A 8-Class Series,
Wednesdays June 9 – July 28
Live classes 18:00 – 19:00 CET(integrated practice), Recordings available
12:00 EST, 9:00 PST
Reset, Reintegrate, Regulate and Thrive
This nourishing series of group classes is intended to support us during this powerful time of transition.
For over a year, we have been living with a greater awareness of profound uncertainty, which leaves a deep impression on our nervous system. Though each of us is experiencing the pandemic in different ways, none of us can avoid its challenges completely.
We will gather each week for nourishment, support, and most importantly, to remind our BodyMind that we can move forward with a sense of hope, recovery, and joy. We will utilize Ritual, Simple conscious movement, Conscious breathing, resting, and sitting in silence.
Recommended Price (including access to recordings):
$12/12€ per class or
$60/60€ for the series
(Pricing is flexible to support anyone in need of financial support – No one will be excluded due to financial limitations)
What is Kriya Yoga?
Are we are willing to be with the silence of this moment, with the light deep within the light of the heart? Turning to the peace that already is, let’s call that awareness. If I call that awareness, then if I make the right effort to turn towards that via intimacy of my breath. This stillness is a mirror. Through this mirror, we come to a place of clarity that is compassionate and aware that is connects with this moment. We see ourselves tied to the highest quality, nourishing quality as compassion, spaciousness, and joy. As we make the right effort to connect with that, it will inspire and continue to inspire us in any and every situation that presents itself – in our inner life, relationships, community, and with our dear and complex world. We are in training, and our goal is wholeness.
The goal is not to be controlled, but to be aware. Sometimes we take awareness as an extension of controlling our lives, our thoughts, feelings, children, diets, etc. We can watch this. This control can sometimes be a way of being unkind to ourselves if it arises out of judgment. The ultimate goal in Yoga is grace/freedom – it cannot be achieved; it is something that reveals itself. The sutras do talk about control and changing things, the methodology. How do we practice? the sutras say (Sutra I-12) – Abyasa (persevering practice) and Vairagya (with non-attachement) – observing ourselves in this kind of practice makes us more aware of the fact that we are not necessarily in control of our own transformation.