Introduction to the Chakras Series
Tools for Intense Times
There’s no denying that the past year has been a hot, transformative period – and the immediate future shows no sign of letting up! Thankfully, Yoga offers resources to help us stay grounded, curious, and even hopeful in times of suffering. It can help us sit in the difficult stuff – and gives us tools to navigate an uncertain future.
One of these tools is the science of the chakras: centers of electricity in the body that correspond to organs, endocrine glands, and nerve plexuses. The chakras can teach us more about ourselves and the world around us, including how to better be in relation to others.
For example, if you struggle with speaking up and advocating for yourself, you most likely have deficiency in the throat chakra, solar plexus chakra, or both. There are breathing practices, yoga postures, meditation protocols, journal exercises, and many more applications you can implement to healing deficiency or excess in a chakra.
Just learning more about the chakra system and fostering better balance among these various circuit centers of electricity can cultivate more balance, wholeness, and happiness. And who couldn’t use more of that right now!? 🙂
Join Leigh-Ann Renz for this 4 class series to explore each chakra, how they harmonize together for balance & wellness, and how you can work with them to support your goals. No prior yoga experience required:
– Wednesday, March 3rd, 3:30 – 5 PM
– Monday, March 8th, 3:30 – 5 PM
– Wednesday, March 10th, 3:30 – 5 PM
– Monday, March 15th, 3:30 – 5 PM
// socially distanced & masked in the studio
// socially distanced outside if weather permits
// $90 for all 4 sessions
// if you have any questions or need anymore information, please email leighann AT waynesvilleyogacenter.com
This course is offered both in-person and virtually! We have only 7 in-person spots (first come, first serve), and expect them to go quickly, so register to save yours: 1) via the form below; 2) on our class calendar; 3) call 828.246.6570; or 4) email firstname.lastname@example.org