Sacred Solstice Week
We were so excited to offer this unique daily program of pranayama and meditation throughout the week of the summer solstice for the first time in 2017. It exceeded all of our expectations and we will offer it again in 2018. Stay tuned to this page for details and registration.
The summer solstice is an ancient and sacred celebration of the longest day of the year. In 2018 the solstice falls on Thursday, June 21.
Pranayama (breath work) and meditation are two important components of the ancient practice of yoga, just as celebration of the summer solstice has existed for millennia. Discover the calming effects of pranayama and meditation over the course of this sacred solstice week.
This specialty class will be offered in the hour before sunrise.
Banner image (above): Helena Steer
Content image (below): Penelope Lee Scott
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