It’s time to celebrate!
The end of the year is upon us, and it deserves some recognition for our accomplishments and the inspiration towards new and/or existing intentions. Join Koren Kiener for this fourth part workshop series, centered around the practices of sankalpa and the law of attraction.
What is a sankalpa practice?
A sankalpa devotion ultimately asks us to create the life that brings us joy, and to channel our deepest heart-felt desires. The law of attraction motivates us to dedicate positive focus towards what we wish to manifest. This event will build upon the previous sessions to further illuminate your intended path and recognize the progress that you’ve already made. Curious as a first-timer? Great! This is an opportune time to begin this personal work. The beauty of intention is that it allows us to create and return to our motivations at any time. Through consistency in practice and reflection, we begin to continually develop tools to meet our aspirations through this powerful awareness.
What to expect
The workshop format will be suitable for both returning and new practitioners, all with the aim to renew your mind, body, and heart for enhanced clarity and purpose. Through meditation, Mindful yoga, guided self-inquiry and more, students will be prompted to consider what does and can create positive meaning in their lives. This guidance will seek to uproot the true, inner purpose around our intentions and also discover the walls that barrier us away from manifestation. There will be emphasis on how our intentions have appeared in both small and large ways through the visible results of our dedication. Ultimately, this offering strives to recognize the actions that have been taken towards meeting our personal goals, tools for maintaining that commitment, and developing insight into our learnings along the way. Students can expect a nourishing, candlelit flow with both active and restorative sequencing. This practice will remind us of our power through intentional thought, action, and the benefit of inner reflection.
Please arrive 10-15 minutes early with a notebook and pen