This weekend will help us see how yoga can hold the space around us with light and love, even through our daily stresses. How to we keep what is sacred to us alive and flourishing in our workplace, in our schedules? How do we stay healthy as the seasons change? How not to absorb the negative energies around us as we continue to build and fine-tune what serves us best? How to call in the sacred, the light, the divinity of all things so that all actions can be blessings? Learning to inhabit all the tools we have covered in earlier weekends integrated into our lives - this is our work this final weekend. We will review one more asana sequence, kriya, breath technique, and meditation to experience the chakras as major energetic channels, mantra as a means of setting our frequency, and the possibility of freedom in our thoughts as the primary aim of yoga.
When you complete these four weekends you have a better understanding of how you feel on a moment by moment, mood by mood basis. You will take how you feel and align it with how you want to feel and have the tools at hand to set the state you choose - or at least the practice to move towards it day after day. As a teacher, the aim of your classes can go far beyond the physical - hip openers or arm balance classes - to offer something that truly brings transformation to your students lives. Our prana is our life’s vitality, our health, the force and outcome of our desires and actions in the world. As you experience yourself and the wisdom of this tradition, you will feel how vast and possible you can be in your life.