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Yoga in Black at Supersonic Festival 2017


17/18 June Sat + Sun 12-2pm Centrala, Unit 4 Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street, B5 5RT Birmingham Sessions are for up to 12 people | Mats are provided on request. Tickets must be purchased in advance: £15 * please note this event is separatley ticketed and not included in the Supersonic weekend ticket

To celebrate the Summer Solstice and Supersonic Festival, Yoga In Black are holding two sessions of their unique take on yoga over the Festival weekend, in collaboration with electric cellist Rotten Bliss.

Yoga In Black offer sessions of Dru Yoga, with a twist – leading you through the graceful and strength-enhancing exercises of the yogic tradition, to a soundtrack of metal, gothic rock, drone, doomjazz and dark ambient music.

A pre-recorded soundtrack of various dark artists will be augmented with music specially composed for the day, and will conclude with a live improvised accompaniment from Rotten Bliss, who builds up sonic storms of exploratory textures, defying expectations of the cello through her preference for extended techniques and extreme FX processing. Her abrasive playing style evokes the possession and freedom of rock’n’roll, deconstruction and decay.

Dru Yoga features the use of visualisation and affirmation in its practice, and these workshops engage imagery from pagan, Voudon and Thelemic traditions to invoke a sense of inner strength and peace.

Expect big sound, and sound teachings: a workout for your mind, body and ears. It will be intense, magickal and fun!

Supersonic Festival runs from the 16-18 June, Named by Stuart Maconie, BBC 6 Music as ‘the UK’s premier experimental music festival” and named number two in The Times guide to the fifty best events of the summer (2015). At the heart of the festival is a passion for genre bending sound and performance, with an international travelling audience and a commitment to emerging dynamic talent. Supersonic Festival’s diverse programme combines today’s most exciting talent with legendary, one-of-a-kind acts.

The line up includes Arbouretum /Colin Stetson/ Jenny Hval /Laura Zonal with Justin Broadrick + The Bug / Melt Banana / Oxbow /Princess Nokia / Pigs x 7 / Flowers Must Die / Raime / Zu

For more info/weekend tickets see:

17 June 2017 –18 June 20172017-06-17T12:00:00Z2017-06-18T13:50:00Z



Minerva Works
158 Fazeley Street

B5 5RS Birmingham GB

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