Events at the Yoga Gallery of Healing Arts in Winston Salem
Kundalini Yoga Series
with Andrea Amanpreet Kaur
Tuesdays, November 11 – December 30, 2014
6 - 7:30 pm
Chakras are energetic organizing centers located along the spine that govern our life, behavior, moods and consciousness. Their functions are to receive, process, assimilate, and transmit life energies. Together they form a network that expresses and coordinates our complex mind/body/emotion/spirit system.
The whole spine is a pole of energy vortices. We work with each Chakra separately to identify and experience their unique attributes und contributions to our human experience. However, Kundalini Yoga works on the Chakras simultaneously and progressively. As we open and balance one Chakra, we impact the others. As we activate and open channels in our spine, strengthen the nervous system, and stimulate our glandular system, all our Chakras serve us.
Whether you chose to travel through one Chakra, or several out of context, or embark on the voyage of ascending all of them, with this yoga series you will activate your Kundalini -your awareness, and raise the frequency of your energy. This in turn will have you experience life more fully and expel negative mental and emotional conditioning.
Led by Sue Evans
Thursday, Nov. 27
Get the turkey or tofurkey in the oven and come downtown to practice gratitude with Sue. She will lead you through gentle stretching and sun salutations, heart opening, back bending and deep relaxation.
Bring your out of town guests or family and share your class pass with them. This practice will send you off on your travels, or back into your kitchen feeling peaceful and ready to give thanks with everyone seated around the table.
First Friday Gallery Hop
Friday, Dec. 5
7:00 - 9 p.m.
Join us at the studio in the heart of the Downtown Arts District, for our Holiday Open House.
Our wonderful artists/yogis Sue Rumble, Wenda Clinard and Molly Bean will have holiday crafts, jewelry, and art for sale.
What a great way to get your Christmas list finished and support local artists and crafters!
Bring your holiday spirit and enjoy some refreshments and Holiday Cheer!
with Andrea Amanpreet Kaur
Wednesday, Dec. 3
7:45 - 9 p.m.
"We are all powerful healers and have the potential, through our intentions and prayers, to spread healing and light where it is needed most."
~ Gurudev Kaur
With monthly meditations we touch upon and engage the current full moon energies.
Channel healing for friends, family and ourselves;
our community and the world we live in.
We experience an introduction to Kundalini Yoga, an ancient technology designed to raise consciousness.
We recite what Yogi Bhajan called the most powerful healing mantra on the planet.
After class stay for Yogi tea and sharing.
Meditation cost $16 or use your class card.
CLICK HERE TO GET A CLASS PASS.
No experience necessary
Andrea also teaches a morning Kundalini class on Mondays at 7:30-8:30 a.m., and they are a favorite of our teachers.
with Cristin Whiting
3-5 p.m. Saturday, Dec 20
and ongoing 3rd Saturday
The on-going Women's Satsang will be held on the third Saturday of each month 3-5 p.m. starting Oct. 18 at the Yoga Gallery of Healing Arts, 534 N. Liberty St.
Satsang is a gathering of people who come together to seek truth and wisdom. This series is for women who are interested in exploring their spiritual truths, grounded in communion with other women.
Each month a new topic related to the feminine experience of the divine will be explored through yoga philosophy, altar building, meditation and a hatha flow (levels 1 and 2).
The fee is $20, but no one will be turned away for inability to pay.
TO REGISTER FOR WOMEN'S SATSANG CLICK HERE.
To make alternative payment or donation arrangements, to discuss scholarships or donate a scholarship to enable a woman to attend, email email@example.com.
Cristin Whiting is both a yoga teacher and clinical psychologist. She completed her 250-hour yoga teacher training at Asheville Community Yoga and she has received additional certification in Yoga of Recovery from Satchidananda Ashram/Yogaville. This yogic training was a natural extension of her psychology education. In 2001 Cristin earned a doctorate in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology which integrated women's psychology and addiction recovery with mind/body medicine. Cristin works in her private psychotherapy practice in Winston Salem and is a professor at Wake Forest University.
If you cancel your workshop attendance at least 7 days prior to the workshop, you will receive a full refund minus a 20% administration fee. Cancellations made less that 7 days from event will not be issued a refund, unless your space is filled by another. If that occurs, you will also receive a full refund minus a 20% administration fee. No refunds are available for no-shows. Refunds are given by check and may take up to two weeks.