December 17: Astrology + Breathwork w/ Amy Kuretsky & Lacey Prpić Hedtke
Breathwork is a powerful experiential tool and process that allows deep self-exploration and transformation. Breathwork uses only the power of our own breath with the support of music and a group dynamic to access a non-ordinary state of consciousness. We will seek a better understanding of ourselves through an intentional breathing practice to go within into the deepest parts of ourselves and witness whatever we find there with love and compassion.
There’s significant power in coming together in a sacred container to breathe and open our hearts together as a group. This group dynamic allows you to care for yourself while you care for your community through group healing. Because this process can bring up intense emotions and strong physical experiences, please understand that issues arising from participation in Breathwork may require additional therapeutic or supportive interventions.
If you are in the first trimester of pregnancy, have a recent TBI or history with seizures, retinal detachment, or any other significant health issue you’d like Amy to be aware of, please make this information known to her prior to your participation via email. As always, please feel empowered to discuss breathwork with your physician if you are concerned about participating for any reason.
This two hour event will be split into three parts: time to discuss the current astrology and set intentions as the wheel of the year turns, time to lay down and breathe together, and time after the breathing to share, witness, and ask questions.
No previous breathwork experience necessary. Wear comfy and warm clothes, bring a yoga mat, plus an eye covering or extra blanket or whatever makes you feel the most cozy and supported. Masking is optional, however taking a rapid test before arriving is requested – and also, Amy has done breathwork with a surgical mask on and reports it was fairly comfortable!
When: Sunday, December 17, 6-8 pm
How much: $40 or $70/ two people
Where: Yess Yoga, 105 E 26th St., Mpls