Radiance is our inner light, the projection that we emit from the very core of our being. It’s our presence, it is what attracts opportunity and prosperity into our life! It’s not only our projection, but it’s our protection.
This week’s featured classes will help you tap into your own inner radiance by energizing the heart center and building your pranic body.
- Stillness into Radiance with Rod Stryker: This tantric approach to meditation practice will lead you through deepening stages of awareness: first you’ll balance the brain, then drop into increasingly effortless levels of internal, dynamic attention and then culminate in total absorption. Accessible and recommended for all levels of meditators. Prop suggested: One blanket for sitting.
- Your Most Radiant Self with Elena Brower: Thank you Annie Carpenter for your inspiration. Usher in your most radiant, quiet, regal self, standing strong and expanding steadily and sweetly, through a variation on Annie’s super creative sequence of Tree poses.
- Radiant Extension with Richard & Mary: This Mary Taylor and Richard Freeman tutorial practice will help you learn to articulate the hands and the feet while connecting the legs and the arms into the lower Psoas muscle. When the structural patterns of the arms and legs come to life, they radiate out from and simultaneously root strongly back into the central axis of the body. Includes detailed breath instruction, surya namaskars, standing poses, seated poses, back-bends and cool-down. Prop Suggested: a blanket or block.
- Keep the Body Radiant with Kia Miller: This short detoxing kriya can make you a different person. Tap into your own inner radiance. This is a great set to do before meditating. It strengthens your thighs, opens the hamstrings and balances your energy.
- Prana Rejuvenation Flow with Jo Tastula: This is a class to increase one’s pranic flow, resulting in a more juicy radiance and felt sense of well being. Includes seated meditation, three types of sun salutations, kriyas, breath control, bija mantras along with a well-rounded flow. Optional head stand or legs up the wall. Meditation and savasana! Prop Suggested: A strap.