Join us for a one of a kind immersive experience led by Eunmi of Yoga with Eunmi.
Sunday, October 23, 2022
8:30am - 9:30am
West Fairmount Park, Army Rd
Philadelphia, PA 19131
Let the soothing sounds of nature meld with rhythmic echoes of bowls. Manage your stress, improve your wellbeing, and literally find your grounding on a historic Fairmount Park trail. Hear the singing of meditation bowls from where clang clang once went the trolley!
PLEASE NOTE: There will be a very short group hike (1/2 mile) departing at 8:35 am from the parking lot of the Belmont Plateau.
What is a Sound Bath?
Essentially, a sound bath is a meditation class with ambient sound played by the instructor that aims to guide you into a deeper meditative state. Sound baths use singing bowls and other traditional instruments to play repetitive notes at different frequencies to help bring your focus away from your obsessive thoughts. Think of it as an improvised meditative “concert” in the unique setting that combines nature and built environment.
TICKET PRICES: Pay what you can – $15, $20, or $25
[ Not sure what to pay? Please refer to this Sliding Scale Pricing FAQ for additional info. ]
MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS: If Philadelphia’s parks make a difference in your life – consider becoming a member of Fairmount Park Conservancy and help ensure that Philadelphia’s parks are enhanced for generations to come. PLUS members register first for events and enjoy discounts on park experiences including Treetop Quest, Shofuso and more!
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO:
- Bring a small meditation cushion, patio chair cushion, old towel, or padded yoga mat that you don’t mind getting a little dirty and you can easily carry with you during the short hike to the location.
- Please wear sturdy shoes, comfy clothes, and dress according to weather conditions.
- Bring water and a snack
- There are nearby bathrooms (port-a-potties)
- Appropriate for adults and mature adolescents
PARKING: there is plenty of free parking in the park. As always, NEVER leave valuables in your car!
IMPORTANT: We will leave promptly at the scheduled time. Please arrive at the departure location at least 5 minutes early. Latecomers may not be able to join after the group has departed.
COVID-19 PROTOCOLS: By registering for this event you are agreeing to follow ALL of these protocols:
- This event has limited capacity. Please only register if you fully intend to attend and let us know if you need to cancel ASAP.
- Participants must maintain 6 feet of distance from one another during the event.
- Please bring a mask. We encourage you to wear it if you’re in proximity to others.
- If you or anyone in your household are exhibiting COVID-19 systems, please stay home.
INSTRUCTOR BIO: Eunmi, a former fashion designer and current fabric artist, immigrated from Seoul, Korea to the United States in 2016 and has since settled down in the Philadelphia region. She began studying traditional Buddhist meditative yoga, inspired by her traditional Buddhist upbringing, over 18 years ago while still living in Korea and has now merged those philosophies with the international Vinyasa style.
Eunmi, a 500 hour RYT, completed her initial 200 hour yoga teacher certification at Wake Up Yoga under Corina Benner here in Philadelphia. Always looking to grow, Eunmi continued her education with 300 hours of study at Aligned Yoga under Briony Smith with a focus on alignment, anatomy, advanced postures/poses, pranayama/breathing techniques, and mindfulness.
For Eunmi, yoga is a lifestyle. She is a devoted yoga instructor who has a style all her own. It is both instinctive, yet steeped in the traditional aspects of yoga. For her, Flow is the natural state of being. She will invite you to listen to the wisdom of your body and be curious. Her classes focus on breath, alignment, Flow, and the interconnection between mind, body, and spirit; allowing students to work at their own pace in a safe and empowering environment. She closes each class, during Savasana, with healing vibrations from her unique Full Moon Tibetan Singing Bowls that helps to quiet the mind and align the spirit.
In addition to yoga, Eunmi has dedicated herself to the art of sound healing. She has completed her 250 hours Sound Healing Certification in order to help people mend their bodies and mind through the use of sonic vibrations. These restorative sounds are produced by a set of healing instruments that include Tibetan and Crystal singing bowls as well as others. When she plays her healing bowls, the experience can be both calming and wonderous. As a one time Astronomy major at the University of Chungbuk, she equates the feeling she gets from these sounds to those when one looks up at the stars in the endless night sky through a telescope. Tranquil, Serene, Powerful…
Lastly, she has also completed her Restorative Yoga Certification at Yoga International under Cyndi Lee to help people relax physically, mentaly, and emotionally and to find inner peace in a safe place.
This event will take place in light rain. In the event of heavy rain or other severe conditions, the event will be canceled and attendees are eligible for a full refund.