Sat, Feb 10|
New Moon Yin + Journaling
This two hour yin practice is an opportunity to revise and revisit the intentions you've set out into the world and a chance to get clear about what you want and how you want them made manifest in the time to come.
Time & Location
Feb 10, 2024, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Chicago, 4041 N Milwaukee Ave #301, Chicago, IL 60641, USA
About the event
It may be a new year, but this is the New Moon. What better way to renew your promises to yourself, to return to the hopes and visions that you are calling into this new year and new time? This two hour yin practice is an opportunity to revise and revisit the intentions you've set out into the world and a chance to get clear about what you want and how you want them made manifest in the time to come.
A case in point: Dr. Kate wrote in her journal on Jan. 2, 2023: "I would like to save money to purchase a hybrid or electric vehicle in the near future." Little did she know that her reliable little car would fail catastrophically in February, not be repaired for nearly two months, and that she would purchase a hybrid vehicle with her household out of necessity and rental car exhaustion. Swift and gentle are two different modalities! Your intention in how intentions manifest matters!
Our two hour yin class will include journal prompts and time to activate your intentions through both writing and yin asana. Our yin postures will be languorous and supported, held for the just the right amount of time to let the posture do us. Yogis of all levels welcome!
- No experience necessary. All levels welcome.
- In studio & virtual admission.
- Option to bring a journal and/or object of spiritual significance
- Mats, props, bolsters, blankets and other supplies provided for in-studio participants.
- Headphones are recommended for virtual attendees.
- No refunds or credits for any reason.
- Wildlight members receive 10% off.
- Pre-registration is required. No drop-ins.
- Visit FAQs
About your instructor:
With a voice that soothes jangled nerves, Kate (she/her) specializes in the Taoist yoga tradition. She completed her 200-hour training with Matt Eshelman at You Do Yoga, focusing on functional anatomy and yin yoga, and her 500-hour training with Will Brashear at Lotus Yoga Temple, focusing on the integration of Thai Yoga, the meridians, and five element theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Kate draws from her vast skill set across the yogic tradition and healing arts, her love for the land, and her doctoral training in Religion and Psychology to offer classes and workshops that invite students toward embodied wisdom and inner knowing.
In-Person$60.00+$1.50 service fee
Zoom$50.00+$1.25 service fee