Prana relates to the flow of life force throughout our energy channels. The most effective way to influence the movement of prana is through the breath. The practice of Pranayama roughly means various breathing techniques.
These two hour workshops combine flowing body movement with relaxation techniques to nourish the soul. No two workshops are the same and each session will focus on a different aspect of meditation to enhance the body/mind connection
Gong meditation is a unique type of sound practice that involves using therapeutic gong sounds and vibrations to bring about healing. It is often referred to as a gong bath because participants are bathed in the gong sound waves.
The ancient practice of Kirtan or yoga mantra chanting is gaining popularity. It has the ability to open the heart and quiet the mind. This doesn’t have to be a religious experience, so you can just think of it as a sing-along.
Yin is a form of yoga that stretches the connective tissue in the key areas of the pelvis hips and spine, gently opening your body to improve your flexibility. It allows you to just 'be' in the pose, finding stillness and relaxation