Pathless: Kundalini Yoga

The theme for this session is pathless. There is no compass, no map for this moment in time. We are indeed in uncharted territory and so it is an opportunity for us to write the new story and to explore the depths of the unknown. We have a chance to transcend what we think we know, what is “normal” and go into the wilderness of ourselves and our communal experience and create and forge new paths, understanding and ways of being. We are the pioneers of this moment. I am excited and curious to boldy and vulnerably go on this journey of discovery altogether. May we find space in these classes to “feel all the feels” and find community within our selves and each other. Community care is self care. All my love and thanks for your presence here, Kasia

Kundalini Yoga is an ancient and new system that uses dynamic breathwork, physical postures, mantra, mudra (hand positions), and meditation to harness the creative potential and energy of your mind, body and spirit. It will strengthen the nervous system and optimize the glandular, digestive, reproductive, cardiovascular and muscol-skeletal system. It is a system that takes care of and benefits the whole person, that benefits all ages, stages and fitness abilities.

No spirituality or previous experience of practicing yoga is necessary. Kundalini meets you where you are at.

About Kasia:

Kasia Kord is a Registered Massage Therapist, a Graduate of Religious Studies from the University of Waterloo in Eastern Spirituality and Roman Catholic Mysticism and a KRI certified Kundalini Yoga and Meditation Teacher.

With over 25 years exploring, learning and teaching in the area of body work, yoga, meditation and spirituality. She brings a wealth of wisdom to her teachings and offers common sense and accessible information on how to navigate the world of Yoga, Self-Care and Meditation. Kasia teaches ongoing classes in Kundalini Yoga and meditation, events and workshops in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada and beyond.

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When: Sunday September 27th 2020 @ 2:30-4pm