Vibrant Creativity: A Kundalini Yoga Workshop
This workshop will consist of physical exercises, meditation, writing exercises, and relaxation to help participants experience a renewed connection to the flow of creativity, which makes life vibrant and is everyone’s birthright. No experience is necessary, either in Yoga or in creative practice. All are welcome.
It is best to eat lightly and leave yourself ample time to digest before practicing Kundalini Yoga. We will be doing some writing exercises, so please bring a journal.
Please bring: Yoga mat, water, a journal, and a light blanket
Rain location: Beaconsfield Carriage House
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Monica Lacey has been practicing Yoga for more than 20 years. After studying Hatha and Iyengar Yoga for many years to complement her training in dance, she received her certification in Kundalini and Ten Body Yoga from Amara Yoga School in Toronto in 2006 after two years of training under the mentorship of Yogi Akal. Monica is enthusiastic and passionate about sharing the teachings of Kundalini Yoga and the power of this practice to transform and uplift. She lives in Charlottetown on unceded Mi'kmaq territory, where, in addition to teaching Yoga, she works as an Artist, Curator, Writer, and Production Designer.
Saturday, June 24
10:00 am ( 120 Min )
Beaconsfield Historic House
2 Kent St, Charlottetown