Exploring Your Energetic Anatomy
About This Event
The healing traditions of both India and China provide maps of how bioenergy flows in our bodies. Learn to feel these subtle pathways and connections and how the force within them relates to your your physical, mental and emotional health. Learn the physical,physiological, and spiritual aspects of each chakra as well as postures to open and redirect energy of chakras. One day will focus on the chakra system originating in Yogic Philosophy and one day will focus on tradition Chinese medical model of acupuncture points and meridians.
Explore which organs and tissues are associated with each chakra including key emotional issues
Learn Color-Planet-Deity-Mantra associated with each Chakra
Learn the 14 primary acupuncture meridians and approx 12 primary acupuncture points and technique of acupressure for self-treatment of various conditions
Practice Yoga and Yoga Nidra to enhance capacity to experience subtle energies: “Prana/Qi”
Venue HighlightsWe are located in Salt Springs, Florida, amid the tranquil beauty of the Ocala National Forest on Lake Kerr, a spring-fed lake of nearly 3,000 acres. Beneath a canopy of towering Live Oaks, the six-acre campus features lush tropical gardens, stone decks and walkway, and a peaceful sand beach. The property includes a main house, lodge, main office, guest cabin, and brand new Healing Arts Center. We run programs year-long in service of our mission to bring authentic yogic wisdom to the world. If you’re not sure about taking a program yet, we also welcome guests for R&R.
AccommodationsWe offer dorm-style housing as well as private/shared accomodations for an additional charge.
- Air Conditioning in Rooms
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking
- Yoga Studio
- Gluten Free
- Dairy Free
- Nut Free
Menu/CuisineAll our programs include 3-vegetarian meals daily. Meals are prepared fresh and served buffet-style with a fresh salad bar included during lunch and dinner.
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Kelly Thompson May 21, 2019
Enjoyed a retreat two weeks ago on the Sadhana of Prana with Chandrakant and then returned this past weekend for a short Rest & Relaxation. Was hoping for Darshan with Gurudev, but though we missed out on that, we were grateful for Nirali’s Sunday morning presentation on the foundation for I AM Yoga. She is a wonderful teacher full of grace and embodied spirit. It was a gift to sit on the dock and watch the sunset and the full moon rise. We look forward to our next visit!
Joe DiScala February 12, 2019
Started in my mind (while feeling what was and not being able to quite my mind) seeing what's not there, over my stay I realized what was there was so much more I was a close friend to the Kripalu Ashram I had many friends, I consider myself very sensitive, so when Guru Dev was ousted I withdrew! My whole attraction was to practice non-judgment and here the institution that introduced me to the concept was being judgemental Kripalu since and the experience was wonderful just not the same spiritually but to the general, public the commercial customer it's got all the bells and whistles extremely well managed or was the last time typical of the corporate retreats around the world with a little less spirituality Amrit Yoga is for me the exception in a world that is attracted to bling I have revisited all the various methods I've tried and from this day forward become a devote I can't say enough words won't provide the essence of the feeling which is what it's all about God Bless and keep you in this world Amrit Yoga