Introduction to the Chakras | 3-Class Series on Tuesdays | June 28th – July 12th | 6:30pm-7:45pm | Live-streamed via Zoom
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Chakras are centers of spinning energy that nourish our physical body, affecting our perceptions, feelings, the flow and types of thoughts we have, and much more. Sometimes, one or more of the chakras can get unbalanced, which can lead to a variety of physical, mental and spiritual ailments. Clearing and balancing the chakras opens the senses and integrates them into a network that can relate to the larger source field of energy from which we came and to which we return. The exercises, pranayama, and meditations in this series focus on balancing the chakras and clearing the blocks to the free natural flowing energy through them, resulting in balancing and maximizing the functioning of the body, mind and spirit. Each class includes yoga, meditation and deep relaxation to the sound vibrations of the gong and crystal bowls.
Jun 28th: Lower Triangle of Chakras (1st, 2nd and 3rd chakras)
Jul 5th: Heart Chakra and Aura (4th and 8th chakras)
Jul 12th: Upper Triangle of Chakras (5th, 6th, 7th chakras)
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About the Instructor
Sylvia (spiritual name “Charan”) wears many hats — from IT Professional to wife, mother and grandmother. But her passion is Kundalini Yoga and Meditation. After many years searching for self-healing, by practicing various forms of yoga, meditation and energy-related healing modalities, she found that the technology of Kundalini Yoga is what works for her. Her mission is to help others find what she found — deep healing on all levels,stress reduction, peace, and a better quality of life. Having begun her own yoga practice later in life, she feels that yoga can be practiced at any age and flexibility level, and wants to share the many benefits with others. Her specialty is gentle yoga, with inspiring music, meditation and relaxation to the healing sounds of the gong and crystal bowls. Sylvia is an IKYTA certified, RYT-200 yoga teacher, and teaches at Yoga Central on Tuesday evenings 6:30pm.