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August 14 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 5:30pm on Tuesday, repeating until August 28, 2018
Join us for a special 10-week summer practice, perfect for both beginner and experienced yogis and meditators.
Some types of yoga are structured as a physical workout. Others lean toward meditation. Kundalini Yoga is the best of both of those worlds. With a strong focus on mantra and breathing techniques, each class is composed of a specific set of exercises that generate energy and organize that energy.
Kundalini yoga is often referred to as the yoga of awakening. The practice sheds light on self-imposed limitations, inviting you to think out of your comfort zone, access your intuitive mind, and live in that place of wisdom.
The 10-week program will offer you the chance to:
*Experience meditation and bring the simple practice into your everyday life
*Heal and awaken through sound therapy- Gong baths each session
*Learn the healing effects of specific kriyas (groups of exercises)
*Experience deep mantra and how it opens us in profound and unexpected ways
$18 drop-in class
With Sarah Brassard
For the past fifteen years, Sarah Brassard has been guiding women from a place of struggle in life to one of grace, peace, and ease through her signature process of sacred self-care. Her book, Inside: A Guide to the Resources Within to Stay Vibrant and Alive Through All Life’s Challenges, details the self-care practices that sparked her healing journey. It will hit shelves in the summer of 2018. When she’s not writing, teaching, mentoring, or working on her own self-care practice, you can find her getting intentionally lost on a dog walk or laughing with friends and family on her porch at her family property in Cape Cod. Sarah presents at corporate and nonprofit venues both big and small and currently hosts Mindfulness, Meditation, and Stress Reduction classes at Stanley Black & Decker. Her work is ignited by an enthusiastic dedication to integrating body, mind, heart, and spirit as well as an unshakeable conviction that there’s nothing in life that can’t be healed.