Many Ways to Enjoy Fall with Yoga and Healing in Evanston




Photo Credit: Heaven Meets Earth

Outdoor Yoga and Live Music Saturday - The Fall Equinox Celebration, sponsored by Heaven Meets Earth Yoga, the Evanston History Center and Jade Yoga, starts at 9 a.m., September 23, at the Dawes Mansion ($10-$20 donation). There will be yoga on the lawn with live music provided by the MahaRa Yoga Band. All levels and ages are welcome. BYO yoga mat and receive a chance to win a free Jade Yoga mat.

       Other September activities will take place at the Heaven Meets Earth Yoga studio.

Chakradance – Awakening, an eight-week series, will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Wednesdays or 2 to 4 p.m. Sundays, beginning September 6.

Fall Yoga Teacher Training will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays beginning September 9. Enroll in teacher training as a path for self-improvement and healing or to begin a career as a certified yoga teacher.

Full Moon Fire Ceremony and Gong and Reiki Events; see website for dates.

Practice with Kartar Khalsa - How to Live Life from your Deep Self ($50) will take place at 6:30 p.m., September 15. The only thing that will bring peace to our world and peace to our hearts is the practice of the presence of the deep self. It is the self beyond the chatter of the mind and the world; it is the self that is already connected to our true destiny and the sense and order that we crave for our lives and the world.

Spiritual, Fitness and Nutritional Life Coaching for Adults, Teens and Kids, a four-session program, is offered for $260.

Locations: Fall Equinox Celebration, 225 Greenwood and the Lakefront; Heaven Meets Earth Yoga, 2746 Central St., Evanston. For more information, call Lisa Faremouth Weber at 847-475-1500 or visit HeavenMeetsEarthYoga.com.

 

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