Relax And Surrender To The Magic

 
 

Guided
Meditation

Guided meditation is when you are guided, by a narrator, to elicit a specific change in your life. You are first guided to relax your body and mind, to help you reach a deep meditative state before going on a journey, in your mind, to reach a specific goal. 

As the brain does not distinguish between an imagined event and a real one, the experience you have with a guided meditation is just like having a real experience. This has an amazing effect on your life due to the way the brain works. Practicing guided meditation can bring about change in your body by using your mind, can activate muscles, change your biological state, and even the cells in your body. 

 

Chakra Sound Healing
& Meditation

Relax and surrender to the magic of Sound Healing. This Chakra Bowl Sound Meditation will lead you to a full relaxation and each Chakra bowl can clear your energy to leave you feeling refreshed. 

Bring a Yoga Mat or relax in our zero gravity chairs to make the most of your experience. 

 
 
 

Inhale/Exhale: Intro to Breath Work for a Healthier Mind

This introduction to breath work class lead by Michael Kuang-Personal Trainer and Yoga Therapist, will teach you tools to deal with stresses of our daily lives. It’s as simple as tuning into your needs and finding the right tool to help guide you to a more positive state.

Please be mindful not to eat too much before class as this could affect your breath work.

 

MYnd Break Meditation

A Guided Meditation series to carve space for the Inner mind during your lunch break to promote Mindfulness, Mental Clarity & Bliss. Shardae will intuitively guide you on a journey of the mind through simple breathing techniques & visualization while being supported by the presence of Crystal & Tibetan sound bowls. 

Benefits of Meditation on your Lunch Break include: 

  • Mental Agility 

  • Improves Concentration & Productivity 

  • Promotes Positive Emotions 

  • Boosts Focus 

  • Relieves Stress 

 
 
 

Kundalini Meditation

Kundalini  in  Hinduism  refers to a form of primal  energy said to be located at the base of the spine. In Hindu tradition, Bhairavi is the goddess of Kundalini. Kundalini awakenings may happen through a variety of methods. Many systems of yoga focus on awakening Kundalini through:  meditation;  pranayama  breathing; the practice of asana  and chanting of  mantras.  Kundalini Yoga is a school of yoga that is influenced by  Shaktism and  Tantra  schools of  Hinduism.  

It derives its name through a focus on awakening kundalini energy through regular practice of  Mantra,  Tantra,  Yantra,  Yoga or  Meditation.  The Kundalini experience is frequently reported to be a distinct feeling of electric current running along the spine.  

This movement meditation will involve breath work and the awakening of the chakras and will also include instruments and crystals. It will involve shaking to stimulate the body and freestyle dancing that involves moving the body as much as possible to really express and take everything out. There can be vocalizations of shouting, laughing, crying, singing, or anything that you want to come out.

The meditation ends in a relaxed laying down position where you are listening to the body, breathing, and aware and processing the energy of your body. This is cardio for your body and soul!