Join Jacqui for this profound experience based on the teachings of Tibetan Warriorship in Vinyasa, Yin & Meditation format. Be part of an experience that is sure to make a genuine imprint on your body & brain through the practice of great movement, stillness & awakening. Let this class help you hit the reset button for the things that fuel your fire & your ability to balance that with recognizing basic goodness & resources again. The key to Warriorship & Yinja mentality is to live a life of sacred appreciation in as many moments as possible. That is one of the healthiest things you can do to strengthen your life force and remain strong for the rest of your breaths. You have been with Jacqui for the past ten years in the Chakra Cleanse to arrange your emotional alignment. This class will be focused on your mental alignment & how you can remain organized, steady and even JOYFUL in all situations. How you can navigate difficulty with warrior intelligence and instant ninja-like perspective. And when it all falls apart, Warriorship helps you see the beauty of that too. Learn the keys, the asanas, the mental/physical formations & arrangements to command your world. Jacqui teaches a weeklong retreat every Fall at Kripalu with the same title. This workshop was born from wanting to share some of the highlights for those who can’t always make it!
Price: $40 before April 28 & $45 after
Instructor: Jacqui Bonwell is a 500hr Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT-500), Level 1 Balanced Athlete ™ Certified coach, Yin Yoga & Meditation certified, Level 1 FMS Functional Movement Systems certified, Reiki Master, Yoga Life Coach, Director of the Sacred Seeds Yoga School (RYS-200hr level, RYS-500hr level) in the Greater Boston and beyond and Owner of the Canton Yoga Shala in Canton, MA. I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Rhode Island. I work primarily with Yoga Teachers through my 200hr & 300hr Yoga Teacher Training certification programs. Additionally, I provide Life Coaching to help yoga students deepen their practice and apply the teachings to their everyday lives. My most important credential and greatest training has been Motherhood.