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Essentials of Kundalini Yoga & Meditation for These Times of Crisis

Essentials of Kundalini Yoga & Meditation
for These Times of Crisis

Wednesdays | Sep 6th – Nov 29th | 7:30pm-8:45pm

While most people who are involved in disasters recover with the support of their families, friends and colleagues, the effects on some people’s health, relationships and well-being can be extensive and sustained. Flooding can challenge the resilience of the hardiest of people who are affected.

This 13 week series will highlight simple yoga sets and meditations which are effective in helping us:
– Get through challenging times,
– Keep our spirits aligned in a powerful projection of healing,
– Strengthen our nervous system,
– Connect with our breath,
– Maintain our balance,
while meeting the demands of accelerated personal and global change.

Beginners are encouraged to attend, everyone is welcome! Classes will incorporate the breath-work, postures, movements, mudras, mantras, relaxation and meditation practices of Kundalini Yoga for times of crisis.

Let’s stay connected and uplift one another through these challenging times.

Peace to all, love to all, light to all.

September 6 – Grounding after Stress & Sudden Shock
September 13 – When You Don’t Know What To Do
September 20 – Tranquilize the Mind
September 27 – Fear
October 4 – Recharge
October 11 – Calm Mind & Strong Nerves
October 18 – Throw off Stress
October 25 – Take Away Pain
November 1 – “Last Resort”
November 8 – Maintaining Balance
November 15 – Removing Obstacle
November 22 – Face the Future with Grace & Peace
November 29 – Awareness

$100 for 13 class series, or $10 per class. Drop-ins welcome!

For pre-registration and questions please contact Sat Siri.

“The kundalini experience does not mean you have gone into a deep breathless trance and are beyond this world . . . It integrates you more fully with reality and gives you a broader vision and sensitivity so that you can act more efficiently.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

“Only from the heart can you touch the sky.” ~ Jalal Al-Din Rumi