Bhāva Fridays™ offers a live musical & yoga experience. Our special signature class of Abhaya Yoga, is the perfect end to your week. The teacher and the musician collaborate to create the mood, vibe, or “bhāv”. Enjoy a sweet, flowing asana practice attuned to the musical ambience while cultivating devotion and surrender. Let your mind go, be carried by the magical sounds, and allow your heart and body be free to celebrate Friday night, 6:45 – 8 PM!

Bhāva Schedule – Abhaya Gowanus

Musical Talent
January 24th
Tara Glazier
Recording artist, Singer/Songwriter/Composer, Sound Healer and guitarist Lakshmi Marfil Delgado has spent her life working, singing and recording
January 31st
Tara Glazier
Tomek Regulski
Manhattan-based composer of classical music, and sitarist
February 7th
Tara Glazier
Sathrak Mudgal
Classical Indian tablaist and guitarist
February 14th
Tara Glazier
Ben Corson
Benjamin Corson, a French Guitarist with more than 20 years experience
February 21st
Paula Cunha
Clinton Greenlee
Clinton Greenlee is a New York City based musician, composer, and educator. As a bassist/guitarist he performs new & original music throughout the city and nationally
February 28th
Tara Glazier
Tomek Regulski
Manhattan-based composer of classical music, and sitarist

Origins of the word Bhāva

“Bhāva is a sanskrit word that can be defined as “a way of being, a state of mind, temperament, attitude, personal manner, and also, “mood, feeling, sentiment, emotion”. In some contexts, it also means “inner essence or “spiritual heart”.” Excerpt Exquisite Love, by Bill Mahony Mahabhava: “The “great state, sublime state” that is Love; similarly, the devotional love that supports, stands within, and yet also transcends all other states.” Excerpts from Exquisite Love, by Bill Mahony


Miriam Butterman
“Friday evening Bhava class is deeply integrated and open experience of movement, wisdom and music. It’s evening of letting go with the body, while my mind rests into my heart. I’ve been coming to Bhava classes for six years and the evening never fails me. I leave with a reset into my natural vibe, blissed out each and every time.”
– Miriam B.
On the banks of the Yamuna The flute was heard. The Flute-Player has captured my heart, My soul has not strength to withstand. Dark Himself, Krishna is seated on a dark blanket By the waters of the Yamuna. On hearing the sounds of the flute I lose body-consciousness, My body remaining like a stone. 15th-16th century poet, Mirabai