Category: Classes

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Whole-ness in Union

There is a radiant child in all of us. Daily life will draw us into routines and patterns of relating that can draw us away from our natural wonder, but it just takes a moment to stop and look around. Yoga is a way of relating to that wonder. And it creates a space for...

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Gong Immersion & Meditation

The Gong immersion and meditation, through the creative sound and vibration of the Gong, allows for deep relaxation and rejuvenation. We will move gently, meditate and have a 45 minute gong bath. “The sound will carry you beyond your fears. The pressure (of the vibration of the gong) will release the nervous system of many...

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Naad Your Head If You Like To Chant!

Have you ever sung a heartfelt song and felt uplifted and light afterwards? There’s a reason for it. When we sing, we create a vibration in our head and body that changes the chemicals in our brain that make us feel good. In Kundalini Yoga, we chant mantras. “Man” means mind, and “trang” means projection...

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Kids Yoga Is Serious Playtime

These days the whole family can play yoga together. Many yogi bambinos have been practicing yoga from conception. Women are using yoga to stay healthy in pregnancy and recover from childbirth, making yoga play dates at local studios with their toddlers and graduating them to kids yoga classes by preschool.   This has been one...

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Siest-asana

By Kerry Porter Wills Summer is on the horizon and will be in view for many months to come. I have already begun some of my summer rituals—cold showers, iced sun tea and perhaps most importantly, an afternoon siesta. It’s common in the hotter regions of the world to dial it down during the hottest...