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YNDI Yoga + Arms and Sleepers Live

June 4, 2023

YNDI Yoga + Arms and Sleepers Live
Sunday, June 4
Event: 4-5:30pm
$25 Member / $30 General Admission

To begin the event, the artist behind Arms and Sleepers, Mirza Ramic, will show his short documentary, To Tell a Ghost (run time: 12 minutes), which embarks on a journey of remembrance, loss and healing through music. To Tell a Ghost follows Bosnian-American musician Mirza Ramic of the electronic music group Arms and Sleepers, as he returns to his home city of Mostar in an attempt to process the losses he suffered as a refugee of the Bosnian War. Mirza will give a short talk and Q&A after the film.


The yoga class will be a multi-sensory yoga, music, and art experience guided by the international yoga teacher and visual artist Lana Vogestad of YNDI Yoga with live music performance by Berlin-based Arms and Sleepers.

This will be an immersive yoga class with live music, video projection and atmospheric lighting to enhance the transformational experience you have on the mat. The yoga practice will be an invigorating vinyasa fusing together different disciplines to awaken, strengthen and soothe the body, mind and soul. It will close with a guided meditation. All are welcome.

  • All level practice
  • Bring a mat and water bottle
  • Towel and a block are optional



About Lana Vogestad / YNDI Yoga:

Lana Vogestad, MFA and E-RYT 500, visual artist and yoga teacher, has been teaching yoga since 2008. She has studied with many leading teachers from diverse yoga disciplines and incorporates the rich teachings of the different styles of yoga into her classes. Lana taught extensively in Iceland for several years where she was the country's first hot yoga teacher, the Netherlands to help open a studio, Atlanta, and throughout the Seacoast of New England including the Yoga and Cancer Program, in addition to leading workshops and retreats. Originally from New York, Lana has a MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City and a BA from Bates College in Maine.

As a visual artist, she has shown her work over the years in various venues, galleries and project spaces internationally, including New York City, Berlin, Iceland, Atlanta, and Portsmouth, NH. She was a highlighted artist in Sound and Vision: Atlanta Film Festival in 2013 and has had a couple exhibitions at 3S Artspace in Portsmouth, NH; Thalpein in 2018 and Meditations and Transitions in 2021.

Lana's labor of love, YNDI Yoga, brings together her life's work as an experienced, international yoga teacher and her career as a visual artist. YNDI Yoga combines transformational yoga classes and guided meditations with custom composed soundscapes and cinematography, to create an immersive experience that touches all the senses. YNDI was in the Official Selection of the Reykjavík International Film Festival in 2020. She has produced YNDI Yoga into a national TV series on PBS and the CREATE channel through American Public Television.

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About Arms and Sleepers:

Arms and Sleepers is the electronic music act founded in Boston, Massachusetts in 2006, formerly comprising Max Lewis and Mirza Ramic. In recent years, Lewis has become a less active member leaving Arms and Sleepers to continue with Ramic as the sole official member. Over the years, the group has amassed over 30 releases, 2,000 live performances, and countless TV and film music placements in their 15-year history. 2020 was Arms and Sleepers’ busiest year yet, with the release of a 6-part conceptual music series that included 3 full-length albums and 3 EPs. In 2021, Arms and Sleepers celebrated its 15th anniversary with a slew of re-releases and anniversary editions. 2022 will see the release of a new full-length record, Arms and Sleepers’ 13th official studio album.

Since 2006, the group has explored trip-hop, electronica, downtempo, ambient, hip-hop, and subtle pop with deftness and grace. Arms and Sleepers’ creative output has been vast: 12 full-length albums, 15 EPs, and a plethora of singles and remixes. The duo has remixed the likes of Emancipator, Robot Koch, Blockhead, Yppah, Sun Glitters, Caspian, Helios, Ef, From Indian Lakes, and many others, and has collaborated with numerous prominent artists including Tom Brosseau of Fat Cat Records, Serengeti of Anticon, and Philip Jamieson of Caspian, among others. Victor Ferreira of Sun Glitters has been a close collaborator over the last half a decade, co-producing and mixing the majority of the group’s recent releases. Ramic, who has been the group’s sole live performer since 2013, has taken Arms and Sleepers to stages across the world with concerts in North and Central America, Europe, and Asia. The group has also seen its diverse music catalog licensed by Apple, Amazon, Vice, HBO, Showtime, PBS, National Geographic, United Airlines, and countless others. Over the years, Arms and Sleepers has received glowing coverage from a variety of music outlets, including Earmilk, XLR8R, NPR, Huffington Post, Bandcamp Daily, The Line Of Best Fit, and Clash.

With a prolific and busy decade and a half, Arms and Sleepers has not showed any signs of slowing down. 2022 will bring a new album and a return to active post-pandemic touring, in addition to continued remix and collaborative projects. Such high rate of creative output has also coincided with Ramic co-founding Future Archive Recordings, an artist-run record label that has released music from the likes of Blockhead, Yppah, Sun Glitters, il:lo, Poldoore, and others. With a long and active history in the music industry, Arms and Sleepers has carved out its own unique place within the underground electronic music scene, building a loyal following along the way.

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