Yoga With Sangeet -Monday August 24 at 9 am
Date & Time: Monday August 24, 2020, 9 am -10:15 am (Click For Current Arizona Time)
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Yoga Class Details Are Below.
This Morning's Yoga Class is Titled “Building Lasting Life Force”
Sangeet opens this class with a life-giving breath that cleanses every cell in the lungs. It includes a mudra (hand posture) that balances the brain and creates equilibrium. The ancient sages said of this breath-exercise (pranayam kriya) that it gives you the strength to go through time and space with righteousness.
Sangeet then moves us into this morning's Kundalini Yoga kriya, including 8 postures, which work on the master glands to improve memory while building core energy and flexibility. Hari Nam Singh demonstrates each asana (posture) showing how to release tension and gradually strengthen yourself in each position.
The kriya ends with a sweet recitation of the Guru Gaitri Mantra which allows us to come into balance with all 8 primary aspects of God.
The “Guru Gaitri Mantra”
The closing meditation brings one the feeling of protection and victory and defeats hypertension.
The layout to the vibrations of the symphonic gong is a delight in this class as it is in every class led by Sangeet.
We look forward to sharing this time with you,
Sangeet and Hari Nam
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