“Increase your Flow” Yoga Workshop

Join Ayurvedic Practitioner and Kundalini Yoga teacher Jamie Durner for an evening of Self connection, movement, breath, sound and peace.
Tuesday, May 15th from 7-8:15 pm
Ayurveda Wellness within THRIVE! 2331 Silvernail Rd, Pewaukee
Investment: $20
Pre-Registration Required: via Jamie 262-389-5835.
Utilize the science and technology of Kundalini Yoga to balance the second chakra and get your flow going.  The second chakra is related to your creative energies and your emotional identity.  Explore the bodymind connection of living from your highest flow, the place from which you create your highest dreams with ease.

No prior yoga experience necessary. Whether you are brand new to yoga in general or the Kundalini style of yoga or whether you are a long-time practitioner, you will find a welcome place to experience, learn and explore. Come as you are able and start wherever you are at.

Wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat or natural fiber blanket.

What is Kundalini Yoga?

Kundalini Yoga is the yoga of awareness and the science and technology of energy.

Kundalini Yoga is a dynamic style of body-mind exercises combined with breath,
postures, and mantras to tap into various frequencies of energy to balance body, mind and spirit.
In addition to increasing physical flexibility, strength and stability, Kundalini yoga promotes the health of the nervous system, the glandular & endocrine system, and the cardiovascular system. Along with the nervous system, yoga enhances higher brain functioning and allows for conscious control of the mind.
The internal changes from yoga persist throughout the day and are reflected by positive changes in your mood and behavior. Because Kundalini Yoga is for the busy householder, it is designed to be powerful and efficient which means in as little as only 3 minutes, you can get positive results.

At times it can be aerobic, at times quiet and reflective, but it is always a unique and uplifting experience.
Kundalini Yoga is done in specific sets called Kriyas. There are literally hundreds of different sets and meditations each geared towards a unique focus but which all have the common goal of balancing the chakras and bringing healing and harmony to the bodymind.

These sets combine poses and exercises to create a specific, cumulative effect.
Because of the composite and balanced effect, it is important to follow the integrity
of the set and not add, delete or change the order of the exercises or alter the time
ratio of the sequence.