Kemetic Yoga 8 week series with Kassandra

KEMETIC YOGA 8 week series with Kassandra
Sundays 11-12pm
Sept. 23 – Nov. 11, 2018

$125 for the full 8 week series
*Advanced registration and payment is required*

Register online here: https://fall2018kemeticyogaseries.eventbrite.ca or email: info@alkemywellness.ca to make other arrangements

WHAT IS KEMETIC YOGA?
Thousands of years before what we know of as modern-day Yoga surfaced in India, this healing science was being practiced in Africa by our Kemetic Ancestors. Kemet, meaning the Black land, is the original name for the region we know of today as Egypt. The practice of Yoga moved out of the Nile Valley into the Indus Valley through the Dravidians, an advanced civilization of African people.

Kemetic Yoga is the Ancient African system of breath, movement and meditation practiced to achieve harmony and union with the divine.

Through the practice of Kemetic Yoga, one achieves many physical benefits, such as strengthening, stretching and toning the muscles, increasing flexibility throughout the body, improving blood and lymph circulation, stimulating all the organs of the body, strengthening the immune system and restructuring and aligning the skeletal system.

Mentally, the practice of Kemetic Yoga helps you to develop concentration, control your thoughts (rid yourself of negative thought patterns), increase your ability to learn and improve decision-making skills.

Emotionally, the practice of Kemetic Yoga helps eliminate stress, anger, frustration, anxiety, jealousy, self-doubt and negativity.

Energetically, Kemetic Yoga will remove blockages from the energy channels in the body and will increase the level and intensity of energy (life force) flowing through the body, bringing profound healing and regeneration.

The deeper purpose of the practice is to connect to your true self, find harmony and elevate your vibration.

Learn about how our ancestors purified and harmonized mind, body and soul to more closely reflect the divine. Take a journey towards self-healing, self-knowledge, growth, transformation and self-actualization through this ancient practice.