Enrollments for December 15, 2018 - December 14, 2019

Sound Meditation with ShaamaahS with Ron Fearing

Thu Date: Jan 03 2019 From: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
This workshop is designed to be accessible by all levels of yogic, and meditative pursuits and will
cover these subjects.
• Sound meditation theory involving both esoteric and analytical approaches.
• Spinal Pranayamic breath via Shushumna visualization.
• Chakra energy point stimulation via visualization and “brushing / stirring” techniques.

• Chakra Bija Mantra toning and optional Mudra exercises.
• Breath Awareness, focusing Mantra, and optional 3rd eye “lock”.
• Following these exercises I will perform a 1 hour Chakra sound meditation. Students will have
an opportunity to either lay in Svasana, or sitting meditation to include optional Chakra
visualization, Mudra, and 3rd eye lock.
• All attendees with receive a high resolution 1hr long Himalayan bowl Chakra meditation and
“cheat sheet” with Chakra descriptions, Mudra, and Mantras.
• Students will leave this class with the ability to practice, and develop their own personal
meditation practice.
For an audio preview of the sound meditation go to


*Please note, the cutoff date for signing up for this event is December 27th and we will have a minimum enrollment requirement.  Please share with your friends!

Starting New & Moving Forward: Vision Board Workshop with Janese Carstens

Sat Date: Jan 26 2019 From: 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
During this 4 hour workshop, you'll create a vision board that is a result of working through what you really want to create in your life. Our time together will be filled with group time, alone time, discussion time, reflection time, break time, and meal time. These four hours will fly by as each person considers the life they are living, the life they desire to live, and the space in between reality and desire.

**The first 15 registrants will receive a special gift at the workshop for TAKING THE FIRST STEP!**

This workshop is for you if...

You're wanting to start off the new year with new intention.

You're feeling uncertain or indecisive.

You're feeling determined, yet lacking motivation.

You're curious and want to find out more.

You're looking for a new path or purpose.

The most effective way a vision board works is as a tool for you and when you connect with how you relate to everything that you've allowed in your life up to now. A month before the event, you will receive a weekly email to get your thoughts and excitement flowing before we begin.

The untapped potential energy each person has is limited mostly by their own thoughts and emotions. Through various exercises (no worries, there isn't any public sharing) you will learn how to tap into that potential and create opportunities to put your vision board into action.

Grab a friend and register for this workshop now!

There will be light snacks and beverages served throughout the workshop as well as all materials needed to create your vision board.

Yoga Nidra with Jeremy Wolfe with Jeremy Wolfe

Wed Date: Jan 30 2019 From: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Yoga Nidra is the traditional tantric practice of deep, conscious relaxation that was formally adapted by Swami Satyananda Saraswati. It is a meditation technique used for effectively imprinting new patterns on the mind and body, harmonizing the deeper unconscious states of the mind and awakening one’s inner potential. Through the practice of Yoga Nidra, we can induce a state of complete physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. This transformative practice works at the deepest levels to release tensions, old patterns, conditioning, and self-limiting beliefs.

The science of Yoga Nidra is used to heal a variety of disorders including stress and depression. It also proves effective in aiding in the management of psychosomatic disorders, hypertension, asthma, and in relieving pain. Through the technique of re-imprinting the mind, Yoga Nidra works as a transformative practice that allows one to disengage from restrictive physical, mental, and emotional patterning and eliminate undesirable, long standing behaviors and acquired conditioning.