDost has worked with GRAMMY Award-winning producer Malcolm Burn (Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Peter Gabriel) and GRAMMY Award-winning mixer Oz Fritz (Tom Waits, Bill Laswell, Primus).
“We met Dan Haseltine of Jars of Clay not through music but through our shared work in political advocacy acting on behalf of people living in extreme poverty,” says Moksha Sommer. “Through music and advocacy we have witnessed incredible and real change and know the astonishing power of collective voices on behalf of those who do not have the ability, and sometimes even the rights, to be heard. Songwriting with Dan was a wonderful process of the three of us contributing all that we could and being attached to nothing. I think the result is quite remarkable and reflects the very thing the song is about; rising together through shared vision and action.” “Rise Together,” a powerful call to unity, marked the lead single from Of Water + Mercy (recorded at Nashville’s Gray Matters Studio) and instantly found support from Spotify being added to official playlists.
In 2020, they wrote and performed the score for 'This Holding'; a collaboration with visual artist Jana Harper and choreographer Rebecca Steinberg that received an NEA Grant and was presented through OZ Arts. It received a Writer’s Choice award for “Best Move From Live Performance to Video” AND a Readers' Poll tie for “Best Streaming Event” through NASHVILLE SCENE.
HuDost functions as a duo or as a band, including guest musicians of varying sensibilities and backgrounds, and often including dance in their shows. As a duo their instrumentation includes vocals, harmonium (Indian Pump-Organ), NORD Keys, guitars, Dulcinet, percussion, and a slew of sonic ambient effects. Their music is a rich, eclectic blending of pop and rock with traditional Sufi music, Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian and Balkan folk music, Farsi, Turkish, Arabic, and folk. Their sound crosses all borders and barriers, taking the listener on a journey they will never forget.
Highlight performances include Bonnaroo, Resident band at FloydFest, BhaktiFest, World Café Live, Blissfest, The ARK, Alex Grey’s CoSM, the Salvador Dali Museum, Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival, headlining The Islands Folk Fest (Vancouver), WMNF’s Tropical Heat Wave Festival, The Levitt Pavilions, WoodSongs at the Kentucky Theater (on PBS), Nashville’s Bluebird Café, Music City Roots, Tim Robbins’ WTF?! Fest, The Montreal Folk Festival, The Stan Rogers Folk Festival, and many more. Highlight collaborations and opening slots for other artists include Ani DiFranco, Philip Glass, Jon Anderson (YES), Joan Osborne, Snatam Kaur, Steve Kilbey (The Church), Ramy Essam, California Guitar Trio, Bell Orchestre, Neko Case, Jim Lauderdale, Omar Faruk Tekbilek, Mercan Dede, and many more.
HuDost's music is a powerful expression of life's journey and discovery. In 2008, Moksha went through a painful process of brain surgery due to a tumor. The healing from this included re-learning language skills, losing and regaining proper sight, and experiencing seizures. This could have been staggering but instead served as learning that has fueled a potent desire to bring healing through sound. In 2013 their amazing son, Kaleb, was brought into the world. It is through music that the losses and gains, pains and triumphs, and excruciating beauty of life can be given a voice of empathy to the synonymous lives of all people. Both critics and fans have said time and time again that the music of HuDost is this very expression.
HuDost’s message comes from real experience, real emotion, and real concern for the world - from the birth of a child, to the healing of the body, to the healing of the planet, their words and music echo the human experience.

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Elemental Flow Yoga at Pensacola Beach

with Rebecca Sathre at URU Yoga - Gulf Breeze
Sunday, May 30 5:30 pm – 6:45 pm

Please join me for an Elemental Flow class at URU Pensacola Beach. We will connect with the elements of water, earth, fire, air, and space.

Prana is Life Force Energy. Yoga and Nature help us build Prana. The combination of the two is so powerful.
Bring a big sheet, towel or mat for practice. (I prefer a sheet or quilt for beach practice.

Protocol:
Set up 6 feet apart. Air Hugs and Namastes all around. 
If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have tested positive, for the safety others, do not come.

***An online waiver through Uru must be signed before you attend.

Location:
URU Yoga GB
 
Investment for Elemental Flow:
$25 non-refundable, as your spot has taken the place of someone

Feel free to sign up for Swan Michelle's Beach Soundbath as well. It is a separate event at the same location. Sign up for one or both.

 

Spring Break Yoga Retreat
Michelle Baker & Rebecca Sarthre

March 27-28
Founder of Swan River Yoga NOLA and Uru Yoga Founder of Pensacola FL team up to bring you an outdoor, healthy and healing Spring Break.

Day time activities:
paddle boarding, beach walks, swimming, kayaking, surfing
Location: Pensacola Beach FL * Once you register the location of our daytime congregations will be offered.
If weather does not permit, we will practice at Uru Yoga Gulf Breeze FL
Saturday March 27th
Paddle board, surf, swim, lounge
4:00-5:15 pm Swan Beach Flow w Michelle $25
5:15-6PM Chanting, Birthday cake, and Jackie Celebration $25
6pm-7:30pm Sunset Dharma, Meditation, Yoga Nidra with Rebecca $25
Sunday March 28th:
Paddle board, surf, swim, lounge
4:30-5:45 pm Elemental Yoga Rebecca Sathre (beach) $25
6pm-7:30pm Sunset Sound Bath Michelle $25
Investment: $140
Drop ins: $25 each

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Beach Sound Bath with Swan Michelle

with Michelle Baker at URU Yoga - Gulf Breeze
Sunday, May 30 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm

Beach Sound Bath With Swan Michelle

Done at sunset, outside, on the beach, and with safe social distancing…. welcome back to the healing vibrations of Sound Bath, yet this time, on a whole new level.

The high hertz frequency vibrations of the extensive crystal bowls Michelle has collected over the years, along with planetary gong, elemental chimes, tonal drums of Bali, harmonium from India and sacred mantras meant for healing, protection, transformation and strength, are back!
 
Bring your beach towel and pillow. Bring pillows, blankets anything fuzzy and warm in case it is cold outside.
Lie on the crystal white sands, listen to the ocean waves, get outside in nature as to be with the elements, sun, moon, and stars. This combination will transform you.

Protocol:
Please sit to watch the sunset or lie down, 6 feet apart. Air Hugs, Namaste and lots of love will be
there.
If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have tested positive, for the safety others, do not come.

***An online waiver through Uru must be signed before you attend.

Location:
Outside and always weather permitting. If it is raining, this will simply be postponed!
Once you pre-register, you will be sent a pin of the exact location on Santa Rosa island’s Pensacola Beach.

Investment:
$23 non-refundable, as your spot has taken the place of someone

Limit of students: 15. This includes children! If children want to come, they must be registered and counted as a person! They just also be able to be quiet once the Sound Bath concert begins.

Sign-Up