Relax, Renew and Rejoice – A Workshop With Satwinder Kaur Sran

 

SatwinderA workshop with Satwinder Kaur Sran – April 15,16 and 17 (Kundalini Yoga as Taught by Yogi Bhajan)

 

Workshop 1 – Friday, April 15 (7-9 pm) – De-Stress and Be Happy!!!

Stress is a daily part of our lives. What short Yogic Techniques can you apply in your daily life to relieve stress?

Through the practice of Postures, Breath, Mantra and Meditation you will learn the ancient teachings of Kundalini yoga to strengthen your nervous system and balance your  glandular system to gain more focus, feel more in control of your life and live Healthy and Happy!

Workshop 2 – Saturday, April 16 (1-3 pm and  4-6 pm) – Yoga for Insomnia

A second workshop from 4 to 6 pm has been added due to popular demand.

Both Saturday programs will be followed by tea and refreshments.

Research has shown significant improvements in sleep quality for those who practice daily yoga and meditation. Through the practice of Postures, Movement, Breath,
Mantra and Meditation you will learn the ancient Yogic Techniques for a peaceful
and a restful sleep.

Harvard-researched meditation technique will be practiced to improve your quality of sleep so you can wake up every morning feeling energized and rejuvenated.

Workshop 3 – Sunday, April 17 (2-4 pm) – Detox and Revitalize

Spring is in the air and it is time to kick start your body’s internal
cleansing system.

“Most people regularly tune-up their cars for peak performance and long
life. Not so with their own physical body. We forget that our own bodies need the same devoted attention and maintenance to give us the energy and well-being necessary for living a full and happy life. Kundalini Yoga is an ancient science with the technology to maintain and tune up the human body so that it can achieve peak performance at every age and stage of life”  -Yogi Bhajan

In this workshop we will bring awareness with movement, breath, mantra and meditation to release physical and emotional toxins and awaken new pathways for Vibrancy, Health and Vitality.

Workshop fee:

1 day    $25.00 plus GST
2 days  $40.00 plus GST
3 days  $55.00 plus GST

To register:

Call Yoga on Corydon 204-284-8877 or register in person.
Type of payment excepted:  cash, debit, cheque, Visa or Mastercard

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Karma (Free) Meditation Class

Karma Class

With Diane – Last Sunday of Each Month (Starting January 31, 2016)

7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Suggested Donation: $8

All Proceeds Going to Siloam Mission

In this hour long practice we will take some gentle stretches to prepare the body to sit.  Different methods of meditation will be explored each month.  The practice will wind up with a relaxation or Yoga Nidra.

We are very pleased to announce that our January class raised $295, which will provide the Siloam Mission with close to 100 meals.  Thank you to all attendees for your kind generosity.

Future class dates are February 28, March 20, April 24 and May 29, 7 pm to 8 pm.

Bookings can now be made on Doodle.

Please note that you will have to email us if you wish to cancel a class.

 

 

Free Classes

DSC_1540We are offering free classes on:

  • Introductory class, Friday, February 26, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., and
  • Couples Yoga on Friday, March 4, from 6:00 to 7:15 p.m.

Please call us at 204-284-8877, or e-mail yogaoncorydon@gmail.com for more information, and to register.

Yin Yoga by Diane

YinYoga 1Diane’s Stretch & Relax classes feature a slow-paced style of yoga known as Yin Yoga.

The Yin yoga classes are on Sundays 10:30 – 11:45 am and Mondays 7:45- 9:00 pm.

Yin Yoga is a practice that targets the deep connective tissues of the body – ligaments, bones and joints.  Poses are typically held for minutes at a time and generally target the pelvis, hips and lower spine.  A regular Yin practice is a great balance to active yoga styles, regulating the flow of energy in the body, releasing tension and developing a greater range of motion in the body.

YinYoga2The pictures on this page are from the Sunday morning class. The students are in a hip/groin opening posture called the Tadpole.YinYoga3

 

 

 

 

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Yogis In The Wild

Most Yogis like the outdoors, and Jana and Diane are no exception. This summer they were able to enjoy some holidays at the lake, where they kept up their daily exercises.