Seven Windows to the Soul: A Chakra Weekend Workshop with Anodea Judith
September 14-16, 2018
This weekend workshop gives you both experiential and intellectual tools for understanding the complete chakra system within your own body and psyche. Come prepared to both learn about the chakras and move your own energy into new places.
Charge and the Energy Body
Friday, September 14, 2018
6:30 pm to 9 pm
What is it that makes us feel truly alive and why do we fear it? Learn about the life force, as prana, chi, or charge, and how it energizes the chakras and everything else we do. Learn how important it is to keep our charge balanced for healthy functioning and how the patterns of charging and discharging become hardwired into our personality. From Anodea’s lifelong work with the chakras and therapeutic issues, this talk brings you a new way to look at Energy Psychology.
Seven Windows to the Soul: A Chakra Weekend Workshop
Saturday, September 15 to Sunday, September 16, 2018
This weekend will introduce you to the experience of the seven sacred energy centers, or chakras, that spin at the core of your being, generating your life patterns and physical health. Combining yoga and bioenergetic exercises with guided meditations, partner work, breath, sound, art, and dynamic discussions of chakra principles, you’ll gain valuable tools for self-diagnosis and healing of common energetic blocks as well as a developmental framework for how those blocks came to be. The approach addresses both body and psyche, blending developmental psychology and Jungian concepts, as well as both Eastern and Western somatic studies. Past participants have called this workshop “empowering,” “enlightening,” and “transformational.”
Chakra-related topics include:
- First chakra: grounding and survival
- Second chakra: sexuality and emotions
- Third chakra: power and will
- Fourth chakra: love and relationship
- Fifth chakra: communication and creativity
- Sixth chakra: intuition and archetypes
- Seventh chakra: consciousness and spirit
Your Guest Speaker – Anodea Judith
Anodea Judith, Ph.D. is the director of Sacred Centers (SacredCenters.com), a teaching organization for yoga, psychology, and transformational wisdom. She holds a doctoral degree in Psychology and Human Health, is a 500-hour registered yoga teacher (E-RYT 500), and has engaged in lifelong studies in psychology, yoga, mythology, sociology, history, systems theory, evolution, and comparative religion.
She is considered the foremost Western writer on the subject of the chakra system, with several best-selling books, including the classics Wheels of Life and Eastern Body-Western Mind, as well as the award-winning DVD, The Illuminated Chakras. The much-anticipated release of Anodea Judith’s Chakra Yoga (Llewellyn, September 2015) replaces her ever-popular and useful Chakra Yoga Teacher Training Manual.
She teaches world-wide and is considered to go-to authority on the chakra system. Her most recent book is called Anodea Judith’s Chakra Yoga.
Cost and Registration
$475.00 per person for the full weekend (Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday). Register before May 31, 2017, for a SAVINGS of $50.00 for $425.00 per person.
Friday evening only: $45.00 per person.
Refunds, minus an Administration Fee, are available up until five (5) days before the starting date. No refunds or credits will be provided after that time.
14 CEU’s possible for therapists, social workers, and yoga teachers. All Sacred Centers workshops are pre-approved in California by the Board of Behavioral Sciences PCE 2208. Click here for more info on CEUs.
“Anodea Judith’s work is stellar, richly woven, and packed with a depth of information and transformative experiences. A truly exemplary teacher and guide!” —E.R.
“Anodea is a wealth of information and translates eastern knowledge into a western frame with ease and simplicity.” —R.B.
“Anodea Judith seems very integrated with her work. She kept her finger on the pulse of the combined group energy. She kept the workshop moving at a stimulating pace. I gained a fuller understanding of my energy centers and how they relate to the environment, and each other.” —B.H.