Join Seane for this special weekend workshop at Moksha Yoga where you will explore beyond your bodies into your relationship with the divine.
Transformation begins when you understand there is no separation between the mind, body and spirit – appreciating the inter-dependency of all moments, great and small, light and dark as whole and sacred. The chakra system provides us a roadmap that affirms this perception and presents a formula to make it tangible. Understanding the chakras and recognizing them as a bridge between the physical and metaphysical bodies can provide you energetic and intellectual tools for healing. Using the chakra system correctly, you can identify , reconcile and heal restrictive emotional patterns and physical imbalances in your mind/body. In this class, you will use the tools of asana, meditation, reflection, intention and prayer to facilitate this inquiry and to understand the dynamics of the charkas so as to empower your health and life.
The study of the chakras can help us develop our intuition, awareness and consciousness (Mind). It can balance us physically, plus ground and center our energy (Body). It can also increase our personal power and relationship to the Sacred, allowing us to see our lives symbolically. This in turn gives a more compassionate understanding towards our personal issues and can reveal mystical insight into our Dharma (Spirit).
Seane Corn is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher known for her impassioned activism and inspirational style of teaching. A strong and articulate voice for social change, she started her activism work by creating the yoga program for L.A. shelter “Children of the Night”. Since 2006, her work has been focused on training leaders of activism through her co-founded organization Off the Mat, Into the World® and bringing awareness to the HIV/AIDS crisis. Over the last 20 years of her career, Seane has been featured in magazines, Oprah.com, The Huffington Post, numerous radio programs such as NPR, and four self-authored dvd programs, and in 2005, was named the National Yoga Ambassador for YouthAIDS. She sits on the board of both the Cambodian Children’s Fund and the Engage Network.