Friday Night Live!

Yoga with LIVE music
TGIF at the Lotus 8:15-9:30pm

Practice yoga to LIVE music featuring different local musicians or DJs each week. Join Erica and Tina with Guest Musicians for a soulful late-night vibe to quiet your mind, open your heart and set your soul free! This class is an energetic and fun practice, suitable for all levels.

Nov 4th With Tina
Musician’s name: Professor Jones
Instrument: Guitar
Born in New Orleans, raised deep in Bayou country and washed up in the San Francisco Bay, Jeremy Jones, also known by the stage name Professor Jones, is a singer-songwriter & guitarist who delivers a signature “Swampedelic Rock & Soul” sound that blends the mud of the Louisiana swamps with the psychedelic sand of the California shore.

Nov 11th with Tina
Musician’s name: Veronica Valerie
Website: www.veronicavalerio.com
Instrument played: Harp
Short bio: Verónica Valerio’s original compositions and arrangements combine folklore tales and notions of the atemporal, while integrating voice, harp, traditional Mexican poetry, and different styles of music including son jarocho, jazz, gospel, and blues. She takes you on an adventure of her travels from the coasts of Veracruz to New Orleans to New York.

10/7 NO FNL

10/14 with Tina
Musician’s name: Surya Prakasha
Website: www.bolomusic.org
Instrument played: Vocals, Harmonium, Khol, Kalimba
Short bio: Surya Prakasha went to the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and had been playing professionally since 2000. He has studied with Jai Uttal, and leads kirtans around the Bay Area. Currently he leads a regular Sunday kirtan at Yoga Tree telegraph. Surya is the lead vocalist in the band Bolo.

10/14 with Erica
Musician’s name: Gabriel Gold
Website: www.gabrielgoldmusic.com
Instrument played: Halo Handpan, singing bowl
Short bio: Gabriel Gold; a San Francisco based Multi-Instrumentalist, Music Therapist and Composer of Music for Film, Dance, Yoga and Healing. Gabriel accompanies with the Halo Handpan (a type of steel, melodic percussion instrument), crystal singing bowls and a selection of exotic, ethereal sounding acoustic instrumentation.