Sonic Yoga https://sonicyoga.com Embody Your Gretest Potential Thu, 20 Jul 2017 17:52:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.5 Pitta Season https://sonicyoga.com/news/pitta-season-lauren-hanna/ Thu, 20 Jul 2017 17:50:49 +0000 https://sonicyoga.com/?p=9726 Dear Teachers: Welcome to Pitta Season. The season dominated by the element of fire. Pitta ignites our bodies and minds and encourages transformation and change. From the words of the master Bob Marley, “ The sun is shining the weather … Continue reading

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Dear Teachers:

Welcome to Pitta Season. The season dominated by the element of fire. Pitta ignites our bodies and minds and encourages transformation and change. From the words of the master Bob Marley, “ The sun is shining the weather is sweet yea, make you want to move your dancing feet now”. During Pitta season we receive the energy of the sum. It feels warm, encouraging, enlightening. It calls us to get out and move, to explore, to experience. So whatever it is you have been dreaming of now is the time to make it happen. Summer is the time to shift from the undoing to the doing, from the mundane to the ecstatic, from the status quo to the superb.

The challenge is that we need to be cautious of overheating in summer. Excess pitta can lead to an exacerbation of pitta related disorders such as stress, inflammation, and skin disorders. So as you jump into the heat of pitta season, be cautious of not over doing it and stay cool, refreshed and hydrated.

Here are some hints from me and Pratima to balance pitta this summer:

  1. Hydrate: Drink cooling drinks like coconut water and cucumber juice.
  2. Immerse: Get wet. Jump in the ocean, lake, stream, pool or sprinkler, take cool showers and baths often.
  3. Cool: Relax under the moonlight. Stay out of the mid-day sun.
  4. Soothe: Nighttime heart massage: Add 3 to 5 drops of vetiver, rose, and sandalwood essential oil to a base of coconut oil. Massage your two heart centers nightly 4th chakra, center of chest at sternum and the marma point talahrudaya (known as the heart of the foot) located on the sole of the foot straight line down from the middle toe.
  1. Delight: Clear the eyes with rose water. Dip cotton pads in rose water and place over eyelids. Relax and enjoy your summer !

If you want to go deeper into the study of Ayurveda, there is still time to join us for our 300 Hour Teacher Training and Mentor Programs beginning in Sept. Register by Aug. and receive a discount.

You can also try these amazing summer drinks that I’ve been experimenting with to keep me cool:

Coconut Cucumber Hydrator:

1 cup aloe vera juice

1 cup coconut water

½ cup cucumber

¼ whole lime

mint leaves to taste

Blend all ingredients mix in sweetener to taste

Watermelon Hydrator:

Ingredients: 2 cups watermelon chunks, 2 cups strawberries, cut up1/4 cup aloe flesh, 1 Tbsp. chia seeds, 6-8 mint leaves

  1. Cut the watermelon and strawberries up. Drop them in a blender and add ice. While you are cutting the fruit, soak the chia seeds in water for 5 minutes. This will make them easier to blend.
  2. Cut the thick end of the aloe leaf off and slice it down the middle. Extract the pulp by peeling back the flesh. Scrap the aloe into the blender.
  3. Add the chia seeds and mint leaves into the blender. Blend, serve, and add a bit more mint for garnish.

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THE SONIC CREATIVE: Hannah Lowe Corman, Artist & Yogi https://sonicyoga.com/news/sonic-creative-hanna-lowe-corman-artist-yogi/ Wed, 19 Jul 2017 20:45:53 +0000 https://sonicyoga.com/?p=9715 THE SONIC CREATIVE: Hannah Lowe Corman, Artist & Yogi How did yoga come into your life?  A friend suggested we take yoga our senior year of college (for credit!!!). I loved learning the physical practice, alignment and anatomy and knew … Continue reading

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THE SONIC CREATIVE: Hannah Lowe Corman, Artist & Yogi

How did yoga come into your life?  A friend suggested we take yoga our senior year of college (for credit!!!). I loved learning the physical practice, alignment and anatomy and knew I wanted to teach yoga after that one semester. I continued building my practice at the gym until I had enough experience and savings to enroll in a yoga teacher training program at the Yoga Center of Columbia in Maryland. Being in a nurturing studio environment completely opened my eyes to everything else yoga could be and everything I had been doing wrong for three years!

What is your practice? When do you do yoga?  My foundational background is in alignment-based Anusara yoga, and this is what I practice at home and the major inspiration I infuse into my teaching. I moved to NYC in late 2015 and found the Sonic community in early 2016. I’ve loved evolving more flow into my practice and being a student again. I always try to make it to Sarah Ireland’s yogini flow, or any class she teaches. I appreciate the Sonic teachers’ different styles, while always feeling confident that they have a deep understanding and appreciation for foundational anatomy and alignment.

How does yoga benefit your everyday life?  So many ways!!! Just some examples: destressing through meditation and breathing, fixing aches and pains through posture and alignment, and moving, acting (and more importantly reacting) mindfully and with awareness. I recently completed the Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training at Sonic, and, as I’m currently 8 months pregnant, it completely complemented everything I’m experiencing in my body and mindset. I learned so much about the changes my body is undergoing and how to move and breath differently. I absolutely use the information covered in class every single day. I also feel much better prepared to teach prenatal yoga having experienced yoga as a pregnant person.

Does yoga help you be creative?  Absolutely! Not only does it clear space in my head to allow for creative ideas to organically evolve, but it also directly inspires my paintings in my pursuit to create tranquility for stressed out people through my art. Also, I’ve incorporated my love of anatomy into a series of abstract figure paintings doing yoga twists!

How did you became a creative person?  I’ve always loved drawing and painting, taking extra classes in art and art history throughout school, university and continuing education opportunities. My mom is an excellent drawer and her mom did watercolor paintings, so creativity was always encouraged and nurtured in our family. And I probably inherited those creative genes too!

Who are your creative influences?  I love the simplicity of form and color in Georgia O’Keefe’s work. I too am drawn to creating something abstract out of what’s in front of me. We once had a project in school to do a charcoal drawing of a whole still life scene. I zoomed my focus in on a conch shell amongst the display and essentially drew it as an unrecognizable abstract form instead.

Where does your inspiration come from?  Sometimes a color or mood or particular feeling sparks a series of paintings: For instance, I recently went to Arizona and noticed how even the greenery seemed bleached out by the heat and sun, and so I’m inspired by the word “Bleached” as well as desaturated colors to create my next collection of paintings. Recently I’m also incorporating what movements my body is craving into these paintings. For instance, using a palette knife to sweep a thick glob of paint around the canvas because it just felt right that my arm make that huge gesture. It creates much more free flowing work.

What is the secret to having a successful painting?  To the idea above about painting with the natural movement of the body, not starting with a preconceived notion of how the painting is going to look or “turn out” has led me to some really cool outcomes. Being open to see where it goes. And also being open to other interpretation – I love hearing what other people see or feel in my work; I don’t want it to be about me but what I can bring up for the viewer.

What is your training?  I’ve studied art and art history my whole life, and while I don’t have a formal degree in art, I’ve studied at the Maryland Institute College of Art, University of Maryland College Park, the Sorbonne, the Ann Arbor Art Center, the Art Students’ League of New York and Arts, Letters & Numbers artist residency program in Upstate NY.

Tell me about one of your favorite projects.  This spring, while working and living at Arts, Letters & Numbers, an artist in residency program in Averill Park, NY, I created a series of 5 paintings using only a palette knife and a neutral colors. My plan was just to lay down a background for a future, more in-depth painting, but instead I loved the outcome of the quick white and grey study, and so I left it as it was. It looked like an abstracted landscape, even though that wasn’t necessarily where I was going in the beginning (better not to have those preconceived ideas of how it “should” turn out). I then decided to go down this new path and neutral colors mixed with white and grey for a series of other abstract works. Amongst the 5 paintings, the only colors I used were white, grey, tan, olive green, black and gold, with never more than 2-3 colors plus white in any given painting. The end results were dramatic and moody paintings that allow the viewer to draw their own feelings and conclusions.

Where do you draw your idea from for your creative work?  My major inspirations are nature and the way I feel being in nature. This might take the form of a memory – oftentimes of the movement of the ever-changing sky and clouds, or a mood or color that translates to something completely abstract.

Do you think creative people look at the world differently? If so, how?  I don’t know if they look at the world differently but I do feel like I’m very aware of the minutiae of my surroundings. I feel like I’m always pointing out things of beauty or interest that might just be mundane to someone else. But maybe that’s also the yogi mindfulness coming out in me!

Describe a typical day of yours…  Everyday is different, but I try to reserve certain days of the week just for painting or just for administrative tasks. I always try to reserve Wednesday mornings for Sonic yoga if Sarah is teaching. I’m pretty sure any sense of a “typical” day is going to dissolve once I have a baby in August, so perhaps ask me again in the fall!

Favorite painter: Renoir

Favorite movie: I love movies but I’m not big on rewatching movies. Although I guess any of the Harry Potter ones.

Favorite tv show:  Friends

Favorite musician:  Sean Johnson and the Wild Lotus Band

Favorite artist:  Too many to choose from but revisiting paintings by Edward Hopper recently.

Favorite pop icon:  No one in particular but I’m in awe of most professional athletes and their dedication and commitment to their talent

Favorite museum: Musée de l’Orangerie in Paris

Pick five dinner party guests (dead or alive):  Joe Biden, Andy Warhol, Coco Chanel, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, & Arianna Huffington.

Interview by Todd Henry

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Mitch Polon: How Yoga Teacher Training Influenced My Life https://sonicyoga.com/news/mitch-polon-yoga-teacher-training-influenced-life/ Sun, 16 Jul 2017 16:17:18 +0000 https://sonicyoga.com/?p=9702 Mitch Polon: How Yoga Teacher Training Influenced My Life After completing my Sonic 200 hour TT program, my practice and awareness his been exponentially heightened. I walked into the program to learn the necessities to teach. What I walked out … Continue reading

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Mitch Polon: How Yoga Teacher Training Influenced My Life

After completing my Sonic 200 hour TT program, my practice and awareness his been exponentially heightened. I walked into the program to learn the necessities to teach. What I walked out with was a greater understand of my Self, my body and my spirituality.

The teachers gave me the tools to find my own voice and unlock my potential. I’ve become more curious than ever as to the magic that my personal yoga practice has become as it enriches my life on a daily basis. Through awareness of breathing, meditation and intention, the Sonic program has prepared me for a my journey towards enlightenment and betterment.

I am so grateful to my Sonic family of teachers and guides. I have already begun offering private lessons to clients in their homes, am planning my own classes to begin this September, and auditioning in gyms and studios in the near future. I had signed on for the 300 hour advanced training course as I have the desire to continue my studies and to learn as much as possible, not only for my own personal awareness, but so I can be the best I can be for those who will come to me requesting my teaching and guidance.

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https://sonicyoga.com/news/9696/ Sat, 15 Jul 2017 02:20:04 +0000 https://sonicyoga.com/?p=9696 Summer stiffness I have a lot of people asking me, “Why the aches and pains?” Summer is in full effect, but for some reason some people are feeling tighter than ever and their bones are super achy. Summer means heat, … Continue reading

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Summer stiffness

I have a lot of people asking me, “Why the aches and pains?” Summer is in full effect, but for some reason some people are feeling tighter than ever and their bones are super achy. Summer means heat, heat warms the muscles and muscles like the warmth, which is supposed to make them more flexible, so why the heck are we feeling the exact opposite? 

If you are like most people and work indoors, you are probably in an air conditioner approximately 8 hours of the day. So although it might be 90+ degrees outside and you remember, clear as day, the unbearable commute to and from work with the full onslaught of sweat beads dropping down your back, what you might be forgetting is, we keep ourselves in frigid temperatures most of the day. New York, on a whole, has a habit of overdoing it big time in the air conditioning department. Usually rather than just cutting through some of the heat and humidity, it has become common practice to run the AC at full blast bringing the workplace and often the MTA down to seemingly sub zero temperatures. I know it’s my own personal practice to keep a hoody on me at all times to avoid hypothermia. And forget about the fact that the abuse of our air conditioners are contributing to depletion of the earth resources, but all this excessively cooled air is just not good for the body. It leads to aches and pains and makes our muscles stiff as a board. Not to mention the fact that the going back and forth between the hot and cold temperatures all day reeks havoc on the immune system. So this summer if you’re in control of your AC, maybe dial it down a little towards comfortable rather than frigid and if you’re not in control, make sure to bring extra layers to keeps the muscles warm(er) and happier for your practice! See you on the mat!

Namaste,

Christopher Temple

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YOGI OF THE MONTH: Alyssa Palaganas https://sonicyoga.com/news/yogi-month-alyssa-palaganas/ Fri, 14 Jul 2017 04:12:32 +0000 https://sonicyoga.com/?p=9693 YOGI OF THE MONTH:  Alyssa Palaganas WHERE YOU GREW UP:  Manila, Philippines WHEN YOU MOVED TO NYC: 2015 OCCUPATION: HR Director for a hotel  FAVORITE MUSICIAN: Adele (soloist) and The Killers (band) FAVORITE MOVIE:  Casablanca FAVORITE BOOK;  The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho GOALS IN LIFE:  Seek my … Continue reading

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YOGI OF THE MONTH:  Alyssa Palaganas
WHERE YOU GREW UP:  Manila, Philippines
WHEN YOU MOVED TO NYC: 2015
OCCUPATION: HR Director for a hotel 
FAVORITE MUSICIAN: Adele (soloist) and The Killers (band)
FAVORITE MOVIE:  Casablanca
FAVORITE BOOK;  The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
GOALS IN LIFE:  Seek my truth, empower others, love unconditionally

PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE:  Everything begins and ends with you
FAVORITE SEASON: Autumn
FAVORITE ARTIST: Van Gogh
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN PRACTICING YOGA?  8 months
WHAT DOES YOGA DO FOR YOU?  Keeps me in shape physically.  I lost about 15 lbs in the first 3 months of practice.  But the internal shift on mind and soul was unexpected!  I’m seeing life with a different perspective.
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN COMING TO SONIC? 8 months
WHAT CLASSES DO YOU USUALLY TAKE?  Flow 1 / Flow 1-2
HOBBIES:  Other than yoga, I love to try new restaurants, travel, currently exploring different techniques of meditation/ breathwork, and I also practice reiki on friends/family. 
WHAT DOES PEACE OF MIND MEAN TO YOU? Knowing that the people I care about are safe, healthy and happy.  Also being fully present in the moment.
FAVORITE NEW YORK MEMORY:  The first time I’ve been to New York was at the age of 17.  I went to Tkts Times Square and got Broadway tickets.   Hailed a cab on Broadway and two came rushing eventually crashing at each other!  I’ve only been in the city for a few hours and I told myself, “This will be a pretty exciting place to live!”.  And here I am. 
FAVORITE PLACE IN MANHATTAN: Metropolitan Museum of Art
WHAT INSPIRES YOU?  kindness, nature, art, film, music
LIFE LESSON LEARNED FROM YOGA?  Love yourself. When you are in difficult pose, you breathe into that uncomfortable space. Where can I get stronger?  Where should I be gentler?  It is only when you accept both the great and the messy aspects of yourself and your life, do you find gratitude in being human and fully embracing your path.
MOST UNFORGETTABLE YOGA MEMORY?  The first class I ever took at Sonic Yoga.  I couldn’t even touch my toes and fell a couple of times trying to keep up with the flow.  The teacher, Chris Temple was super positive, funny and supportive that it didn’t matter how challenging it was.  It was overwhelming to feel alive in your body and in your breath.  Also, I was recently at the Summer Solstice Yoga in Times Square and that was pretty cool too!

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CHANGE by Lauren Hanna https://sonicyoga.com/news/change-lauren-hanna/ Sat, 01 Jul 2017 01:32:21 +0000 https://sonicyoga.com/?p=9674 In the Yoga tradition “Change” is seen as the inevitable state of Prakriti or nature. Prakriti is in a constant state of movement trough the three gunas, Sattva (clarity), Raja (movement) and Tamas (inertia). Change is an unavoidable state that … Continue reading

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In the Yoga tradition “Change” is seen as the inevitable state of Prakriti or nature. Prakriti is in a constant state of movement trough the three gunas, Sattva (clarity), Raja (movement) and Tamas (inertia). Change is an unavoidable state that we must all pass through on our paths to spiritual transformation and growth. This past year has been a whirlwind of change for Sonic Yoga. New management, new space, new teachers, and more!

Change is sometimes met with resistance, as it often brings difficult or uncomfortable emotions. Moving through a cycle of change can sometimes bring up feelings of loss and lack of control. We often avoid change and the uncomfortable feelings that come with it.In the Hindu tradition we honor the system of the evolutionary cycle where energy of nature is in a constant state of change, shifting from creation, to preservation, to dissolution. As Yogis on the path, the philosophy encourages us to embrace these phases of life equally and to recognize the necessity of each of these phases in the flow of life. It encourages us to move through these cycles with ease and grace, releasing into the natural flow.

We can observe the play of prakriti as we watch the creation of the sunset, the preservation of life through the sun’s heat mid-day, and the dissolution every evening at sunset. Although, the sun setting represents the end or death of that day, it also at the same time creates space for the dawning of a new day, a sunrise.

We see these examples in all of the cycles of nature including the moon phases, seasons, and ultimately the life cycle itself. We all will experience the unavoidable movement through the phases of birth, life, death, and rebirth. The Yoga tradition encourages us to surrender to this great flow, to release that which is dissolving and to embrace and celebrate that which emerges in the re-birth.

I would like to thank you all for so patiently embracing the new space, new faces, new policies and new vision of Sonic Yoga that has been evolving this past year. Chris, Alex, Todd, Michelle and I are working hard to create a Sonic that is a beautiful balance of the “old” soulful studio that we all know and love and at the same time surrendering into the flow of the inevitable expanding, growing reality that is continually evolving and changing as prakriti will.

Please welcome our newest teacher Siri Rishi Khaur for Kundalini flow on Tuesday at 1pm, and Wednesday at 6:30pm to celebrate change and embrace the re-birth!

With Love All Ways,

Lauren

 

 

 

 

 

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THE SONIC CREATIVE: Forrest Simmons, Photographer https://sonicyoga.com/news/sonic-creative-forrest-simmons-photographer/ Fri, 30 Jun 2017 19:44:11 +0000 https://sonicyoga.com/?p=9660 forrestsimmons.com

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WELCOME NEW TEACHER TO THE SONIC FAMILY: Siri Rishi Kaur https://sonicyoga.com/news/welcome-new-teacher-sonic-family-siri-rishi-kaur/ Fri, 30 Jun 2017 16:54:58 +0000 https://sonicyoga.com/?p=9654 Please Welcome Sonic’s Newest Teacher: Siri Rishi Kaur (Yogini / Mother /Artist) This Avant-Garde Yogini, is a KRI Kundalini Yoga Teacher. Siri Rishi has been teaching Kundalini Yoga and Meditation through out the East Coast for over 18 years. She delivers this ancient … Continue reading

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Please Welcome Sonic’s Newest Teacher: Siri Rishi Kaur (Yogini / Mother /Artist) This Avant-Garde Yogini, is a KRI Kundalini Yoga Teacher. Siri Rishi has been teaching Kundalini Yoga and Meditation through out the East Coast for over 18 years. She delivers this ancient technology authentically and with reverence, combining Gong Sonic Meditations, Kundalini, Restorative, and Words on Power. Siri Rishi was a Senior Teacher at Golden Bridge NYC for 7 years, as well as the former owner of Beloved Yogi Harlem, a neighborhood Yoga Studio in Upper Manhattan. Siri Rishi’s classes and workshops are refreshing and exciting. She delivers the teachings with precision and a sense of humor creating space for breathe, joy, exploration and laughter. She is the co- founder of Moon Womb, as well as founder of lifelabsrk and Rishi Retreats. When she is not teaching in New York City you can find her leading retreats in her “home away from home” Nosara, Costa Rica. She is forever grateful to all of her teachers, Yogi Bhajan, Hari Kaur, Ravi Singh, Gurmukh Khalsa, and many more.

 

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POSE OF THE MONTH: Taquice Campbell Chooses Eka Pada Koundinyasana II https://sonicyoga.com/news/pose-month-taquice-campbell-chooses-eka-pada-koundinyasana-ii/ Fri, 30 Jun 2017 14:27:36 +0000 https://sonicyoga.com/?p=9650 Taquice Campbell Chooses Eka Pada Koundinyasana II  With the Summer Solstice just behind us, we continue to celebrate our connection to the Sun and the Earth. The rays of light fill the atmosphere and nourish our fully bloomed intentions with … Continue reading

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Taquice Campbell Chooses Eka Pada Koundinyasana II 

With the Summer Solstice just behind us, we continue to celebrate our connection to the Sun and the Earth. The rays of light fill the atmosphere and nourish our fully bloomed intentions with positive energy and a bit of fire. The time is opportunistic to harness the vitality of the warmer days to practice a more challenging pose. Eka Pada Koundinyasana II embodies such a physical challenge and purports a balance between the ego and the physical self, both of which are particularly active during this time of year. As the heart advances itself forward to the earth, it allows the back leg to leverage in contrast. A solid and fully engaged core is essential to the steadiness of this posture which is complemented with arm strength and focused breath. 

How to:
From downward facing dog, step the right foot on the outside of the right hand shifting the shoulders over the wrists. The left leg extends behind with the toes remaining tucked and the heel pressing back. Work the right shoulder under the knee allowing the right hand to frame the front foot. Arms should be shoulder width’s distance apart, much like the alignment for Chaturanga dandasana. Inch the extended left leg’s toes back to stretch the hip. Palms planted firmly into the ground, inch the right toes forward until the heel eases off of the earth. Leverage the torso slightly forward to splay the right leg off center and towards the right extending through to the ball of the foot. Connect to the core to float the back leg from the ground as you hug the elbows in towards the rib cage. Remember to breathe and root the fingertips to engage the upper body. When ready, release the left toes back to the ground, and step back to downward facing dog. Repeat on the left side.
The effects of this pose are to strengthen and energize through the complexities of balance. Make sure to properly warm up the wrists, upper arms, and hips. Approach the pose with an open mind and a forgiving heart…
Om shanti, Namaste.

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JULY’S COMMUNITY PARTNER: Funkytown Playground – Music and Movement for Kids! https://sonicyoga.com/news/julys-community-partner-funkytown-playground-music-movement-kids/ Fri, 30 Jun 2017 14:22:04 +0000 https://sonicyoga.com/?p=9647 Come on down to the Funkytown Playground! We will jump and jam with shakers and tambourines, dance with bubbles and fall from the stars with our colorful parachute. For the Sonic Family: 20% off on a children’s musical or yoga birthday party … Continue reading

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Come on down to the Funkytown Playground! We will jump and jam with shakers and tambourines, dance with bubbles and fall from the stars with our colorful parachute.

For the Sonic Family: 20% off on a children’s musical or yoga birthday party or special event. This includes props such as shakers, puppets, colorful scarves, parachute, bubbles, etc. This is also valid for family concerts or events; mixing original interactive songs, radio and disney hits, and contemporary songs that your whole family will enjoy.
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