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[Live Streamed] Elevate Your Energy: A 5-Day Challenge with Shari Larson
Apr 20, 2020| $30
Are you feeling a little stagnant? Have you been moving your body less than usual? Are you slowly finding yourself becoming more comfortable being, well, a little too comfortable. Join Shari for this 5-day challenge to explore moving your energy through Kundalini yoga. Each 30-minute class will include short, energetic practices to help stimulate your subtle body energy and physical energy. You will come away feeling refreshed and energized.
If you sign up but can’t make the time, you will receive a recorded version of the content.
This is a virtual offering on Zoom! Here’s how this works:
Zoom is a free web-based video conferencing tool and it’s super easy to use. You can join by computer or phone using the Zoom mobile app. We will email you a Zoom link a few hours before class. Click the link in the email to join the “meeting.” You will see the instructor and have the option to show yourself on video or not. If it’s your first time using Zoom, please join the class a few minutes early to allow time for setting up your free Zoom account.
Dates & Time: April 20-24 from 1:00-1:30 pm
Cost: $30 for 5 sessions
About the instructor: Shari Larson
I walked into my first (hot) yoga class in 2002. The entire 90 minutes I ran through a variety of emotions, mostly frustration and anger. I was so glad when it was finally over but realized that perhaps there was something there to be uncovered. Over the next several years whenever I tried a new style of yoga and experienced intense emotions I had to go back to figure out why. This curiosity has led me to a variety of teacher trainings from Vinyasa to Yin to Kundalini and to more anatomy trainings than I care to admit.
These days the styles I practice and teach the most are the quieter practices of Yin/Restorative and slower practices of yoga where there is time to be curious about the thoughts that arise and the sensations that move through the body. I love to incorporate a variety of tools – balls, stretchy bands, blankets, and even pool noodles to explore new ways of moving the body. My favorite moments in class are when I look around and see a variation in the shapes being practiced. Every body is different and we’ve lived different lives, so it makes sense that no one alignment would work for everyone.
When not teaching or preparing to teach, you can often find me walking my dog or wandering around the Puget Gulch, my favorite escape from the city.