Moving to the Center with Natasha Korshak

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Yoga Workshop: Moving to the Center with Natasha Korshak
Glenwood NM USA
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“Moving to the Center” will combine intermediate level Hatha Yoga with labyrinth walks when 18 yogis come together May 18th for the one-day workshop. Instructor Natasha Korshak has taught Yoga for more than 20 years and has a deep interest in the integration of the physical, philosophical and spiritual dimensions of practice. Her original teacher training was with Swami Mahatarananda of the Kriya Yoga lineage. She has studied for the last 15 years with Rama Jyoti Vernon. She has also studied with many pioneers in the field of mind, body, spirit healing and has worked in a variety of settings with people from all over the world. Natasha’s teaching is best described as heart-centered, meditative, reverent and expansive. Natasha carried the highest level of yoga certification via the National Yoga Alliance, is a faculty member of the International Yoga College. She helped create holistic programs that complement conventional cancer treatment at Southern Arizona Cancer Care Center. Recently, she contributed to the launching of the Mindful Veteran’s Project serving Tucson area veterans and their families dealing with stress and trauma. Natasha has studied Vedic Astrology with swamis and masters in the US and India, and is the daughter of a Kriya Yoga swami who was also an astrologer. She is a graduate of the American College of Vedic Astrology. She can be contacted at 520-628-9642 to make an appointment to interpret workshop participants’ charts while she is in Glenwood. Cordelia Rose, Glenwood’s yoga instructor and labyrinth-maker, will make her five Whitewater Mesa Labyrinths available for walking meditation and chanting to deepen the centering experience. The day-long workshop will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the Glenwood Community Center. Participants will practice Sun salutations, Standing poses, Backbends and Twists. At noon, students will go to Whitewater Mesa Labyrinths for a brown bag lunch, walking meditation, yoga for hands and chanting. At 3 p.m., students will return to the Community Center for three hours of asanas, including Seated poses, Supine poses, Inversions, and Restorative poses. Pranayama is emphasized throughout the classes. The workshop is limited to 18 participants and is designed for students who currently practice yoga. For information and registration call 575 539-2868 or

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