October 13, 2019, 5-7pm

Join us for this special evening of meditation & sound healing as we take in the sunset over Lake Michigan on a beautiful yacht, courtesy of Free Spirit Yacht Cruises.

On board the yacht, I will guide you through a meditation to draw your awareness inward & bring you to a state of peace & stillness, then Crystal Serenity of Sound Bath Escape will play a combination of pure quartz crystal bowls & pyramids bringing you on a deep healing journey within.

Connecting to the spiritual energies of the full moon & elements of nature while meditating provides an opportunity to connect deeply with our inner wisdom and with nature. Sound healing tunes you deeper into meditation, heals your body by reducing stress and anxiety, and brings you to a more relaxed, balanced, and focused state of bliss.

 

This will be a very special and healing experience.

October 12, 2019, 1-3pm

Connecting with the phases of the moon can bring awareness to other cycles and rhythms within your own body, mind, heart, and spirit.

The full moon is said to heighten the activity of the mind, amplifying conscious thoughts as well as pulling sub-conscious ones to the surface/conscious mind. ... Meditating during the full moon provides an opportunity to connect deeply with our inner wisdom and with nature. Extraordinary spiritual energies are available during the five day period around the full moon.

This class will combine a blend of yogic practices such as asana, pranayama, mantra, kriya & kundalini designed to open the heart & mind, integrate body & spirit, transcend old patterns, and bring you to a state of stillness & bliss. We will end the practice with Japa Meditation, using mala beads to chant 108 rounds of a mantra of your choice. I will give options of mantras in Sanskrit as well as English or you can create your own mantra which can be used as a daily meditation practice. I will teach you how to use the mala beads & will provide Sandalwood mala beads from India for you to take home with you. 

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"To live will be an awfully big adventure"

 

~Peter Pan