Workshops & Events

We offer a wide variety of experiences. Yoga classes, meditation classes, exploratory workshops, and other events which promote connection, healing and wholeness.
Yoga & Chill Workshop
Sunday, September 24th 
3:00 – 5:00 pm 
Come learn about the healing benefits of CBD. Enjoy samples and settle in for a relaxing, gentle yin yoga session. Enjoy a refreshing collagen bar afterwards and stick around for Q&A. Space is limited. Register in advance
Tracey is certified E-500RYT through Yoga Alliance and is also a Certified Continuing Education Provider. She has experience in teaching Vinyasa, Power Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, Beach Yoga, Yoga Sculpt, Meditation, and Yoga Nidra.  She is also a Certified Medical Cannabis Consultant and educates others on safer switches and clean CBD. She is an instructor at Yoga6, North Myrtle Beach.
Breathwork Journey
Tuesday, September 26th 
6:00 – 7:30 pm 
Breath is the bridge that connects life to consciousness.
What if you could release pain, heartache and fear to expand in joy, love, inspiration and creativity?
Through breath we can open up and move old stuck emotions that no longer serve us. We can meet the parts of us that have been hidden and are ready to be seen and loved. Conscious breathing can nourish our spirit and heal spiritual and emotional wounds.
This style of breathwork takes us deep on a journey within. Conscious connected breathwork is a breathing technique that assists in getting out of your ego (thinker/doer brain) and more connected to your higher soul Self. Our breath is powerful. This is the adventure of Self discovery.
Breathe it to the surface. 
Let it be seen. 
Let it be heard.
Let it be healed.
Everyone’s experience is different, and each experience is unique. Each time you show up for it, breathwork takes you wherever you need to go.
This is not a quiet meditation. We use music and encourage vocalizing to release.
*Bring a yoga mat and a bottle of water. Blankets & bolsters are available in the studio, but feel free to bring your own for extra comfort. Some people may wish to bring a journal.
** Safety issues:
Because of the strong physical and emotional releases that may arise, it’s not recommended for people with:
Cardiovascular disease, untreated high blood pressure, glaucoma, retinal detachment, history of psychosis, severe mental illness and pregnant women. Anyone with asthma should bring their inhaler.
*If you don’t have $40 to spend on breathwork, come & pay what you can. Or just come & pay it forward. Don’t let finances keep you from participating.
Full Moon Drum & Dance on the Beach! 
Thursday, September 28th  
6:00 – 7:30
McGlamery St Beach Access
This is a FREE community event and it’s so much fun! Bring your drum & your dancing feet and join us! Or just bring yourself and soak up the amazing energy. There will be extra drums available. Carpool if you can. Parking is free after 5 pm. There is also parking available at Sellers & Mercer. No need to register for this event, just show up!
Full Moon Yin Nidra & Sound Healing 
Join Mert Wray  ERYT-500 
Saturday, September 30th
The practice of Yin yoga uses long held poses to increase circulation in the joints and increases flexibility targeting deep connective tissue such as the ligaments and fascia.  Some hands on assists will be offered.  It will be followed up by the sweetest of all yoga styles Yoga Nidra or “yogic sleep.”  
This mini Nidra practice is performed by lying down as comfortably as possible.  Mert will get you settled in with a sound bath using crystal bowls, Koshi chimes and the mello smooth sounds of the ocean drum, after which you  be guided into a state of meditation centered around the experience of inner body.  
Come nourish and relax deeply with Mert. 
Crystal Bowl Sound Bath
Sunday, October 1st 
3:00 – 4:00 pm 
Charlie Thomes is a performing musician who lives in Asheville, NC. He has been studying the effects of sound and vibration on the physical body as well as consciousness for over 13 years.  Currently studying for certification as a Vibrational Sound Therapy Practitioner at the Institute of Conscious Enlightenment, he will be performing a Crystal Bowl Sound Bath, answering any questions and describing his techniques. 
For this event, you don’t need to DO anything. Just come, bring a mat/blanket so you can totally relax and enjoy the benefits of sound therapy. You will be gently guided to a relaxed state as the singing bowls help you to loose the mind chatter and find the wellspring of peacefulness within. It is like receiving a massage at a molecular level!
Move Through Grief Weekend 
December 1st – 3rd
Friday 6:00 – 7:15 pm
Saturday 1:00-5:00 pm 
Sunday 1:00-5:00 pm
This intense weekend series is dedicated to those who feel conflicted during the holidays. Maybe you are dreading parties, decorations, lights, cookies as painful reminders of someone you love and lost. Even if you find the will to attend, it might feel like a dull ache keeps you hidden. You feel lost, disconnected, and far away. This weekend is about finding a way back to yourself when words fail. 
Paul Denniston’s approach to grief yoga invites you to move through themes of awareness, connection, evolve, expression and surrender. Each theme combines inner awareness with a series of gently repeated body movements. Each movement cycle lasts about 3-5 minutes with pauses for reflection in between. We will be seated and moving together to help release the trapped heavy feelings.
No previous yoga experience expected. Wear comfortable clothes. There will be time to as much or as little as desired. This is your opportunity to sit with your grief safely supported by a community of caring Rebel Souls. 
My beloved Rebel Souls… Lisa here.  This workshop is a professional and personal offering. My still born son, Ayman, was born December 24th. He would’ve been 23 this year. This is my way of holding space for love disguised as grief during a season of celebration. Join me to find your own brave way of holding both love and loss. 
About Lisa – 
Lisa is on a mission to develop and share skills of self-aware ease.  As a philosopher offering grief, loss, and anxiety counseling, she values asana practice and the yoga sutras that help minimize “sorrows yet to come.” She first came to yoga with a heavy heart and was surprised by the lightness she found on the mat. Helping you lighten your heavy heart makes her heart happy. Currently she is researching ways to carry loss forward in her writing, counseling, and yoga teaching. According to Rumi, “the wound is the place where the light enters you.” Lisa welcomes you to Rebel Soul Yoga to create a shared place of courage and compassion where light enters.  
[RYT-200 since (2016), 300-hour Mind-Body Therapy Certification (2021), Grief Recovery Method Certification (2017), MSW (2020), PHD in philosophy (2006) New School for Social Research]

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We offer a wide variety of experiences. Yoga classes, meditation classes, exploratory workshops, and other events which promote connection, healing and wholeness.