Workshops

Slow & Low Sweet Friday Night Flow w/ Live Music!

Friday, November 12 · 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Sign up now @
www.yogamayu.com!

 

Yoga Mayu
2051 Harrison Street
San Francisco, CA

Let go of the week sweetly with yoga, candles and drums and a nice long savasana ...

Join me for two hours of slow deep flow to the rhythms of the lovely and amazing Aaron Kierbel’s drums. Expect standing poses, twists and stretchy floor work to wring out the week and welcome the weekend.

Register online at www.yogamayu.com or in person at the studio!

$20 in Advance $25 at the door.

percentage of proceeds from class donated to Curry Without Worry -serving up good food to hungry souls in SF's Civic Center every Tuesday Rain or Shine. http://www.currywithoutworry.org/.
(keep and eye on this space - this is a series...with more fun to come in the next few months!)

About Aaron:

Aaron Kierbel is a drummer/percussionist who has been living and performing in the Bay Area for the past 8 years. He studied jazz performance at Sonoma State and San Francisco State Universities, but his real music educat...ion came from endless hours soaking up live music in smokey jazz clubs in Los Angeles where he is from.

He is currently the drummer for Rupa and the April Fishes, a dynamic world fusion group, who have been touring Europe and the U.S for the past 5 years. He has had the honor of playing at festivals such as Montreal Jazz Festival, Central Park Summer Stage, Outside Lands and Power to the Peaceful, and has shared the stage with musical heroes Gil Scott Heron, Susana Baca and Manu Chao. Due to the band's interest in global politics and current immigration issues, Aaron helped create "Catapulta," a multimedia show performed at the Brava Theater. It was inspired by the band's many travels down to the U.S/Mexico border to witness and listen to the stories of immigrants who make the dangerous journey to the U.S looking for a better life.

Aaron regularly works as a volunteer bringing music into hospitals and juvenile detention centers, and teaches music to preschool kids through his work with Performing Arts Workshop. Aaron has been practicing yoga for over a year and his favorite pose is savasana.