Embodying Abundance: Yoga & Your Financial Life, 8-week series
Tuesdays, April 2 - May 21, 2019
12:30 - 2:30 pm * $160 * Harmony Yoga
Creating an abundant life begins with your thoughts. As yogis, part of your practice is self-study (Swadhyaya). In order to move towards fully realizing yourself and manifesting the life you want, you must know your stumbling blocks and limiting beliefs so you can move past them.
This 8-week series will be a deep study of your relationship to creating ABUNDANCE in your life. You will look at core values and beliefs around money and resources and learn techniques to change your beliefs.
Each week there will be tangible exercises for you to understand your past relationship to money, to evaluate what you really want in your life, and how to get a handle on taking control of your finances to create the life you envision.
Exercises will include looking at the following:
What do you want from your money?
Facing your beliefs about money and abundance.
Clearing clutter from your life.
Creating new truths.
Tracking your expenditures.
Talk about savings and the future.
Making dreams more tangible.
We will practice various asana and meditations to ground these exercises into our physical beings.
This 8-week series is an opportunity to perceptibly embody a new relationship to your resources and what you are attracting to yourself.
We will also practice asana and meditation to stabilize the Root chakra (Muladhara). We can create the lives we want. We need to stretch ourselves past our comfort zones in order craft our dream life. . (Limit 20 people)
REGISTER Here: www.harmonyoga.com
Spring Equinox Workshop: A Tribute to Mary Oliver
Friday, March 29, 2019 * 5:30 - 8:00 pm *. $35
As we celebrate the coming of Spring, we will pay homage to Mary Oliver this evening, master poet who observed all of the seasons so passionately.
Celebrate Spring and set intention to nurture what is budding within you this year. This evening’s practice will interweave yin yoga, reflection, poetry and slow deep movement into one long ritual welcoming Spring – the spring within you and the season that is upon us.
Yin Yoga Spring Renewal
Friday, May 24, 2019 * 6:00 - 8:00 pm
This evening promised to leave you feeling nourished by a rich and deep yoga practice, soulful poetry, and some self-care tips for Spring. Bring a journal for some reflection time.
Summer Solstice: Passion
Friday, June 21, 2019 * 5:30 - 8:00 pm * $35
Summer is about passion! We spend our time out and about – doing lots of fun things. It’s the most active time of year.
This workshop will focus on mindfully creating intention for this passionate season. You will contemplate your own passions and how to manifest them and shine your light more brightly.
Through the combined practices of Pranayama, Yin & Yang Yoga and Meditation we will welcome in Summer with conscious intentions. You’ll also learn practices to counterbalance the heat of the season. Please bring a pen and your journal if you have one.
Thanksgiving Day: Gratitude
Thursday, November 28th * 9:30 - 11:30 am
($15 - $30 donation for Second Harvest)
Do you want to fill your holiday with Gratitude and start it by feeling great in your body and heart?
Then join your yoga community and open your heart through your practice so you can harness that energy and take it into the holiday! We fill ourselves first so we can gratefully and abundantly give to others later! Come. It will be beautiful to be together.
Winter Solstice: Seeing with Different Eyes
Friday, December 20th * 5:30 - 8:00 pm * $35
“Time to go into the dark, where the night has eyes, to recognize its own.”David Whyte
The darkest time of the year gives us time to turn inwards and rekindle the flame within. Take time to be with your SELF this Winter Solstice to hear the deeper whisperings for your own path. The intention of this evening is to open ritual space to honor our own inner light, while not turning away from our own darkness, but to make space for ALL parts of ourselves.
Enjoy a deep yoga practice combining yin and yang yoga, poetry and nourishing self-reflection.