Nada Yoga (The yoga of sound and Vibration)
What asana does to the body, the Nāda does to the mind and heart.
Nada provides focus, strength plasticity and adaptability to the mind, just as Asanas do to the body. Sounds exercise our mental energy and give it poise and stability just as Asana improves our physical condition.
When we practice sound and vibration, we can feel its resonance in each and every corner of our body, especially the mind and heart. With a focused mind, controlled breathing, and concentration on sounds Nada Yoga enables the mind to become quiet, and listening to the sound of the heart becomes possible.
Eva Zayat, has dedicated herself to the practice, study and teaching of yoga since first discovering its joys and benefits. Her first training studies began with meditation (100HR training) and Tibetan Singing Bowls Sound Healing from Satyam Shiva Sundaram Meditation School – Rishikesh, India. She believes in the power of music, sound and vibration to heal the body, mind and soul. She continued her studies as a Nada Yoga 200 RYT (The Yoga of sound and Vibration through Mantras and Kirtan) at Parmarth Niketan Ashram – Rishikesh, India, and Hatha Yoga 250+RYT from Indeayoga Maysur.
Eva leads group and private meditation & sound healing classes. In addition to that she is a Reiki practitioner.
Her main focus and objective is combining elements of these styles into a dynamic and inspiring alignment-based flow to experience fullness in a powerful way.
She is also a facilitator of conscious menstruation and menopause, women’s health and femininity. She is the founder of Shakti Rising, where she leads a Red Tent WomenCircle every month.