Rhythmic Yoga & Movement Meditation Jam

Day and Time

Sat, 10 December 2016 04:00PM - 06:30PM
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from $37.00

Most of us have forgotten the art of letting the body reveal its wisdom to us through movement. This class will be a safe place, totally free of judgment, to open up and let the body have its freedom.

This will be an exploration of the body’s intelligence to process, embody and RELEASE the stuff – you know, our familiar friends - fear, doubt, old patterns, old habits, that hold us back from living our Highest Expression. It's time say "thank you, you served a purpose at one point in my life, but I'm ready to let you go!"

Only at this event, you get to let it go with a powerful ritual that electrifies your body, mind, senses and soul.

Here’s what you can expect at this event:

We’ll start by getting centered through a short, guided meditation, and then we’ll begin by opening our body with Creative Rhythmic Yoga warm up, which will set the stage for our Yogic Movement Meditation.

Then the musicians are going to transport us beyond our self-imposed limitations to a beautiful, liberated space of rhythm, energy, and FREEDOM!

My friend and talented percussionist "wicked" Gary Fitz will be accompanying us on Conga drums and other percussive instruments, together with his partner on the Didgeridoo!

In most workouts and systems of movement, we try to control and conform the body – it’s “mind over body”, as they say. But sometimes, we need to let the body do some talking too!

So here’s your chance - the structured warm up will give way eventually to a free-form movement experience, driven by percussion and music, and your own body’s intelligence.

Just leave your self-consciousness at the door – it's time to let it rip!

Are you game?

Think of it as a unique kind of dance party with a Sacred Purpose - with awesome music, where everyone present is a spiritual seeker!

I hope you’ll join me for this unique and groovy celebration.

Look forward to seeing you there!

Collaborator

Mariko Hirakawa Mariko Hirakawa