Programs Include Pranayama, Asana,Meditation Labyrinth Walk & Hike
Join Kashi and Stewards of the Coast & Redwoods Naturalist for this Earth Connecting Program
The Event . . .
Yoga Sadhana (Practice) In the cool morning air, overlooking the beautiful pacific ocean, I will guide you through a 90 minute TriYoga Practice. As this will be one day post the new moon, you will have an opportunity to reflect on your intentions, set positive goals, and channel your energy towards personal growth and transformation.
The beautiful natural surroundings will likely enhance the overall experience, helping you to connect more deeply with your inner self and the world around you. This workshop includes; Asana (posture), Pranayama (rhythmic breath), Mudra (inner focus), Dharana (concentration), and Dhyana (meditation). TriYoga will harmonize and calm your nervous system, leaving your whole being balanced, bathed in inner peace, and blissful in presence.
Next, Rebecca will lead us in 20 minute walking meditation practice, winding through a nearby magical Labyrinth. The practice of walking meditation reduces stress, improves mental clarity, and stabilizes emotions.
We will end the workshop by sharing insights, appreciation, and questions you may have about the experience. The workshop will commence at 9AM, and end by Noon.
The Hike After the yoga program, an optional hike on the Pomo Canyon Trail to Redhill is offered to those who are interested in joining. The hike is a 4.4 mile loop with 1,102 ft. elevation gain. The hike is considered a moderately challenging hike for experienced hikers, which takes an average of 2 hours and 25 minutes. Hiking speeds and return times may vary. Yoga postures and meditation may be incorporated into the hike.
Kashi is the Founding Director of Kashi Ananda Yoga (formerly Devi Yoga Center) in Sebastopol, CA and a senior teacher of TriYoga International. She is also a Yoga Therapist approved by IAYT. Kashi loves helping others connect to their joyful state through yoga practice and spending time in nature. Rebecca is a Certified Interpretive Guide, California Naturalist, and Programs Manager for Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods. We look forward to meeting you!
Parking is free. Reservations required. No refunds. $36.00 with Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods membership, $45.00 non-members. Space is limited to 15 people. Fee waivers are available.
Bring a bag lunch, snacks, and water. For questions about how to apply for a fee waiver, or any other concerns please contact: email@example.com