Anuwolley Host an evening of Kemetic Yoga & Vision Boarding.
Materials Provided: Magazines, Glue Sticks, Boards. Scissors.
Materials Encouraged to Bring: Magazines, pictures, anything visual that resonates with you. Scissors, Your crystals, feathers, etc.Your openess, honesty, boldness, and most importantly Breath.
Plant based food and tea will be served.
Curated playlist for music lovas
Paolo Santo/Sage/Incense burning.
Afro-diasporic space centered. All are welcome.
Bartering accepted for payment.
Use the practice to enlighten the spirit for productive, positive and prosperous direction aka envisioning. direction. purpose.
What is a Vision Board?
A creative and artistic picture board/collage of goals, items, experiences, lovers, etc, anything you desire for your life.
Why it's important:
1. Vision or visual representations of what we desire in our journey serves as reminder when we can not mentally think about our goal. The visual representations gently reminds the spirit and affirms the goal/vision. It ignites that creative spirit in which created the vision, encouraging steadfastness with our goal and knowing in time we will make it happen.
2.Collective breath and meditative practice enhances the individual both physiologically and mentally. The unity in collective practice moves us beyond a singular experience, it connects us to the all, knowing that our connectiveness is our oneness.
3. Collective & Personal Accountability to Greatness. Assists in the healing of generational wounds manifested through racism/white supremacy.
Kemetic Yoga refers to a holistic spiritual system of self-development created by the sages of ancient Egypt.Kemetic yoga is understanding of our connection to the spirits of our ancestors and the true nature of Divine Universal Forces(Deities properly called Neteru).(Yoga Skills) It is a meditative, slow and passive practice, emphasizing the four point breathing method. Through geometric progression and intentional breath control, we move and circulate life force, strengthen the respiratory system, activate the circulatory, parasympathetic nervous system, thyroid and glandular system.
The cultivation of practice is an internal tune up, of stretching, lengthening, releasing, and deepening. In our breath we are grounded, cleansed and restored for a new day.