Acu-Yoga Chakra Series – Single Session – CANCELLED
Due to a reported case of the Coronavirus in Olmsted County, we are suspending all events at the Spirituality Center until further notice. We are doing so as a precaution, in respect for the residents and staff at Assisi Heights. Thank you for your understanding. Please check back often, as the situation may change.
Acu-Yoga Chakra Series – Single Session
April 4, 9:00am-11:30am
$35 per person for individual sessions, preregistered/prepaid.
The chakra system is an ancient Indian philosophical understanding of the energetic interaction of the spirit-mind-body complex. How can we use the chakra system to go inward and grow in awareness of the subtle and spiritual working of our being? How can we listen to the cues of our physical bodies as insights for inner transformation?
To bring about changes in the body and mind, we must also understand the energy through which they work. Drawing on the five elements, we will explore the classical approach to the chakras and their three levels of working and their relationships to various aspects of our being. These sessions incorporate various inner and external therapies — traditional and contemporary — for each chakra, to include contemplative practices, personal reflection and prayer, breathing exercises, mantras, yoga and acupuncture. Sessions include: 1-Earth, 2-Water, 3-Fire, 4-Air, 5-Ether, and 6-Mind.
Bring a yoga mat and blanket and a journal for reflections. Wear loose and comfortable clothing to accommodate yoga and acupuncture.
This series is co-lead by Carolyn Isaak and Melissa Schultz. Carolyn Isaak holds an MS in Health Promotion Studies from Purdue University and is a Certified Yoga Instructor. She has been promoting the benefits of yoga in various Rochester’s institutions including Mental Health practices and Mayo Clinic. Melissa Schultz practices acupuncture and Chinese Herbalism in Rochester. For 20 years, her interests in holistic healing systems that incorporate body, mind and spirit led her to pursue studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2004. She uses the insights of world medicine and the perennial wisdom for healing of humanity in her employment. Melissa is currently a student of the Living School through the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which was founded by Father Richard Rohr.
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