Tarangah, meaning wave in Sanskrit, will be a unique and powerful program that can actively transform your health, fitness, and consciousness through movement, sound, and breathing.
Led by Accord-based yoga teacher and breath work instructor, Sibylle Jud, and Rosendale-based voice artist and vibration specialist, Madeline Grace, the event will take place on the grass outdoors at Crimson Catskills’ Midtown Arts location in Kingston. The program will start with a therapeutic yoga sequence, then segue into breath work and a live, vocal sound bath.
The breath practice taught by Sibylle resembles holotropic breath therapy, which was conceived by Stanislav and Christina Grof in the 1970’s. During this active segment, participants experience altered states of mind and body induced by the heightened oxygenation of the body’s blood. Participants can expect to get into a deep, meditative state, and may experience visions and experiences that can cause a physical release of stagnant energy and negative emotions. Madeline’s “sonic elixirs” are an improvisational creation of ambient, ephemeral soundscapes via using her voice and “instruments” found in nature (i.e dried leaves, sticks, rocks and hollowed out logs). She also utilizes tuning forks and glass bottles of water to create distinct vibrational sounds.
Recommended for adults with previous yoga experience and good cardiovascular capabilities, who are interested in self-awareness and healing. Cool down, Q&A, and social chillness hour to follow with refreshments, and relaxing DJ music set. For more information and advanced tickets, visit:
Rain date: Sunday, September 24, 2023 (time is TBD)