Sunday 9/11/2022 8:00 pm - 9:00 am
$0.00 Full Moon - September 11
Free and open to all. Live streaming on Zoom. We start by tuning in together,
and then do a 31-minute group meditation, to leave us all feeling
connected and uplifted.
Meditating under the power of the full moon amplifies the power of
our meditation, allowing us to connect more deeply with the voice of our
soul and tap into our inner peace. Join us for this monthly
donation-based Kundalini meditation, to uplift your spirits and guide
you through the coming cycle.
Open to all, no meditation experience is required. Donations are accepted.
To welcome the Harvest Moon energy, we will practice the Meditation to Bring Prosperity to Your Life to align our energies to a frequency to recognize and receive the abundance ready to be harvested in our lives.
This is a 3-part kriya that uses breath, mantra, and meditation to open the heart center. According to Kundalini Yoga, it is through the awakened heart that we attract what is in our highest good.
We will practice for approximately 15 minutes to allow time for us to gather and reflect on our personal experiences.
Suzanne believes wisdom lives in our bodies, hearts, and minds. She teaches yoga to share tools that can help students tap into their natural wisdom and become the change they wish to see in the world. She desires her classes to be a space of play, joy, contemplation, release, and renewal.
Suzanne’s favorite hobby is learning. Suzanne has studied and lived at two of the country’s leading yoga retreat and education centers, Yogaville Satchidananda Ashram and Kripalu Center of Yoga and Health. She completed her Level One Kundalini Yoga certification at Lighthouse Yoga, a 200-hour Vinyasa Yoga certification with Faith Hunter, and studied contemplative prayer guidance at the Shalem Institute. She is currently studying Instinctive Meditation and The Radiance Sutras with Camille Maurine and Lorin Roche.
Like the people who attend her classes, Suzanne also works a demanding job. She has dedicated her career to addressing food security issues. She practices yoga and meditation to maintain clarity, compassion, strength, and joy.