There must have been a good response to the first few classes, because they have been extended until May! Classes are from 3pm – 4pm.
The types of yoga and the locations of free yoga classes in the Boston area continue to expand.
Starting this Saturday (February 11th – March 4th) and for the next four consecutive Saturdays, the Thomas Crane Public Library will offer free Sahaja Yoga sessions. The classes will be from 2pm – 3pm and you don’t need a yoga mat.
In this video, Shruti Bansal talks about Sahaja Yoga and what to expect. Below is a description of the yoga from the Sahaja Yoga website.
Sahaja Yoga is the Spontaneous Connection/Union with your true inner being i.e the Spirit through the awakening of a residual energy called Kundalini which resides dormant at the base of our Spine in a triangular bone called the Sacrum.
Based on the video, this not a regular yoga class where you are moving around on a mat. It appears to be more focused on breathing and meditation.
I meditate regularly, but have never tried Sahaja Yoga, so I plan to get to at least one of these classes. Hopefully many of you will too!
Thank you to Thomas Crane Public Library for offering these classes!
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