Thursday, July 16th, 2020 – 8:00pm-9:30pm (because of the 11 hour time difference from here to Thailand)
New Moon Breathwork + Sound from Thailand
Led by Molly Rose | Hosted by Love Yoga Festival
Breathwork is an active meditation technique that shifts and alchemizes stuck energy in the body. Through the power of intentional breath we are able to enter an altered state of consciousness to access, process, and release emotional debris from our cellular memory. This may include working through conditioned behaviors, reprogramming subconscious limiting beliefs, unraveling past traumas, repressed emotions, and physical tension. Resulting in a recalibration of the nervous system, a feeling of clarity, elevation, and alignment….
Thursday, July 30th, 2020 – 6:00 – 7:30PM
Emotional Detox: Cleansing Uncertainty
Led by Sherianna Boyle | Hosted by Love Yoga Festival
In this 90 minute workshop you will be guided through the seven mindful steps of an Emotional Cleanse, featured in the book Emotional Detox. You will experience first hand how to process your emotions gently without rerunning the narratives. Author Sherianna Boyle will help you break fearful patterns, giving you a simple means for creating a life of calm, security, joy and ease. No experience necessary. This workshop includes, breathwork, guided visualization, light chanting and affirmations.
Thursday, August 27, 2020 – 6:00 – 7:30PM
Rest During Unrest
Led by Robin Ivy Payton | Hosted by Love Yoga Festival
How often do you wake up feeling less than rested? When you have time or permission to rest or nap, does your mind continue to race or do emotions like guilt prevent you from taking the time? Rest and sleep are radical acts in a culture that emphasizes how much you get done in a day or a work week. And the human conditions necessary for rest and sleep are not equal and present for everyone. Yet, without quality and quantity rest and sleep, physical and mental health suffer. Robin presents science that supports sleep and rest, explores rest from a yogic perspective, and offers ideas and practices for reclaiming our right to rest. Bring pillows, blankets and bolsters or whatever helps you feel comfortable in rest.