Fri May 15th @ 5:30PM
The Music Box Supper Club started bringing yoga classes to the club last November. The yoga sessions have been well received and are now a regular series scheduled throughout the year.
During the month of May, two sessions will be held at the club on the West Bank of the Flats. The first will be on May 15th Yoga. The class will be hosted by Jaclyn Hoffman, owner of Prana Bodhi Yoga (13605 Detroit Ave.). The second class on May 31st will be hosted by Natasha Krys of 3Sisters Yoga and Fitness (2406 Ridgeland Drive in Avon). The type of yoga featured at these events vary from high intensity to relaxation. It depends on what the teacher has planned.
“We have between 50-70 people each session,” says Music Box marketing coordinator Brooke Bogdan. “They have been very well received within the Cleveland community and we have gotten excellent feedback. People are definitely coming back.”
Original music will be played by Cleveland native Thom Pope at both sessions. Thom has an extensive background and talent in music, providing a relaxing and uplifting experience through music written specifically for the events. Following the 90-minute class on May 15th, there will be a post wine mix-and-mingle from 7:30PM to 9PM, hosted by Krystal Kovacik and local business owner Aaron Powell from Bearded Buch Kombucha will have samples and kombucha for purchase.
“Kombucha is a current craze and trend,” says Bogdan. “Many of our bands that we have come in actually request that we have Kombucha in our green room for them. We just thought that the thought behind the creation of Bearded Buch flowed well with what we are accomplishing with our Yoga and Music Sessions. Happy and healthy mind and body.”
“I personally love this event and the idea of bringing a place of serenity to the Music Box,” she continues. “I am a huge fan of yoga and actually use it for my own healing practices. I think it’s a great way to release and push your body in a healthy manner. I believe a lot of people in northeast Ohio are enjoying the practice of yoga. I have seen a lot of coverage on it lately.”
“Yoga is great because many people cannot participate in high intensity workouts, so yoga provides a way for them to exercise in a way that is also calming for the body and spirit,” she says. “I know for a fact it is being recommended by doctors, as it is recommended to me by my personal physicians. Anything that combines the art of stress relief and relaxation while taking care of your body is great.”
Guests can start arriving at 5:30PM. The yoga sessions will take place upstairs in the Music Box Concert Hall. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased in advance for the May 15th event HERE and for the May 31st event HERE, or at the door the day of the event. All ages and experience levels are welcome. Valet parking will be available for $8.