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oannesExperiencing the Expanded Heart: Kundalini Yoga and Meditation

Join us for an evening of kundalini yoga and meditation.  We begin the evening with some gentle kundalini yoga to awaken the kundalini shakti and then transition into an expansive heart meditation followed by a transformative gong meditation.  Don’t worry if you’ve never done kundalini yoga (or any other kind of yoga for that matter).  No prior experience is necessary.  The only prerequisite is your desire to experience the depth of your own heart and share it with others.  Please wear comfortable clothing and headcover; preferably white, and bring a yoga mat, a light blanket, and some water.

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V’rasana Oannes combines sound healing, hands-on healing, and Kundalini Yoga in a unique blend which creates sacred space for clients to do deep exploration of their consciousness.  He studied hands-on healing and bodymind counseling at the Barbara Brennan School of Healing Europe; completing both the four year Professional Studies Program and the two year Advanced Studies / Brennan Integration Work Program.  V’rasana is also certified by the Peter Hess Akademie Switzerland in Peter Hess Sound Massage ® which uses tibetan healing bowls to induce a state of deep relaxation which may result in deep release or healing.  He studied the Akashic Records with Ernesto Ortiz of Journey to the Heart and is a Level I Certified Aquarian Instructor through the Kundalini Research Institute; having trained with Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa of Golden Bridge Yoga.

Oannes is passionate about the use of alternative methods and modalities to treat the various psychiatric disorders as defined in DSM-IV TR.  His Kundalini Yoga classes are often built around protocols defined in Sacred Therapies”, by David Shannahoff-Khalsa.  He is currently researching Masters programs which would support the use and clinical trials of such methods.  Imagine a world where instead of prescribing prozac or anti-psychotic medication psychiatric professionals could recommend a regular Kundalini Yoga practice.

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