Silent Savasana is a powerful yoga movement offering a memorable, playful and inspiring version of yoga that infuses the practice, community and music into each event.
Created by renowned instructor Dray Gardner, each practice is grounded in the principles of balance, discipline, self-acceptance and strength of mind.
When you walk into a Silent Savasana event you are immediately transported into an urban oasis in which the settings are handpicked to deliver a unique and transformative experience for yoga practitioners of all levels.
Participants are greeted with a pair of state-of-the-art headsets, which transmit the instructor’s voice and a carefully curated live DJ set, allowing for a distinctive and personal journey through the modalities of spoken word, music and meditation.
We specialize in large-scale events and unique yoga experiences and have been voted “Best Yoga/Pilates” in Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2016 Best of Las Vegas Awards.
Our vision is to create the most innovative yoga movement of the 21st century and change as many lives as possible through transformative experiences that cultivate self-exploration and discovery with self-love, authenticity and forgiveness as guiding principles.
About Dray Gardner
Born to a family of musicians and raised in Southern California, Dray discovered yoga in 2006 when a doctor told him it was the only option if he wanted to heal himself from chronic back pain coupled with nerve and tissue damage, a result of years playing contact sports. It was on a cane that he walked into his first yoga class, and true to his nature Dray signed up for a 60-Day challenge.
Yoga allowed his mind and body to have brand-new experiences, teaching him balance, discipline, focus, determination, strength, flexibility, and peace of mind through meditation. It was in learning the science behind yoga and how the practice supports every muscle, tendon, joint, and organ down to a cellular level that truly hooked Dray, leading him to what has become his life’s work and dharma.
In 2007, with the love and support of his family, Dray attended his first teacher training so that he could share the gift was given to him through the practice. Being an eternal student, he continued his quest for knowledge and personal growth by studying with Sri Dharma Mittra in 2011. It was there at the Dharma Center in New York that Dray’s commitment to yoga and living his truth was reaffirmed.