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POP UP CLASS!! Kundalini Yoga & Meditation  - All levels

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BREATHING
WILD
PSOAS

THURSDAY 22 FEB, 2024

6.00pm - 8pm

$30

153A Brunker Road,

Adamstown NSW 2289

A  journey of Transformation that utilises the power of:

BREATH WORK

MEDITATION

 KRIYA YOGA (SEQUENCE OF MOVEMENT & ASANA)

MANTRA 

SOMATIC RITUALS & ENERGY WORK 

Supported with somatic practices and deep rest, release for the Psoas muscle, we will share a space of integrity and trust to ground down + de-stress our nervous systems.

The Psoas - (also known as the muscle of the soul) is one of the muscles that we work on in Kundalini Tantra Yoga through moving, opening, breathing, spiralling, letting go. 

The Psoas is  connected to the reptilian part of the brain and our fight or flight response so is considered to hold the most emotional tension of any muscle in the body.  It is an organ of perception composed of bio-intelligent tissue and “literally embodies our deepest urge for survival, and more profoundly, our elemental desire to flourish.”


“Long before the spoken word or the organising capacity of the cortex developed, the reptilian brain, known for its survival instincts, maintained our essential core functioning. The way we live today, constantly rushing, competing and achieving, has the psoas in a constant “fight or flight” state.”

Though hidden deep within the body, the psoas is increasingly acknowledged as one of the most important muscles of the human structure. It has a multidimensional influence on physical, emotional
and mental experience of stability, strength and connection.
 

Psoas Muscle And Breathing

 

The psoas, when tight, pulls on the pelvic floor muscles. And the fascia (connective tissue) joins the psoas to the diaphragm.

Having a tight psoas will also impair the role of the diaphragm, causing a disruption in breathing patterns.

There is a reverse effect as well – if we’re often stressed, this will affect our breathing patterns which in turn will affect the psoas.


When gently and sensitively accessed experientially the psoas can initiate a process of deep inner transformation as well as healing back pain, pelvic instability, digestive issues and a multitude of other physical conditions.

Come nourish yourself at this 2 hour pop-up mini workshop, where we will :

> learn more about the importance of the psoas muscle
> understand why the psoas is known as the "muscle of the soul"
> release stored stress in the psoas through Somatic Release Exercises, Kriya, mantra and meditation and powerful breath work. 
> lengthen and strengthen the psoas with a gentle take home practice

This class is for when you feel you need a change, you need courage in facing changes, building up strength to face the challenges of today and tomorrow.

Lucinda has been teaching Yoga for over 20 years . Her style of teaching reflects her wisdom and commitment as a teacher accredited with Kundalini Yoga Research Institue (KRI). Lucinda is also a counsellor & Yoga Therapist/Somatic Therapist,  with in- depth experience with advanced pranayama and kriya yoga.


​No previous experience in yoga or related disciplines is required for you to begin to achieve undeniable benefits from your first class.


Please call Lucinda 0414 309 467 if you have any questions. 

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