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Cancelled: Yogic Wellness: Asanas and Yoga Namaskar

Updated: Aug 4, 2023



Yogic Wellness: Asanas and Yoga Namaskar


7/21 UPDATE: This workshop has been cancelled.


Asanas are a way of aligning the inner system and adjusting it to the celestial geometry, thereby becoming in sync with the existence and naturally achieving a chemistry of healthfulness, joyfulness, blissfulness, and above all, balance. In an untrained state, the human body is a constant manifestation of various levels of compulsiveness. By consciously forming the body into a certain posture, one creates a conducive passage for energy flow that can elevate one’s consciousness.


Yoga Namaskar is a very simple and complete process by itself that nurtures the physical, psychological, and energy dimensions of a human being. The simple action of bringing our two hands together is a way of creating harmony to the entire system.


Benefits:

  • Brings balance and stability to the system

  • Strengthens lower back muscles

  • Decelerates of the aging process

  • Evolution of body and mind towards a higher possibility

  • Relief from chronic health conditions


"If you consciously hold an asana, it can alter the way you think, feel, and experience life. This is what Hatha Yoga can do."- Sadhguru


FORMAT: This is a in-person workshop taking place in the studio at One Yoga 2637 27th Ave S #207 Minneapolis, Mn 55406 This workshop will take place over two days and attendance of both days is required. Online pre-registration or in-person day-of purchase is required to attend this workshop. Please register for only the first date and we will add you to the roster for the second date. Please email any questions about your online account or the workshop to info@one-yoga.org.


PRICING: This workshop is priced on a sliding scale to support folks who would like to attend but may not have the financial means to do so. Choose an amount that feels right for you.


2-Day Weekend Workshop

Led by Pria Nepal

Saturday, July 22, 3:00-5:30pm

Sunday, July 23, 2:30-5:00pm

In-person


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