Healing the Emotional Body Thru the Seven Sensitivities, Root to Crown~ Saturday, April 14, 2018~ 11:00 AM ~ 12:30 PM PDT
Join Diana Bohan and Anthony Rodriguez, Walking Crow for an amazing day of healing and learning how the Seven Sensitivities your Chakras/Energy Centers are connected to your emotions. You will learn how to be with the emotion of a specific Chakra and the feelings (emotion) that falls on that area. Diana will walk you thru a Yoga pose for a specific Chakra as Anthony drums and talks you thru the feelings as they emerge from old wounds, shame, trauma and pain while healing the emotional body.
Greeting and landing meditation (opening)
Opening: Singing in Spirit
What is healing through the 7 sensitivities?
Opening the Chakras
2nd: Angle (Butterfly), Goddess, Pigeon Poses
3rd: Boat, Plank, Bow Poses
6th: Guru Pranam and Nostril Breathing / or Seated Forward
Bend, Downward Dog, Nostril Breathing
7th: Tree Pose
Expanding your Electromagnetic Energy Visualization
Corpse (deep relaxation)
Closing: Singing back of Spirits
Lyd & Mo Photography
27 North Mentor Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91106
$40.00 Per Person
Diana’s yoga classes go beyond the physical performance of the body with an emphasis on breathing, meditation, and deep relaxation for both physical, mental, and emotional growth.
Diana’s mission is to help each and every student tap into their strength, embrace their inner wisdom and reclaim their power around food.
As a Shamanic drummer Anthony uses a 27 inch Powwow Drum to help others journey into other dimensions to find their spirit guides, spirit animals, gifts, healing's or to just find answers in an organic way.
Anthony, Walking Crow also hosts the Transformational Sacred Drum Medicine Show, weekly on blog talk radio, and has created Men in Self-Care (Misc) from his own life experiences and healing journey. He facilitates this group and helps men in a sacred and safe non-judgmental environment, find their voice and have a platform to speak on difficult issues or any subject that men are affected by in daily life, past traumas or triumphs.