Join instructor Robin Downes of Yoga Flava, as she guides you on a spiritually sensual healing journey through your energy centers (chakras). This video session uplifts and Elev8s the body’s root energy and sacral energy to the heart energy.
A easy-going, free flowing, meditative session that gets you in touch with the subtle essence of your sensual energy. Based on the ancient teachings of The Kama Sutra (“Kama” is love and “Sutra” is teaching) – The Art Of Love. Also the eastern teachings of Tantra (A spiritual method or system that takes into account the “inner” and “outer” realities)
Follow the way that feels best to you. You can close your eyes and free style to the instructions. Otherwise, you can keep your eyes open and be inspired to follow the visual movements.
Overall just go with the flow and enjoy the journey toward the contemplation of the answer to the question – “What is your authentic heartfelt desire?”
Here’s a taste of this week’s premier episode #1 – Elev8 and Yoga Flava Original Series – “Sensual Healing: Heartfelt Desire”, check in weekly for new episodes on Elev8:
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In the New York tri-state are? Then join us for:
Robin Downes’ Yoga Flava Summer Series Sessions
Monday Nights – 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Get Your Sensual Summer Body!
Location: The New Seminary Center For Interfaith Studies, 2672 Bway @ 102nd St. 2nd floor, NYC 10025
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