Feelings of anger, bitterness, and hate are negative.
If I kept them inside me, they would spoil my body and my health.
They are of no use.
— His Holiness, the Dalai Lama
Summer Special Yoga Offer For All Students
Between July 1 and August 31 all students can take any yoga class for only a $5 drop in fee. No restrictions. Please show valid I.D. Hope to see you all very soon!
A Journey Through the Chakras
Week Seven: Sahasrara Chakra (Crown)
The crown chakra is associated with the transcendence of our perceived limitations, whether they are physical or psychological. The mind no longer dwells in the world of opposites. The quality of awareness that comes with the crown chakra is universal, transcendent. As we are immersed in the energy of the crown chakra, we feel a state of blissful union with all that is, of spiritual ecstasy. This chakra allows access to the upmost clarity and enlightened wisdom. The Crown chakra is primarily associated to the pituitary gland, and secondarily to the pineal and the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus and pituitary gland work in pair to regulate the endocrine system. Because of its location, the crown chakra is closely associated with the brain and the whole nervous system.
From the base of your spine to the top of you head, there are seven major chakras. The word chakra come from the sanskrit work for wheel or disk. Within the body lie seven vital energy centers or chakras. These chakras correspond to major nerve ganglia glands of the endocrine system and various bodily processes such as breathing, digestion and reproduction. The practice of yoga helps keep these centers of energy clear and flowing for optimal health. Come and join us on this journey down the central channel of the body. Over the next seven weeks will be be exploring the different chakras and how they effect our bodies. See you all soon!
Kathleen Kelly E-ryt500 and Karen Simcik ryt500 with be exploring the heart chakra in their classes throughout this week.
(June 25 – July 1)
A Journey Through the Chakras with Kundalini Yoga
Tuesdays 5:30 pm with Karen Simcik ryt500
We will be exploring and experiencing each chakra with meditation, practice and mantra;
learning what the chakras are and how they affect our lives. This week’s class focus on the Sahasrara or Crown Chakra.
Kundalini yoga is a dynamic, creative and energizing form of yoga. It is especially suited to the needs of busy people who want to stay calm, bright, and centered in a high-energy world. This deep and profound practice is a sacred science, known as the Yoga of Awareness, which focuses on physical exercises, breathing, meditation, mantra and relaxation. Perfect for anyone looking to get a deeper understanding of his or her mind, body and spirit, and, therefore, lead a more happy, prosperous and fuller life.
This class is perfect for beginners and advanced students alike.
Yoga At Webster Park
Wednesday’s: June 7 – August 30 @ 6-7 pm
The time has come once again to start playing outside, and that included some yoga fun! Join Kathleen at Webster Park in Allouez for a fun night of yoga and relaxation. It is a fabulous way to unwind from your day. The park is located behind Webster Grade School on Webster Ave. across the street from the Bay Area Yoga Center. In the case of rain we will hold class at the yoga center. Parking available in the lot by the park, on the street, or at the Bay Area Yoga Center. It is less then a one block walk. Bring your own mat and any props you like to use. The event is FREE to all! We will have a donation bucket for the Bay Area Humane Society. A no kill shelter. Hope to see you all very soon!
July Weekend Rotation
Wednesday 5:30 pm Basics
July Class — Yoga in the Park
August Class — Yoga in the Park
Saturday 8 am
July 1 — Yvette Krause
July 8 — Abby Ledvina
July 15 — Theresa Stinski
July 22 — Amy Ritter
July 29 — Carol Bolton
Saturday 9:45 am Basics
July Class — Cathy Baumann
Sundays 9 am
July 2 — Kathleen Kelly
July 9 — Kate Casey
July 16 — Carol Bolton
July 23 — Heather Lee
July 30 — Jennifer Jelenic