Using the power of yogic mantra as a meditation for a busy mind and busy life allows for actual focus and awareness of deeper stirrings of the heart. Mantras will cultivate strength, clarity, abundance and courage to let your voice be heard.
A short physical practice will prepare the body for sitting in stillness and the majority of the time will be spent chanting.
No experience of mantra or meditation necessary.
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Born and raised in Yellowknife, NWT Jazz grew up with a massive appreciation for the wild outdoors. Every day, her family would bundle up and brave any arctic temperature and go play outside. Trudging through the snow, canoeing on the lake, climbing on the rocks or skiing through the trees was the cure to any and all problems. Movement was always a big part of her life, but it wasn’t until she stumbled onto a yoga mat that she understood why her mother rushed her out of the door at -40 degrees in the dead of winter. At the most basic and primal level, we all crave one thing: Connection. We want to feel connected to something greater than ourselves. The truest and simplest ways (I have found) to feel connected is by being in nature and by practicing yoga.
This practice has opened my eyes and heart repeatedly to my pure potential beyond what I ever thought possible. Every time we come to the mat, we are given a chance to fall in love with ourselves over and over again. What a gift that is! No matter how scattered or torn in all directions we may feel, that connection to self is what pieces us all back together, it brings us home.