with John Guinta & Suzanne McCahill Perrine
Friday, January 3
Join John Guinta and Suzanne for a Friday evening yoga and sound event.
This special class will incorporate an all-levels fluid flow with a sound backdrop of handpan and other instruments.The rhythmic melodies, expressed on handpan, Kalimba and flute, add just the right tempo to a yoga class and relaxation session.The tapestry of music will follow the flow of the practice, changing tempos to meet the flow.
Suggested donation: $20, though any amount will be greatly appreciated.
John Guinta is a recording artist and musical performer who specializes in music for relaxation and yoga. Retired from a career as an air traffic controller, John is familiar with stress and the human condition. Also certified as a reflexologist and licensed massage therapist, John has spent a number of years helping people mitigate the effects of daily stress.
John believes in the power of music as a universal tool for healing. Aside from yoga, he takes his sound into hospitals, hospice, corrections facilities, physical rehabilitation centers including the UF Health cancer proton therapy facility in Jacksonville, FL.
His rhythmic melodies, expressed on handpan, Kalimba and flute, add just the right tempo to a yoga class or relaxation session.
Originally from New Orleans, John has lived in Florida for 30+ years, currently residing in the city of Jacksonville. Traveling regularly, John’s travels have led to performance opportunities as far west as California and up the east coast to New York as well as playing at sea on a Yoga/Wellness cruise to Cozumel, Mexico. He plays regularly in Florida and in the New Orleans area, and is featured monthly in the Planetarium of Jacksonville’s Museum of Science and History (MOSH). In 2019, John also started Streams of Sound, a FL registered non-profit corporation, operating to promote handpan music in healing facilities.