Date & Time: Monday January 25, 2021, 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 “Nervous System Strength”
Yoga For a 3 & 10-Action Week!
Well we’ve moved into the 3 Week in the US and 10 in the World, so we must focus and strengthen the spine and the nervous system.
Sangeet will open with a Blessings Code Numerology update for this time – a true 3 & 10 Cycle time through the 28th where new ideas arise, our spine is challenged and our nerves must be strong.
So the elements she has put together will work to build “Nervous System Strength” in the spine.
According to the teachings, the flexible spine holds the entire nervous system. This is so important at this time and the elements Sangeet teaches will help us increase spinal flexibility and balance.
You could call this the “Master Crow Pose” set.
The pranayam Sangeet opens with takes less than 2 minutes – using a navel pumping to the 24 mental sounds of “Haree Haree Haree Haree Haree Haree Haree Har.” (Haree is the outflow of prosperity and abundance from the creative God-Core of Har.
Haree Haree Haree Haree Haree Haree Haree Har
The yoga set balances body and spine. We open with crow squats first at a moderate pace and ending at an increased pace. Hari Nam is a great leader in helping us keep the pace. Also, there are back-and-forth rolls in lotus (or easy) pose, then standing bends between both legs, then more moves in crow squats. There is even a variation of crow pose that includes a motion that feels like an elephant flapping its large ears. All effective and fun!
Sangeet closes the yoga set with a variant of the same chant we did with the pranayam – “Hari Har, Hari Har, Hari Har, Haree” in an ongoing monotone.
Hari Har, Hari Har, Hari Har, Haree
After the yoga set, Sangeet leads us in a quick recharge meditation to help us deal with depression and up our capacity to deal with life. The arms are straight out in front of us, with left hand curled around the right and eyes focused on the raised thumb tips. It gives us a direct relationship with the pranic body.
Of course, after the enjoyable pranayam, yoga set, and meditation, Sangeet will give us a gentle liftoff into peace when she plays her wonderful gong.
We look forward to sharing this time with you,
Sangeet and Hari Nam
(Today's yoga set is in the manual “Reaching Me In Me” published by KRI)
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