March 16 to March 23, 2014
This introduction to Kundalini Tantra is a special retreat for spiritual healing, activation and transformation that is only offered at 7 Centers Yoga Arts. It can be taken by yoga teachers seeking deeper internal practices and by newcomers looking to build a foundation of balance, integration and change.
The practices and trainings are based on the teachings of Swami Satyananda Saraswati of the Bihar School of Yoga in Mungar, India. In this unique week long retreat, students will learn the scientific and experiential tools to achieve internal and external harmony as well as practice and learn the ancient Kundalini techniques that promote personal evolution. The afternoon section of this retreat will deliver a customized program to balance your Ayurvedic constitution. We offer many special services and your personal selection of the afternoon segment can be reviewed. Please feel free to contact our Kundalini Tantric co-ordinator, Mally Paquette to discuss any questions or concerns at 928-203-4400.
The course will begin on Sunday, March 16th at 4:30 p.m. with an orientation. The retreat begins the following day as seen here:
8:30 a.m. Kundalini Sadhana
10:30 a.m. Kundalini Tantric Philosophy
11:30 a.m. Southwest Plant Walk in Vortexes
12:30 p.m. Afternoon break for private sessions
An Ayurvedic hot lunch with warm healing tea, prepared by Ayurvedic Chef Shruthie is available upon reservation at $15 per lunch
A menu of services below is for your review at a fee of $125 per session
Ayurvedic Cooking: Ayurvedic Chef, Shruthie Bajaj offers a Tuesday at 2:00 group class at $50
Vedic Astrology: Astrologer, Debra Infante will offer a 45 minute session focusing on one’s spirituality, psychology and sensitivity.
Chart provided. A digitally MP3 download will be available.
Private Yoga Instruction: Yoga Therapists Mally Paquette and Sean Neesley offer private time to enhance and deepen your practice
Body Work: Jeff Masters LMT and owner of Thunder Mountain Wellness
Meditation: opportunities in the red rocks to deepen your practice with 7 Centers staff
Southwestern Vortex Walks: Mally Paquette and Sean Neesley offer history of the sacred land and the benefits of Nature to wellness
$495. includes the morning segment of Kundalini Yoga for seven days. The five afternoon private sessions are a menu of services which we are happy to set up for you on 7 Centers premises. The course has a limited number of participants, so please reserve early. A deposit of $250. reserves your place. You may pay by cash, credit card or check. Once you are accepted into the course, your fee becomes non-refundable however it may be applied towards another 7 Centers course in the coming year from your registration date. The fee is not transferable to another person.
WHAT TO BRING
The weather in March is quite variable, as this is the high desert. Be prepared for warm days and cool nights. Bring appropriate yoga and non-yoga clothing, shoes, hiking gear, a journal, an alarm clock and a neti pot (if you have one). Although it is not a requirement, students are encouraged to bring white clothing in the honor of the Kundalini tradition. We are happy to answer any questions!