Daily yoga, meditation, a beautiful adventure of beaches, volcanos, waterfalls, jungle, marine life, snorkeling. Or if surfing is your preference there are spots within steps of the villa to play in the ocean. We are your host in this 10,000 square foot villa, 4 separate units, connected but private from each other. Step 1 is to book early! Since Maui is the number 1 island destination in the world for the last 22 years, accommodations for Maui sell out far in advance. Save your spot TODAY! Call Pulsation Yoga: 847-989-7792 to inquire and to reserve a spot. Click here for more
200 hour RYT Anusara® Yoga Teacher Training starts November 2016. Taking applications now. For more information click here. Download flyer click here
Announcing an Anusara® 300 hour RYT teacher training program. The program will start up sometime late fall or early winter of this year. Prior 200 hour RYT requirements must be met. Please contact me email@example.com to get the conversation started and potentially get on the list. All post-grads of the Pulsation Yoga Training welcome!
As Yogi Bhajan, Master of Kundalini Yoga, writes in The Mind: If we can master the use and command of the mind, we can enjoy this world to live truthfully, gracefully and prosperously. In this class, practitioners to will learn tools for develop a healing relationship with mind, body and soul. Join Carol Crawford (Sahejpreet Kaur), certified Kundalini and Hatha Yoga teacher, as she guides you through a series of pranayama, gentle Kundalini yoga kriya, gong relaxation, and meditation. Meditate, befriend your mind, connect to your soul, and discover your true self.
If you have a regular yoga practice, you have probably noticed that the mind follows breath and the body follows mind. Try this exercise when you find yourself in a stressful situation: Purposefully deepen and slow your breath. If possible, close your eyes, focus them on the root of the nose, observe the flow of breath - in and out, out and in. Not only will your mind become more still but your body will respond as well - pulse and blood pressure slowing, muscles relaxing, and nerves calming down.
Chanting (Jappa) is another excellent stress reducer and a great way to relax. Mantras (words or phrases) are repeated - the movement of your mouth, the tongue touching the upper palate, and the accompanying mudras (hand positions), drishti (eye focus) and bandha's (for example, neck lock or root lock) all work together to create a reverberation throughout your body and cells: activating your frontal lobe, stimulating your glandular
system, and inducing peaceful yet energizing sensations.