Chakra Workshop Series

Teacher:
Kaitlin Carano
When:
Sunday, January 14, 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Sunday, February 11, 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Sunday, March 11, 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Sunday, April 8, 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Investment:
$35 for each session
Hold Space:
Reserve Your Place In A Session

Chakra Workshop in Central Square

As the season transitions from the hubbub of the holidays to the promise of a new year, take the time to reground and realign with yourself. For many practitioners of yoga, the effects of the yoga practice are often a new and profound experience that can be hard to describe. Although often reduced to a cliché, the chakra system actually serves as a useful map in understanding the emotionally connected experience of the body. If we can begin to understand the ways that our experiences manifest in our physical body, then we can begin to unravel not only our physical ailments, but also our deeper mental/emotional patterns. Perhaps it is even through this unraveling that we begin to better understand and unite our whole being.

This workshop series will work its way through the chakra system starting at the grounding roots and working its way upward slowly. Each session will focus on two chakras and consist of movements and teachings in alignment with the physical emotional, and developmental aspects of these chakras. These sessions are inspired by Eastern Body, Western Mind, The Subtle Body, and life experiences/inspiration.

To ensure maximum attention, each workshop session is limited to seven students. To reserve a spot, you can make an online reservation for each session here.

Our Central Square studio is at 763 Massachusetts Avenue, just a couple blocks from the Central Square T stop as you walk toward City Hall, the Post Office, and Harvard. Our entrance is the big pair of double doors just to the right of the Life Alive restaurant. Buzz 7 on the intercom (to the left of the doors) to ring up for entry. We’re on the second floor.

We start opening our doors ten minutes before class so that you can get in a little early if you need to change, use the bathrooms, etc. before class. (But please don’t buzz more than 10 minutes early, or you might interrupt the last few minutes of someone else’s class.)

If it’s your first time at the studio, you should know that we already have mats for you (for free), so there’s no need to bring one of your own. Just show up in comfy clothes, and you’ll be good to go. (A water bottle is also a good idea.)

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