Kundalini Workshop

side face 2Kundalini Warrior Workshop is the yoga of awareness. It’s a process that will take you beyond your mind and straight into your heart.  You’ll be using your body and breath as your vehicle! Come learn the basics of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan in this special workshop, Kundalini Warrior Workout. What you’ll experience is a rythmic asana practice designed to challenge your physical body and quiet the chatter of your mind. Through a rigorous set of yogic exercises and breath, you’ll strengthen your nervous system, increase the efficiency of your lungs and build stamina.  Disease develops when the body gets less oxygen, elimination slows down and the brain, organs and glands decrease in their functioning.  This workshop will rejuvenate all systems and inspire you to maintain a regular practice that will keep you feeling vital, healthy and strong each and every day of your life. Meet the warrior within you ~ and your life will begin to unfold in magical ways!

When: Sunday April 26th
Time: 1:00pm – 3:30pm
Teacher: Meisha Bosma
Cost: $25
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Special for Returning Students, 10 Class Card for $50

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Intro to Mindfulness Meditation Class

Phil selfiIntro to Mindfulness Meditation Class 

Teacher: Phil Engelhardt
When: Wednesday 10:30-11:15am, Friday 10:30-11:15am, Sunday 9:15-10:15am
Donation based:  ($5-$10 suggested)
As in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
If you have been doing Asana yoga, your getting more flexible, stronger, relaxed, finding more space in your body.  You may be aware that the yoga practice originated in India as a part of a spiritual discipline. You may not know that the original practice has more to due with the mind than the body.  Yet Asana practice has an effect, there is a mind body connection, the mind is calmer more balanced.  Our lives are richer for it.We all seek self fulfillment, in this consumer oriented society we do this by getting, or doing.  Always something to get or do, a bucket list, a slight reprieve as we scratch something off the list.  Then with fulfillment should come gratification, contentment.  But it doesn’t last, something else to do or acquire.  The inner void remains.  Whats the meaning of life?  Is there a deeper purpose?  My teacher would say “ Look at the tombstone. A name, birth date, dash, death date. The whole life experience represented by the dash.” In the end is that what it amounts to, a dash on the tombstone?  Read more »
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