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Kundalini Yoga for Prenatal care uses asana (postures), pranayama (breath), mantra (chanting), and relaxation technique. These classes help prepare expectant mothers for the physical demands of going through the birthing process.

Wear loose, natural fiber clothes. Bring a yoga mat, 1 or 2 pillows (a body pillow works well), a blanket or shawl, and a bottle of water.

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#Gong meditation and relaxation for creativity with Gurumantra Kaur

Tuesday, November 8, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.
Richard F. Brush Art Gallery

Gurumantra Kaur is a certified Kundalini Research Institute yoga instructor, registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance, member of International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association, 3H0, and international associate of Yoga Therapists. She specializes in gong meditation and relaxation, addiction therapy, mental health awareness, fertility susceptibility, fitness for senior citizens, and meditational classes from beginners to advanced.

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This cookies recipe is from the Post Punk Kitchen. They have all sorts of vegan recipes… and have several awesome cookbooks to purchase. My favorite one is Vegan with a Vengeance . The ice creamy part of this dessert was taken from several other peoples ideas on vegan ice cream. I hope you enjoy this delicious summer treat!

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During Summer Solstice, at Ram Das Puri, in New Mexico, Yogi Amandeep Singh taught “Awakening The Warrior Within: Teachings Of Rajyog Guru Gobind Singh”. During this session he asked us to turn our attention to the sky or to one of the mountains in the distance. We were to do a tratakum meditation, it’s a form of meditational gazing. This was my first time doing this technique and I figured the mountain would be easier on the eyes. What I learned about myself and the mountain was transforming. Gazing at a NM mountain I learned the following about it and myself (and how I want to be in this incarnation):

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Every Sunday morning from 5am - 7:30am, throughout the month of July, I will be leading sadhana in the park. Sadhana consist of Japji, tuning in, warm-ups, Kundalini Yoga, Aquarian Mantras, and Long Time Sun.

Bring a yoga mat, water, blanket, cushion-if needed, and a donation to the food bank (non-parishables or $5 donation). If it is raining, meet under the gazebo.

Don’t worry if you’re sleepy, arrive and listen to the chants. Let the sound current infuse your being. The commitment starts with showing up. Don’t worry about the rest, beginners to advanced, from awake to falling asleep. It is worth the time to better your body, mind, and soul.

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