Join us for a special OM Chanting event here at Unit 108 Yoga, on Sunday, May 5, at 12:30 pm! OM Chanting Organizer Jen Perena will be with us to lead a 45-min session to cultivate peace and harmony in ourselves and the surrounding environment.
WHAT IS IT?
OM Chanting is a group practice that uses the transformational power of the mantra OM to activate the self-healing potential of everyone who participates. We sit in a specially arranged circle and chant OM out loud for 45 min. Due to a special blessing, OM Chanting generates a vibrational frequency that releases negativity, transforms it and showers us with positive energy.
EXTRAORDINARY BENEFITS: OM Chanting promotes inner peace, mental clarity, creativity, emotional freedom and physical health. It brings like-minded people together and supports our physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. It brings more balance and peace to our communities and to the world at large as well, so by participating at OM Chantings you contribute to a better you and a better world!
The vibrational waves created by the circle spread out in a large radius creating a harmonious, peaceful environment and a unity between humans and nature. The OM continues to resonate in everyone who has participated even after the circle, allowing us to share the good vibrations wherever we go.
POSITIVE SHIFTS: OM chanting helps us to experience positive shifts which allow us to enjoy more peace, joy and love in our lives.
OPEN TO EVERYONE: No previous experience is required. OM Chanting is not a faith-based practice, but all faiths are welcomed, as well as those who have no interest in spirituality. The only requirement is that you must be able to sit (either on the floor or in a chair) and repeatedly chant OM (at your own pace) for the entire circle time (45 minutes).
WHAT TO BRING: For the duration of the circle we sit either on a chair or on a bolster and blankets. All this is provided at the studio. It is recommended to dress in loose, comfortable clothes.
You don’t have to sign up in advance but you can - here: