Summer Solstice is the longest day of the year and throughout human history has been celebrated as an ancient solar holiday with spiritual and scientific significance. Also known as Midsummer Night, Shakespeare wrote, "My soul is in the sky."
Join us for an outdoor evening celebration as the longest day turns to night. The theme will be Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream meets Ram Dass. We will start with yoga, honoring the earth and the heavens, followed by breathwork and a cacao ceremony, combined with sound healing. We will end with sharing in the candlelight.
Q: When will the summer solstice happen?
A: Summer Solstice 2021 in the Northern Hemisphere will be at 9:31 PM on Sunday, June 20.
Saturday, June 19, 2021, 8:30-10 PM
Attendance is limited.
Register online, in-person at the Brick Canvas front desk or call us (801-407-8620).
Location: Brick Canvas (outdoor event with weather permitting)
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR:
Bring a yoga mat and optional blanket and/or pillow.
Dress comfortably (attire appropriate for some light yoga stretching).
Amy is a lover of people, connection and living. She is a mother of nine kids, ages 9-27, and already has three grandchildren. Amy is a 500-hour RYT (registered yoga teacher), a Reiki and energy practitioner, a fascia therapist and has studied CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy). She loves the moon, sun, hiking, cooking, learning and teaching. She currently teaches several fitness classes at Brick Canvas including Bikram Yoga and Fascia Rolling. She also teaches Drama at her local elementary school.
Amy recognizes the importance of understanding and healing all of the “bodies” that make up who we are; including physical, energetic, spiritual and mental. Amy has a passion for helping people connect, balance their energies and learn to love themselves.