live, online classes

All of Molly’s April and May workshops in the states have been moved online. Please register below. 

 

Saturday, April 11,  12:30 – 2:30 PM PDT Yoga for Grief and Loss

 

Grief, like yoga, is both personal and universal. As we move through the collective grief of these difficult global times, as we navigate our own personal losses, as we prepare for the inevitable loss of our parents and loved ones, our yoga practice can be a soothing balm, but only if we truly understand how to harness its deeply healing qualities.
 
  • Can our yoga practice offer us respite and solace when we are faced with these individual and universal losses?
  • How do we leverage the practices we already know in order to help us shoulder this weight and move into a transformed version of our life – one that continues – and even thrives in spite of and after loss?
 
Come learn with Molly Lannon Kenny, who has been teaching and sharing on grief honoring and recovery for almost two decades. Whether you are grieving a personal loss, feeling the effects of collective grief, or are interested in facilitating circles of care for others, you will be inspired and nourished with deep philosophies and simple practices to find your way, as a guide or as a seeker, on your road to transformation.
 
At the end of this workshop, you will:
1. Understand the hidden facets of grief and how a personal yoga practice can address each one of them
2. Understand yoga as a intimately spiritual practice, far beyond just movement and breath, that can be applied to a person in bereavement
3. Have a greater understanding and practical tools in how to support a person who is in profound grief, including simple breath and movement practices
 

$45. Please register and pay here. You will be given Zoom login info once you have completed payment.

Please note: No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Please email to mlk@mollylannonkenny.org to inquire about scholarship.

 

This class will be online via zoom.
 
Molly Lannon Kenny is considered one of the leading teachers on the topic. Following the death of her own sister, she was plunged even more deeply into the intimacy of grief and its more hidden aspects. Do not miss this chance to study with her.
 
Saturday, April 11,  3 – 5 PM PDT    Yoga as a Mystic Tradition
  • Have you ever wondered how yoga is or is not connected to religion?
  • Have you been afraid to teach the spiritual aspects of yoga for fear of offending?
  • Have you had concerns about how yoga might conflict with your religion or the religion of your students?
 

Many folks are afraid to practice or teach the spiritual – and arguably the most important – aspects of yoga because they don’t want to proselytize or offend. Others are afraid that their yoga practice will conflict with their religion, and still others reject the religion of their childhood and turn to yoga as an idealized spiritual practice. And yet, at the mystical level, Yoga, Hinduism and Christianity map and complement one another beautifully.

An understanding of this helps us to mature our practice and teaching and to gain an understanding and reverence for a variety of religious and spiritual practices.

Join Molly, a teacher of Yoga and Vedanta for over twenty years, as well as a recent graduate of Richard Rohr’s Living School studying Christian Mysticism, as she helps us to share a new understanding of yoga as a mystic tradition, one that has deep and powerful roots that have flowered and entangled themselves into other religious traditions.

Discover how to benefit from these practices, whether it is for your own personal health and well-being, or for guiding others into their own inquiry and discovery.

At the end of this workshop, the student will be able to:

1. Define and understand the terms “mysticism” and “perennial wisdom/perennial tradition”
2. Speak of (and practice) yoga as a mystic tradition with clarity and confidence
3. Understand and appreciate the relationships between different mystic traditions, including Christianity, and create a new and mature relationship to them

$45. Please go here to register and pay. You will be sent the Zoom link to join the session upon completion of payment.

Please note: No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Please email to mlk@mollylannonkenny.org to inquire about scholarship.

This workshop will be online via zoom.

 
Molly has been a teacher of Yoga and Vedanta for over twenty years, and is a recent graduate of Richard Rohr’s Living School studying Christian Mysticism. She is a dedicated student, and considered a leading teacher on yoga as a mystic tradition, one that has deep and powerful roots that have flowered and entangled themselves into other religious traditions.

 

Sunday, April 12, 12 – 2 PM PDT Spirit of Renewal and Re-creation – an introduction to Lectio Divina and sacred movement
 
In this nourishing and inspiring two hour workshop, we will celebrate the spirit of renewal, recreation and hope. This is an all-levels, all faiths, all practices workshop.
 
 
We will begin with a short discussion focusing on renewal and the possibility and promise of Spring, especially touching on the dark and difficult times we are navigating together.
 
 
We will then learn a beautiful, simple practice from Christian mysticism called Lectio Divina, a way to enter into sacred scripture, using a variety of sacred texts and poetry.
 

We will finish with a gentle, nourishing all levels movement class, and a deep savasana – letting go of old patterns, identities and fears and awakening to new perspective and faith in the sacred unfolding of our own lives – individually and collectively.

$45. Please register and pay here. You will be given the Zoom link to join upon completion of payment.

 

 

 

 

 

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