Sat Nam innergy!
This week we are honored to have Siri Sevak Kaur lead us in a Shakti Dance workshop.
Shakti Dance is The Yoga of Dance.
Founded by Sara Avtar Olivier and brought to the U.S. by Dharma Devi one of the few Lead Teacher Trainers in the world and the only one in the U.S.
Shakti Dance is based on the teaching of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan and blessed by the Master in 2001. Although Shakti Dance is inspired by Kundalini Yoga, it is not Kundalini Yoga, and it maintains its independence as a full, deep and powerful yoga methodology.
Shakti Dance merges Yoga with Dance, and incorporates important aspects of Yoga into dance, the result is the yoga become dynamic, creative, powerful more than ever, and dance becomes a method to know yourself, improve yourself, and heal yourself.
Shakti Dance is structured in 8 phases the teacher guides you through to guarantee you a coherent flow of energy, so that you can experience harmony and balance as a result of the entire sequence.
In addition, Shakti Dance works to create a better physical alignment, release mental stress, and create more self esteem by creating confidence through creativity.
Join us in dancing with the goddess on Wednesday, January 27th from 3:00-4:50pm in Ackerman Union Room 2410.
With love and light,
Siri Sevak Kaur, has been dancing with joy her entire life. She has studied ballet, jazz, modern, Middle Eastern Belly Dance, Hoop Dance, Fire Hooping, Gabrielle Roth’s 5Rhytms, Vinn Marti’s Soul Motion, and more. As a teenager in Los Angeles she was blessed to meet Yogi Bhajan and became one of his earliest students. She is certified by the International Kundalini Research Institute (KRI) to teach Kundalini Yoga, by the Simona Yoga LLC School of Shakti Dance, and she holds a Masters Degree in Exercise Science.
Siri means great. Sevak means devotional service. Kaur means the Princess/Lioness of God who walks with grace and power throughout her life.
Siri Sevak Kaur is blessed and honored to offer the powerful teachings of Kundalini yoga and the grace of dance to others as her devotional service.
Find out more: www.SimonaYoga.com
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