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We Are The Ocean: Sound Healing & Meditation w/Tina Rodriguez

We Are The Ocean: Sound Healing & Meditation w/Tina Rodriguez

“Your sweat is salty, I am why.”—Oceania, Bjork

The water our life force, what keeps us alive aside from our breath.
Our last meditation we focused on our connectivity to all that is.
I briefly brought in the intricate circuitry of the water and how that applies and connects to our venous and other systems in our bodies.

We will be working with this a bit more this meditation as June 8th is World Oceans Day!
Our oceans, their health and harmony are directly related to our own. Taking some time to connect our own bodies and the water within them and addressing what needs to be healed, also affects the body of the earth/ocean.

They say all life comes from the ocean, and any creature that we see on land has evolved in adaptation.

I recently returned from a journey where I connected with some ocean creatures that are suffering, and as a sound healer and conduit for their sounds and frequencies this is something I have heard for some time. We are not separate from these creatures nor what they endure. But with their unconditionally loving hearts they are still here (as well as their inter dimensional counterparts) to assist us in raising our frequency/vibration and healing our bodies with their sounds.

We will focus on where anything may be stagnate in our emotional bodies, the waters of our hearts. Allowing ourselves to gently stir up these waters to release anything that keeps those waters from moving/flowing freely.

Please bring a bottle of water to honor as well as charge this water with the sounds/energy we will share in this session so you can drink in these frequencies and continue the healing process.

I’m looking forward to sharing this sacred space with you!


Tina

* Please bring a pillow, mat/blanket to sit/lay for meditation
* dress comfortably
* bring an open heart and any intentions you may have for your healing

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The Magician: Concentration Without Effort

The Magician: Concentration Without Effort

The 1st Major Arcanum of the Tarot: The Magician, is a symbol of Mysticism. He represents the foundation of the spiritual journey. In this workshop we’ll study the symbolism of The Magician (including the method for understanding symbolism itself), and apply what we learn to an All-Levels, Alignment Based Yoga Practice with an emphasis on Balance.

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300 Hour Info Session

300 Hour Info Session

Join Kiely, Shanti & Rey for an info session about our upcoming 300 Hour Advanced Yoga Training & Mentorship!

Temples In Prison

Temples In Prison

After completing my first yoga training in 2005, I was intimidated to teach. The LA yoga market was saturated with young hot-shot teachers trying to make it onto schedules and sub lists all over town. After being relegated to the eternal sub list and experiencing a series of deaths, I became jaded with the yoga scene. I decided it was time for a fresh start and moved to Austin, TX.

In 2013, I began teaching yoga to an inmate population of men who had been incarcerated for committing serious crimes often linked to drug and alcohol addiction. They were visibly agitated, unable to rest in stillness or even keep their eyes closed. Their bodies were another sort of prison. Sitting on their mats twitching and jumpy, each man was searching for change within himself, and yoga had given me the tools to help them.

After our first class together, one of the students walked up to me and said  “I don’t deserve to feel this good.” The other inmates shared his sentiment. I explained to them that “Namaste” means “the divinity in me recognizes the divinity in you,” and I repeated it over and over looking into each man’s eyes. The practice of yoga cultivates presence. Through focused breath and body awareness these men were able to create space from their haunting past and discouraging future. They began to experience the light within themselves and reflect it back to me, allowing me to see my own light in a new way.

By the end of our time together, my new friends were able to sit peacefully in meditation. It was a profound transformation to behold. They thanked me and told me that I changed their lives. The truth is, they changed mine. Everyone is in a prison of one form or another. Witnessing and facilitating these men’s transformation, as well as my own, made me realize I wanted to teach public classes again. I put myself in a position to be given the opportunity to teach at Practice Yoga Austin, where I am currently teaching 5 classes to a large group of regular students. Ive also been given the honor of co-leading the PYA 200 Hour Summer Teacher Training Intensive with Laura Joy in July. Bringing real and positive change to people’s lives is the most rewarding thing you can do. Give yourself the gift of teaching yoga and share it with the world. 

Namaste,

Marnie

200 HR Teacher Training Intensive