Restorative Soundbath

February 19th at Sacred Grove Studio 5P-6P

Restorative Soundbath
Svetla Morrison from The Quiet Mind Designed invites you to join her for a deeply restorative experience of sound bathing. These past two years have been so impactful on our nervous system and psyche. More than ever before we need to intentionally create the space and time to support ourselves so we sustain our capacity to show up for our loved ones. A sound bath provides one with a safe space and much needed time to slow down and connect with the deep calm we all crave while running after the never ending to-do list. The impact of sound bath is similar to the one of practicing mindfulness meditation – it activates the parasympathetic nervous system and gets the mind and the body out of the seemingly endless “fight and flight” state the constant “go-go” mode of productivity demands on us. Making an appointment with yourself for a sound bath is an invitation for self-care where both body and mind will feel renewed. Bathing in the gentle sounds of singing bowls, other instruments and intuitive vocalization leaves one with the feeling of having been cleansed and refreshed. Join 90 minutes of peaceful, calming sounds and unwind, reset and rebalance. 

***Svetla is a holistic practitioner offering restorative sound baths, guided meditations and nature based mindfulness (read self-care 😉 ) practices. She currently juggles growing herself, growing a child and growing a community of like minded humans. You can connect with her work on IG and FB joining The Quiet Mind Designed.

***The Sound Bathing session she will offer consists of:- arriving here and now centering activities- restorative sound bath with singing bowls, koshi chimes, gong and other instruments- intuitive vocalization – the power of sound vibration on body (optional)- nurturing circle of hearts
Please wear comfortable clothes and bring water/tea…..(Matts, blankets, bolsters, other props…) and anything else that will support your deep relaxation. We have a limited number of props available for your use.

***A Comfortable amount of space is offered for distancing between mats. Masks are optional. Spots are limited to offer comfort to all attendees.

****Suggested donation $25

Tea Meditation Workshop

Come slow down with us during a tea meditation workshop. You will be invited to take a seat, sip an herbal tea designed to relax the spirit and mind, and be guided through a meditation. We ask that you bring a journal, a mug, and a favorite blanket if you’d like to wrap up in. No mats required. Space is limited to 8, so make sure to sign up quickly! Cost is $20

Our Space

I thought I would do a short, and I mean short, video to introduce you to the physical location of Sacred Grove. This is where we are beginning, where we will stretch our wills and discover our depths. I hope that if you’re local you’ll be able to join us for a class or workshop soon! Welcome!

Our Mission

At Sacred Grove, we aim to create an open, sacred community dedicated to realigning the body, mind, and spirit back into harmony with nature through sustainable methods. It is our goal to be able to build a temple open to all paths so that we may meet the needs within our eclectic nature based faith communities. Some of the programs that we are going to offer are:


Thai Chi



Gardening Workshops

Herbalism Workshops

Meditation Gardens

Walking Labyrinth

Public Shrines of All faiths

Public Seasonal Rituals

Women’s and Men’s Retreats

Healing Spaces and Workshops

Children’s Co-Ops

Much More!

We hope that you will support us by subscribing to our Patreon here, where you can get an inside look at our progress, our classes, workshops, and special items just for you! You can also support us by coming to our classes and workshops held at our current location by Dunn Chiropractic at 820 Canton Road Akron, OH 44312, or simply donating to us. If you’re interested in becoming part of this incredible community project, you can reach out to us at!

We cant wait to see what the Universe has in store for us!

Jess “Aayla” Kaisk

Join Our Team

Ready to bring your unique style of yoga, meditation, or other healthy, holistic offering to a group class? Message us to join our team for the Fall and Winter schedule!

Multiple days and times available
Availability to schedule Privates
Clean, Open space for a variety of classes
Dedicated Parking
Marketing Assistance

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Benefit Craft Fair

Putting Karma Yoga first! Come on out and shop LOCAL makers while supporting a great cause! All makers are local, and all done by hand, no MLM vendors. We will be having a Chinese raffle for five donated gift baskets, so make sure to come out and not only shop small businesses, but support a hardworking non profit as well.

The benefit fair will be October 9th, 2021 from 10am to 3pm!

All vendor fees and raffle ticket proceeds will go to RAINN, the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization. You can learn more about their mission here.

A Little Karma Yoga

We all feel fired up, so lets put our money where our emotions are!

I’ve always been big into Karma Yoga, putting thoughts and words into actions to better my community, and the world around me. Lately I’ve felt a call, a raging, angry call, every time I open any form of social media. As many of you may or may not know, I follow a lot of service providers for birthing and pregnant mommas, and so I see a lot of news and events that have to do with that particular industry. I’m not here to share the debilitating horrors some women and children face at the hands of their doctors, or the stories of abuse that women and children face from birth to adulthood. We ALL know it exists, we ALL feel it in our bones, especially women. Instead of feeling this rage and grounding it into the Earth, I’d like to DO something, anything, and so Sacred Grove Studio will have its first official fundraiser.

I’ve chosen a couple non profits that nationally benefit women and children who experience sexual abuse, and ones that help with women who experience this at the hands of their medical providers. So here’s the details:

  1. Choose A Non-Profit
    Choose a non-profit from the list below and donate, any amount you can, to the cause, and make sure to print a receipt!
  2. Bring Your Receipt To Class
    When you bring your receipt to the Vinyasa class you will be able to take the class for free!

That simple! Donate to one of the causes listed below and receive a free class by Jessica. This will run July 28th through September 1st. Become part of the solution!


  • RAINN:
    RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline (800.656.HOPE, y in partnership with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country and operates the DoD Safe Helpline for the Department of Defense. RAINN also carries out programs to prevent sexual violence, help survivors, and ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice.
  • Medical Patient Modesty:
    To help educate patients and their families about how to have maximum modesty for procedures; how to stand up for their rights requesting a same-sex medical team for intimate procedures; and how to prevent sexual abuse by medical professionals. We also work to educate medical professionals on how to be more sensitive to patient modesty.
  • National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence
    Renamed the National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence in 2003, our organization helps a myriad of professionals who work with victims and perpetrators; law enforcement; criminal justice professionals such as prosecutors, judges and probation officers; health care professionals including emergency response teams, nurses and doctors; domestic violence and sexual assault advocates and service providers; and counselors and social workers. In addition to these professionals, the National Center also works with local, state and federal agencies; state and national organizations; educators, researchers, faith community leaders, media, community leaders, elected officials, policymakers, and all branches of the military.
    We refuse to live in a world where the technology exists to help kids but simply isn’t being used. We build powerful products, lead new programs, maintain essential resources, and develop awareness campaigns to attack the issue from all sides. Technology must be part of the solution. We identify critical technical needs and produce tools that allow law enforcement to stay ahead of perpetrators and identify more children.

Creating Sacred Space


Think about your practice. The sights, the smells, sounds. What kind of furniture is around? Are there windows? What does the room or space look like? Is there a candle or incense burning? Are there plants? Creating a space that is clear and dedicated to your practice is very important. It is a space that encourages the cultivation of peaceful stillness; a space where time is irrelevant, and the mind can be at peace. It can be an entire room dedicated to yoga and your spiritual practice, or a small space in the living room or bedroom. We all have different needs for different spaces. Our world revolves around spaces and what they help support in our day to day lives.

I encourage you to look at the spaces surrounding you, and find a way to carve in something that reminds you to be still. A shelf with a candle or incense and your favorite book. A corner in the bedroom where you can reflect on your day in gratitude, or a prayer spot in the kitchen. Make it meaningful and unique to you and your practice. It serves as a daily reminder to pause, reflect, and honor yourself and the world we live in.


Warrior Wednesday

Our Warrior Wednesday Shout out goes to The Hummingbird Project, a Cleveland based nonprofit working to help communities reconnect with the natural world, and empowering resilience through ecological regenerative and sustainable practices. I am in love with their tagline: “Working for social change through ecological regeneration and community empowerment.”

Check them out!!

“Seed is not just the source of life.
It is the very foundation of our being.”