Connect to and express from your natural state, and care for yourself through a yin yoga and creative meditation practice, accompanied by the soundscape of holiday music.
We will begin with setting an intention then flow into a yin yoga practice:
✵ Dive deep into your inner landscape through a yin yoga sequence centered on postures that open your heart and nurture your true nature. Embrace this opportunity to fully relax, receive, and rejuvenate, harnessing bliss. While in each posture, healing touch will help you to enrich the experience of love.
After creating space in the body & mind, we will anchor into our hearts through the open-eye meditation:
✵ Meditate with a kaleidoscopic mandala for love and abundance. The mandala will create an inner shift to harmonize all the parts of you into alignment with your true nature. Supported by this energy field, draw and express your genuine desires and insights. Take home your empowering masterpiece as a reminder of love.
This is open to all – no yoga or drawing experience required!
Sara shares the practices of cultivating pure energy through movement, meditation, mindfulness, & massage. She earned her 200-hour certification in yoga teaching through the True Nature Wellness program in Santa Monica, California in early 2015. She leads Yin Yang Yoga weekly at Mystic Journey Yoga.
SwAnn is an artist, art/yoga/meditation teacher & Reiki master. She holds degrees in Biochemistry from Barnard College, Fine Arts from School of Visual Arts & Yoga (Prana Yoga & Kundalini). She taught art & yoga to children & adults in NYC from 1997 - 2011. Since March 2010, after transformative experiences, she creates KaleiStars, Kaleidoscopic Mandalas, that she exhibits since 2012. Since 2013, she teaches a heart-centering practice she developed around these vibrant images.
Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring your own reusable water bottle as water is provided. Come with comfortable clothing.
We recommend ride sharing, but there is also street parking available on Lincoln Blvd, Nowita Pl, Palms Blvd, Superba Ave, and other neighborhood streets.