Events

Desert Dreaming- Soul, Enchantment & Art Symposium

Mon, Feb 24, 2020 9:00 AM Fri, Feb 28, 2020 5:00 PM
Tohono Chul, Tucson, Arizona

Gather under the open skies of the Sonoran Desert at Tohono Chul, deemed “One of the World’s Ten Best Botanical Gardens” by Travel + Leisure Magazine. We will have the Museums Education Center to ourselves for the five days of this retreat.

Mornings will include:

Dreamwork
Presentations on Soul/Spirit, living earth & natural magic
Simple, accessible yoga/movement (chairs welcome) & silent meditation

Afternoons will be spent in two groups. Choose one:

Painting, drawing and collage with natural, non toxic materials
Writing from our inner and outer environment
Hari Kirin With:
Thomas Moore, author of best selling Care of the Soul and 27 other books, is a musician, former monk and psychotherapist.
Our host, Navneet/ Heather Lahti, LCSW is a a clinical social worker, artist and yoga teacher specializing in the treatment of Anxiety and Trauma.
To Register: Please click here.


Art & Yoga Mentorship 2020

April 13 to November 16, 2020 on line

An eight-month journey into art, psychological studies, spiritual practice, and community. Thirty-two weekly live classes, eight live lessons working with your images and three focused one-on-one individual sessions with Hari Kirin. A closed online group to ask questions, share work and discuss your experiences. Choose to focus on your art, teaching, business or on deepening your practice. Art & Yoga live streams, art videos, prompts, and readings are released weekly. You move through them at your own pace. The course begins on 4/13/2020 and ends on 11/16/2020.

To Register: Please click here.


Jungian Odyssey 2020 Conference & Retreat

Sat, May 23, 2020 10:00 AM Sat, May 30, 2020 11:00 AM
Parkhotel Beau-Site Zermaatt, Switzerland

Join Thomas Moore and Hari Kirin at ISAPZURICH’s annual spring semester retreat that opens to the general public our post-graduate level program with our faculty and guest scholars. Soul-seekers, life-long learners, and professionals looking for continuing education—all are welcome to join and share in the atmosphere of intimate cross-cultural exchange. Basic knowledge of C.G. Jung’s Analytical Psychology could be helpful but is by no means required. Visit https://www.isapzurich.com/en/current-program/jungian-odyssey/ for more information or to download a brochure.


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

Student Comments about Art And Yoga Class at Kirpalu

  • Integration of yoga and art was seamlessly melded into an experience of growth. Sense of trust, compassion and loving kindness fostered. Our presenter-very genuine…a quick study, able to think on her feet and respond to the needs of the group- profoundly sensitive and tuned in.”
    —Annaliese, professor, Amherst, MA, Previous course participant
  • Hari Kirin “created a safe place to be vunerable and accepting of all participants…excellent class design and execution suburb.”
    —Lynn, artist / writer, Greenwich CT
  • “This course helped keep me strong in the face of very difficult family circumstances and encouraged me to continue along the artistic path I have found myself traveling for a couple of years. It taught me how to listen to myself and others more patiently and compassionately. …Now I feel I have a new repertoire of skills and images to mentor the present hour whatever it holds.”
    —Emily, mother, poet and fiber artist
  • “The Art really helped me to see that I am not necessarily the uncreative person I thought I was!”
    —Gina, mother
  • “This practice opened me to a new way of practicing yoga, which I would love to continue. The studio time was both, a challenge and a pleasure-new territory for someone who doesn’t ‘create’ in this way. You opened so many doors, and have illuminated a path I’m very grateful to be set upon.”
    —Katrina, writer and editor.

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