In the sacred space of Saint Mark’s Cathedral, this spiritual practice is designed to improve health, release tension, and deepen spirituality. It is a gentle, restorative, and contemplative practice, and the instructors guide the group in ways that welcome newcomer and experienced practitioners alike. Pay what you can.
Update: The doors into the cathedral are locked at 6:45 p.m.
Learn more at: saintmarks.org/yoga
On the first Monday of each month an Organ Meditation (30 minutes of improvisations on the Flentrop Organ) precedes the class, 6–6:30 p.m.
On the third Monday of each month the class ends with an extended savasana with Sound Bath, 7:30–8 p.m. As the doors are locked at 6:45, it is no longer possible to attend the sound bath without attending the class. Participants are encouraged to stay for the full 90-minute experience if possible.
On the fourth Monday of each month, class is followed by social time with tea and chat.
Please note: Due to the Trans Day of Remembrance service in the nave at 8 p.m. on November 20, the usual third-Monday Sound Bath will not be offered that night. The 90-minute class with extended Sound Bath savasana will be offered on November 13 instead.