“Yoga helps me a lot in my life to balance the hardships of being a musician and to reconnect with my body and soul. And I plan to teach and help my friends and fellow musicians to maximize their creative potential by doing so.”
Concepts we will explore:
* music inspired by our greatest good always feels uplifting, first for ourselves and then for others.
* what is the process or questions we can ask ourselves to bring us into the most advanced/leading-edge expression that we would like to share with others?
* can we make a sound on our instrument and just appreciate it, without any thought attached to it.
* can we appreciate a sound of another without a thought attached to it?
* can we create something with full enjoyment of the process without expecting any specific result?
*"I am here to enjoy my life experience, there is no need or must, I do because I am having fun in the process" what resonating here?
*"I create out of love"
*" I am love, I am vibration, I am music"
Sagit Zilberman is yoga instructor, certified by the Wingate Institute in Israel, and an international jazz saxophonist and composer.
Sagit currently leads her own bands and also performs internationally with a Polish group PGR (Krakow Jazz Fest, Colors Festival in Poland in 2012) and Caixacubo (Jazz a Vienne, Jazz-Act in Paris in 2012). When not performing, Sagit enjoys teaching yoga and meditation classes at different Programs in Boston (Akasha Yoga studio, "Music Blends Silence" at Boston Public library, "Music-Fun" - Music in a fun environment for kids). Since 2004 she has been teaching yoga in health clubs and private homes and leading meditation sessions for friends and peers especially directed to lower stress levels and cope with the irregularities of the professional musician's lifestyle. Between 2011-2015 Sagit has taught Yoga and Meditation for Musicians at Berklee College of Music's Livewell program.