Sunday, July 2nd, 11am-6pm
with lunch break 1-2pm
Led by Niralli D’Costa
$100 Regular / $75 Members
Members, email firstname.lastname@example.org for discount code!
An experiential workshop to help you connect to the true nature of who you are!
Learn body based skills to help you feel the love and support that dwells inside and surrounds you at all times.
Learning to trust our true nature means unlearning the socially constructed narratives that tell us we are less than others and somehow inherently flawed, but how do we unlearn these messages that have been so deeply engrained in our consciousness and experience of ourselves?
Embodied spiritual practice gives us the opportunity to come into the present moment. When we come into the present moment all of the conditioning that keeps us from our true nature begins to emerge.
In this workshop we will explore practices that allow us to work with our relationship to ourselves by cultivating trust in our body’s sensations and impulses. We will explore self love, love between self and other, and love in community.
As a Holistic Psychotherapist, Sacred Embodiment teacher, and Energy Healer, Niralli believes that each of us holds within us the wisdom we need to heal and awaken to our own true nature. She draws upon her long-term study of yoga, meditation, and tantra to support people on their spiritual path and healing journey. As a practitioner, she is passionate about serving people who have traditionally been marginalized as she sees social justice as central to our collective liberation, healing, and evolution.
Niralli is a CA licensed marriage and family therapist (MFT #54007), certified ecotherapist, and teacher and practitioner of innovative energy healing modality Syntara System. She has a private practice in Oakland, CA. where she works with individuals, couples, and facilitates groups. Over the last year she has been exploring the relationship between social justice and spiritual practice as a teacher in Piedmont Yoga’s Spiritual Justice Immersion and Yoga Teacher Training and she is working in collaboration with the Yoga and Social Justice Conference to present workshops in Northern and Southern California this summer and fall. To learn more about her work, visit her at www.nirallitara.com and www.movementforawakening.com
This event is co–hosted by the Yoga and Social Justice Collaborative and the Yoga & Body Image Coalition and is part of of a series of yoga-in-action workshops that runs through the year and supports themes presented in the Annual Spiritual Justice Conferences in Oakland, Los Angeles and New York.