Yoga and Qi Gong Week in October!

Event Date: 
Thursday, October 10, 2019 - Monday, October 14, 2019

Kundalini Yoga and Qi Gong Week - October 10th - 14th, 2019, The Arts Centre 

Come join me - Charlotte Priest - and Laughlin Meagher for 5 days of restorative yoga and meditation classes. We will focus on developing a firm foundation in our bodies to keep us rooted in the long dive into winter. Meditations will focus on developing trust in the unknown and a felt sense of the Infinite within. We will explore the connection between developing a strong rooted connection in our bodies and walking our path with trust and grace.

What you get:
5 days of yoga and meditation
2 Qi Gong Classes
5 days of Nourishing Golden Mylk Elixir
Grounding Aromatherapy Blends
Kirtan with Special Guests

Sliding Scale - $313 - 375

Early Bird Rate - $300 by August 15th

About the Instructors:

Charlotte Priest

Charlotte has been a humble student of yoga since she was 17 and a teacher since graduating from Moksana's teacher-training program in 2011. Her classes integrate a strong understanding of alignment, as well as influences from Kundalini yoga which she has studied since 2012. She also draws upon her extensive training in contemporary dance and somatic education. She often incorporates meditation and pranayama into her classes as a way for students to connect with the energy within. Charlotte has a BFA in contemporary dance from Simon Fraser University (2018) and is engaged in ongoing studies in Jin Shin Do acupressure. She has taught at Moksana, Thrive Yoga (Victoria), The Dharma Temple, yoga for actors at The Actorium (Vancouver) and currently at the Salt Spring Wellness Centre on Salt Spring Island.

Laughlin Meaghre

Laughlin has studied/practiced yoga since the early 2000s.
He studied qi gong for 3 years while completing his advanced Jin Shin Do acupressure certificate. After completing his 300 hr Yoga Teacher Training, Laughlin fused his knowledge of Yoga with Qi gong to create several 7-week series to create a deeper sense of connection to the breath, body and Qi. Qi gong is an ancient Chinese medicine practice which has brought health and vitality to many who practices its nourishing combination of breath and movement.

To register or for more information contact charlottempriest [at] gmail [dot] com

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