Restorative Yoga & Singing Bowls at Yoga Shanti, NYCJune 15, 2016
About Donna Karan’s Urban Zen
In a world of constant overwork and over stimulus, it is imperative to find a sanctuary. This groundbreaking class is open to anyone who needs a little TLC! It offers premiere restorative yoga sequences plus aromatherapy, reiki, breath awareness, and meditation. No yoga experience is necessary. Please come in comfortable clothing and we’ll take care of the rest.
Complimenting Urban Zen will be the soothing, healing vibrations of Kathy’s singing bowls. Gillian and Kathy met and collaborated at Soul Camp East. The bowls will be placed on the body throughout the entire class during restorative yoga poses to heal align, heal and move energy gently and with love & consciousness throughout the body.
About Gillian Cilibrasi
Gillian Cilibrasi is Program Director for Donna Karan’s Urban Zen’s Integrative Therapy Program, an advanced teaching program focused on integrating complementary healing modalities into mainstream medical care at institutions such as Beth Israel Medical Center in NYC and UCLA Health Systems in LA. Gillian is also a practicing UZIT herself, graduating from the inaugural 2009 class.
As a wellness practitioner, Ms. Cilibrasi maintains a private practice in Woodstock, NY and NYC focusing on reducing stress and enhancing healing in both preventive and acute scenarios. She assists clients with a range of services from stress reduction to patient navigation. As a graduate of the Swedish Institute in NYC, Gillian has maintained a bodywork practice for more than 15 years. With more than 1500 hours of training under the world-renowned yoga teachers, Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman, she is an experienced yoga teacher who both teaches and trains other teachers in the yoga community. Additional teaching influences include Judith Lasater, Jillian Pransky, and the Jivamukti tradition.