Join me for 5 Kundalini Global yoga classes on Tuesday evenings beginning on October 12th. Working with breath, stretching and intention to explore the heart: compassion, empathy, love, forgiveness and boundaries.
MISSED A CLASS: Don’t worry. You will get the link to recording/s right away to catch up in your own time. The recordings stay up for you after the series ends, too.
Classes come with a gift in the post: 5 Affirmation Cards to align with the 5 classes and a small gift for each class.
Missed a class? Don’t worry. You can sign up at any time. All classes are available on Vimeo to playback for a minimum of 6 months. As soon as classes begin you will receive the link to catch up straight away. No pressure though, the classes work in isolation too.
We will play with what it means to open the heart, including having the courage to be disliked.
7pm-8:15pm, via Zoom, on 5 consecutive Tuesdays.
More information below.
5 Kundalini Global Yoga classes exploring the heart.
7:00pm – 8:15pm UK time on Tuesday evenings. Via Zoom.
Live classes take/took place:
Missed classes live? Don’t worry. All are recorded and available for you right away if they have already happened or the following morning if they are yet to come. No time limit. You can catch up whenever you have time.
The heart is beautiful. Having a penchant for admiring the form of human organs, I do, personally, mean that literally. But figuratively too. Whether spoken of or experienced as the seat of the soul, or the home of emotion… indeed, perhaps even as elemental to the entire concept of what it means to be human… symbolically, the heart is important to us all.
Having an open heart does not mean having to like and love everybody you encounter, nor does it mean having everyone like or love you. I think it’s important that this comes in to our series, so we will not only explore ‘opening the heart’ but also concepts such as having the courage to be disliked and holding good boundaries.
Concepts such as being ‘open-hearted’ having a ‘change of heart,’ letting the heart rule the head, or when we wish to get to the ‘heart of the matter’ are familiar to us all. Connecting to the heart as something energetic rather than physical appears largely to transcend belief systems and cultures.
The heart chakra is pretty special because it is the fourth, which makes it the bridge between what we may describe as the ‘physical’ and ‘spiritual’ chakras, the upper and lower triangle.
The Sanskrit name for the 4th chakra is Anahata which translates to something close to unhurt or unbeaten. A concept that my experience tells me can be extremely potent to those who come to yoga as a result of past experiences of themselves and the world that (are unlikely to have been easy but) allowed the possibility to creep in that ‘there must be more…’
And there is. Let’s explore that together.
Please note, my classes are not suitable for pregnancy or in the first 3 months post-natal.
When we meet online, I always always invite self-awareness and self care. My classes are kind and gentle, and always suitable for beginners. Listen to your own body. Always feel able to stop, to rest, to pause. Never do anything that hurts.
Having said all of that serious stuff, I promise my classes are very lovely and super fun, I teach always in mind of every body, and there is zero requirement for flexibility, lycra or the ability to do an handstand. I always love to meet new people. Come as you are. The practise meets you there.
If you have any questions about classes why not send me and email?