Upcoming Trainings:

  • December 10, 2017 -
    An Experiential Introduction to Kundalini Yoga

    December 10, 2017 - 9:45am to 1pm

    Keene Yoga Center, 80 Roxbury St., Keene NH (603) 354-3159

    Kundalini Yoga is an ancient and powerful form of yoga accessible to everyone. Through movement, postures, breathing exercises and mantra, Kundalini Yoga awakens the body’s natural healing power, releases stress, and deepens meditation. The presentation will start with a short lecture on Kundalini yoga, it’s history, design and structure. Then we will experience the practice and end with tea and a question and answer session. Please wear comfortable loose or stretchy clothing and do not eat for 1.5 hours before class.

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  • December 29, 2017 - January 1, 2018
    Kundalini Yoga, Painting, and Movement with Live Music

    with Hari Kirin Khalsa and Siri Gopal/ Kristi Williamson

    For all levels, including beginners in yoga and/or art.

    Spend New Year’s weekend engaged in a dynamic blend of yoga, meditation, movement, and painting. This contemplative combination helps you free your creativity, tap into intuition, release stress, and move into 2018 with new resources and awareness.

    Each session of this retreat begins with Kundalini Yoga, a potent form of yoga accessible to everyone. Movement, postures, breathing exercises, and meditation awaken the body’s natural healing power, release stress patterns, and enable you to express your soul’s images with ease. Some sessions are accompanied by Siri Gopal’s live kirtan music to enhance relaxation and creative energy.

    Hari Kirin and Siri Gopal expertly guide you to access inner worlds, opening to subtle realms of healing and creativity. Return home with a meaningful New Year’s painting, personalized yoga routine, and meditations for home practice.

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  • To learn more about Hari Kirin and the courses she offers at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, please click here.

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