Evelyne Serais is a certified Kripalu yoga teacher, with 500 hour Certified advanced teacher training from the Amrit yoga institute where she also studied the "forgotten art" of Yoga Nidra. She completed her Kundalini teacher training in 2010 with Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa. She is also a certified Traditional Thai Yoga body worker, practicing since 2004 and continuing that exploration by studying that healing art with diverse teachers from around the world.
Evelyne Serais instructs the following:
Kundalini (All Levels)
As taught by Yogi Bhajan, Kundalini is an ancient yoga system of exercise and meditation that promotes health, happiness and spiritual awareness. In Kudalini classes you are guided through kriyas -postures (asana), dynamic movement, sound current (mantra), breath (pranayama) and meditation. Open level; beginners welcome.
Level 1 & 2 Yoga
Mixed level yoga class. Options are offered for different levels. Beginners are better off in Gentle or Level 1.
Core classes are designed to expand your strength, stamina and flexibility. Expect possible arm balances, inversions, backbends as well as challenging sequences.
Guided Community Meditation
Your facilitator will guide you through a meditation that lasts for 30 minutes. Dive inside and calm the nervous system
OSHO Dynamic Meditation
Fancy a therapeutic tantrum? OSHO Dynamic Meditation is a one hour active meditation that, just like passive meditation, can be more powerful when done in a group. This method of active meditation is used to get us out of our heads and into our hearts. As modern people we live in our heads, on a daily basis our actions are driven from our brains. OSHO meditation will help you to drop out of your head and act more from your heart.
Evelyne will guide you through the 5 stages of meditation. This practice is best done with the eyes closed or blindfolded to block out external distractions. The last 30 minutes of the workshop is an optional time for discussion.
$25 - register early space is limited!
Kundalini Yoga & Meditation
A typical class begins with chanting, ends with singing, and in between features asana, pranayama, and meditation designed to create a specific outcome. Expect to encounter challenging breathing exercises, including the rapid pranayama known as Breath of Fire, mini-meditation, mantras, mudras (sealing gestures), and movement-oriented postures, often repeated for minutes, that will help you find and possibly surpass what you consider your edge, all to your current capacity. The focus is on lasting rather than going deep. Hatha yoga postures or asanas are secondary. No hands-on assists are given in Kundalini, and there are no levels such as introductory or advanced.