Yoga with Tera Sundri
Come as you are.
This practice is yours. You are invited and encouraged to move and breathe at a pace that works for you. Take any modifications necessary, and allow your practice to meet you where you are at. We use yoga to get into the body, not the other way around.
Though I will always endeavour to lead you through a safe and effective practice, you are your captain and no one else can feel into your body, mind, and soul but you. Please do make it a habit to share with your yoga teachers any recent or significant past injuries, pregnancies, pertinent mental health investigations or concerns.
Yoga is a practice in which we learn to discriminate between the mind’s fluctuations and protests, and what the body truly needs. Lean as far into the directions given as you are able, honour where you are at, and you will have the experience most meant for you.
Interested in hiring me for workshops, private, or semi-private in-person or virtual classes? Contact me here.
In-Person and Virtual Yoga Schedule
Pre-Registry for in-person classes not always necessary.
Receive four (4) pre-recorded classes, one per week, beginning Sunday September 16th 2018, with the last class made available Sunday October 7th.
Access to all four classes will be available for eight (8) weeks, ending on November 4th 2018, via a pass-word protected Membership page.
Ayurvedically speaking, the Autumn is typically a time where the Vata within our constitution is thrown a bit out of whack. This can make us scattered and distracted. This is a great time to root down after a busy, carefree summer. Strengthen your nervous system and prepare yourself for the release that Fall brings.
Practice these 75 minute classes as often as you'd like within the 8 weeks, at the times best suited for you. Practice alone or with a friend!
Your Investment: $45 CAD
Please enjoy these short practices as my gift to you!
Every Kundalini Yoga practice begins with the Adi Mantra. In this brief video, I explain why mantra is useful and why the Adi Mantra in particular is such a lovely practice to set yourself up with.
Align yourself with the guidance and protection of your highest self, your guides, and the Light of the Universe.
The Adi Mantra is: ONG NAMO GURU DAYV NAMO
This is a simple pranayam from Kundalini Yoga that can take you from self-loathing to true-self in a matter of minutes. Practice this anywhere from 3 minutes to 22 minutes a day and kiss that shame-spiral good bye.
Throw on your favourite chill-out music and sink in.