- Nov 16, 2021
- $60 per person
Tuning In: An Introduction to the Chakras and the More Subtle Energy Body
Ages 16 – 110
Saturday, 9:00am – 1:00pm
A Workshop on Yoga, Movement, Breathing, Meditation, and Self-Study
During these few past decades, and especially these past few years, there has been an increased interest in learning more about non-medicated-oriented energy and healing modalities, yoga, meditation, and breathing practices that contribute positively to daily life. Yoga asana (postures), meditation, and intentional breathing practices assist us in experiencing the world in ways that bring more peace and calm into our daily life. One way to tune into the body’s inner wisdom, balance, and to enhance greater self-love is to hone in on a focused study of the ancient knowledge associated with the Chakras, or energy centers in the body. There are 7 primary energy centers in the body. During this 4-hour workshop, students will experience an introduction to these 7 chakras and explore in an experiential way yoga asana (postures) and meditations that heighten awareness and connection to the self’s more subtle energy body. Students will explore relationships between the chakras and human anatomy and to individual decision-making processes in order to enhance one’s daily state of being as it associated with a deeper connection with the inner-self, with others, and with the world around them. This workshop merges yoga, movement, and meditation techniques, with informative talks, and snacks provided throughout the day, that will leave the student with a new-found understanding of the chakras and how to tune in on their own to these energy centers in the body. All interested individuals from all of the diversity of backgrounds are encouraged to sign up to learn about and explore the Chakras.
- Session: 1 day (November 13, 2021)
- Cost: $60 per person, $50 per person with 2 or more people signed up together
- How to Register: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Tuning In” in the subject line. Tuition due prior to the first class meeting.
About the Instructor: Annie Melzer
Annie Melzer has an advanced degree in Anthropology, is an instructor of the Anthropology of Art and World Cultures, a Certified Yoga, Meditation, and Breathwork Teacher (Certified 300-hour Foundational Yoga Teacher and is currently finishing a 350+ hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training program), is a Certified Intentional Creativity Method Coach, an Artist-Creative, Storyteller, and Activist. Her work focuses on practices that lead students with a beginner’s mind toward a true experience of embodiment, deeper and more meaningful connections with themselves, others, and the earth. Annie’s teachings serve to empower her students in accessing their own inner knowledge, deep-felt wisdom, and relaxation through yoga, meditation, and creative practices. Annie has been practicing yoga for over two decades, works to educate her students about utilizing the teachings of yoga both on and off of the mat, and offers classes and series that are made accessible to all interested individuals at all levels.