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Experiencing Menopause

Kundalini Hatha Restorative

These classes will help you transition powerfully and gracefully

This short kriya is designed to make you feel GOOD! Balancing your endocrine system and inviting you to connect to the deepest part of you. Anyone can do this and would benefit. Because it is balancing for the hormones this is great to do when pre-menstrual or to support early menopause. Guys can also benefit from the endocrine balancing effects! A wonderful way to gently stimulate your body and access higher states of consciousness.
1-2 30 Kia Miller
This practice is suitable for women experiencing menopause as well as anyone who is feeling a build up of physical, mental, emotional, or even spiritual heat. Your breath is always accessible and can support the process of dispelling heat. Practice lion's breath to release and let go, shitali "the cooling breath" to dissipate heat, and alternate nostril breathing.This is a sitting practice, so using a prop to support your seat can be helpful. Props Suggested: A blanket and a block.
1-2 15 Felicia Tomasko
A short and sweet breath practice that provides an understanding of the practice of shitali or shitkari, the quintessential cooling pranayama used in the teachings of Ayurveda and yoga to calm the pitta dosha and dispel heat from your body. According to Ayurveda, during the transitionary time of menopause, heat builds up in the body, and it needs to be released. Emphasize the importance of experimenting and listening to your body. Props Suggested: A blanket and a block.
1-2 5 Felicia Tomasko
This Ayurvedically-themed restorative practice designed to help support the health of your endocrine system, specifically the thyroid, adrenals, and ovaries. Allow the body to be supported and energy to flow in these areas of your body. Designed to help support through the transitions of menopause, this practice is suitable for anyone who needs an internal reboot. Props Needed: A blanket, a block and a bolster.
1-2 20 Felicia Tomasko
During the transitionary time of menopause, internal heat, or the fiery pitta dosha, has a tendency to build up in your body. According to the teachings of Ayurveda, incorporating supine (earthbound) postures, gentle twists that dissipate heat, slow flow, side stretches, forward folds, and cooling pranayama or breath practices. The repetitive instruction initiates a feeling of water moving through water, and imagery of the silvery full moon continue to support this quality of cooling down. Props Needed: A bolster, blanket and a block.
1-2 60 Felicia Tomasko

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