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Ignite Your Power
All of the major energy centers of the body are important, but if I had to choose one to work on, it would be the heart. The Anahata chakra is also known as “unstruck” or “unhurt.” It’s here in this space that we find equilibrium, a dissolution of separation, and we find love. We soften. We forgive. We integrate. And we grow. There are many things we can do to open the heart chakra. Let me show you how to Ignite Your Power this October. Join me for a FREE chakra uplift session AND inspiration coaching call to explore how a 7 week journey through the chakras can work for you. Not only will your heart be open, but your whole system will be alive, and you and everyone you know will FEEL the difference. Go to Courtneyrohanyoga.com to claim your free session and inspiration call before all the spots are gone!! Ignite Your Power: https://www.courtneyrohanyoga.com/about-4
Let's Talk about Surya Kriya
The benefits of Surya Kriya are many. It activates the sun breath, which provides power, expressiveness, enthusiasm, and inner warmth. Weight is regulated. Digestion is activated. The mind is cleansed and analytical thoughts and activity orientation are supported. It stimulates positive, creative energy and Kundalini energy itself.
Stabilize and Cultivate : Align at the Heart
This 17 minute excerpt from week three of the Align at the Heart practice is designed to support you as you seek your desires. Here we work the core through some vinyasa flow. Use this short video to feel more powerful as you stabilize the energy and cultivate the momentum to move you in a positive direction.
"Yoga on the Ball" Inversion Sequence (part one)
Though you see more than inversions in this video, the beauty of the ball lends itself to great core strengthening and stretching, which is great for inversions. Inversions are when the heart is above the head. Many say that it reverses the blood flow. This is not really possible, however, the body is affected differently by gravity when it is upside down. The body revitalizes and replenishes itself. It heals. Headstand, with one leg on the ball at a time, allows the inversion to work without too much pressure in the head and neck. This keeps the cervical spine supported as you work the core to sustain the pose.
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