Vitality & Stress | Upstate New York with Hari and Khushbir
September 12 @ 8:00 am - September 17 @ 5:00 pm
About the course
In this 60 hour course, cultivate the core skill for this coming age – the ability to recognize stress in ourselves and others and develop the tools to transform it and balance it with conscious relaxation. Kundalini Yoga prepares each of us to be teachers who act with undaunted spirit, exalted caliber and character, and the vitality to cross every crisis. This course is a chance to look closely at how we react to, cope with and master our vitality.
▪ Explore Your Vitality and Recognize Consciousness as the Core of Vitality
▪ Identify Your Stress
▪ Heal Cold Depression and Emotional Fatigue
▪ Relieve, Relax, Recharge
▪ Realize the Victory of the Spiritual Warrior
Experience the Master, Yogi Bhajan, in daily video classes and meditations. Study with senior trainers.Explore the nature of our stress identity as individuals and cross-culturally. Use kriyas and meditations as well as other processes to identify our stressors and the tools you will need to balance and uplift ourselves and others.
I cultivate my core vitality to honor and use the opportunities that come with each breath—to receive them as a gift. I recognize the value of my physical and energetic bodies and take steps to maintain them. I thrive under stress and challenge; I am a spiritual warrior who leads, uplifts and delivers effective decisions. I practice a lifestyle that incorporates continuous preventative habits for vitality and victory. I have the mental and spiritual endurance to cross every crisis and be a beacon to navigate and excel in the Aquarian Age.
About the Space:
The UPstate retreat space is located in the Catskills and near the Hudson Valley, two hours north from Manhattan. Originally conceived as a horse barn and for family use, it organically grew into a home for innovative, creative, and healing experiences, where transformative information is shared. It is situated on 20 acres of native American forest land, with the Kaaterskill river running through it, featuring a magnificent 40’ waterfall and a 38’ deep swimming hole ~which provides for a most powerful and majestic setting.