Center For Arts & Equity

December 31, 2023
Show at 2:00 pm
Doors open at 1:30 pm
$35 in adv.
$40 at the door
130 Pine Street, Florence, MA

New Year's Eve Yoga

With Medicine Wheel Teachings by Rosa Khalsa

As we mark the crossing from last year to next, we will consciously let go of past negativity and embrace the future refreshed with a clear mind and a courageous heart.

In the New Year’s Eve session, we will discharge negative energy from our cells, organs, thought forms and electromagnetic fields. Once cleared we are ready to access gratitude on a deeper level. Ruth Anne will lead a 75-minute yoga class, followed by Medicine Wheel Teachings offered by Rosa Khalsa.

In the New Year’s Day session we will attune ourselves to positive power so that we can each step into 2024 fully conscious, empowered and energized to manifest our personal highest vision throughout the year. Ruth Anne will lead a 75 minute yoga class, followed by a Peruvian Despacho ceremony led by Rose Khalsa.

Ruth Anne’s yoga classes are accessible to beginners, yet satisfying to all levels. They are creative, fresh, nuanced, and often surprising. Expect the unexpected!

The two days are designed as a “mini-retreat” to support us in crossing the threshold of the New Year. Participants are encouraged to attend both, but each is a complete experience and can be taken separately. Each session is 3 hours. Bring a yoga mat, a large blanket, water bottle, journal, pillows, an offering of shells or stones, and a treasured object for our altar.

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Ruth Anne Lundeberg has been practicing yoga for 50 years. She began teaching in 1991. She was founder/ director of Mama Nirvana’s New Yoga (later Nirvana Yoga) from 1999 to 2020 winning “Best of the Valley” 10 times. She has taught yoga teacher trainings and retreats locally and internationally. She is also a hypnotherapist, Craniosacral therapist, actor, visual artist, writer and dancer.

Rose Khalsa is the Director of The Polarity Center & Shamanic Studies. She has been teaching internationally for over 40 years. Rose was a Sundancer and remains a Pipe Carrier in the Ojibwa tradition. Her medicine name, given when she was adopted in the Lakota tribe, is “Tanampe Wakan Wi”(Sacred Hand Woman), for her healing work for the people. Most recently, Rose was given the spiritual name, “Prem” which means Divine Love, from the Grandmothers. They told her it was a doorway opening to her new spiritual path of sharing love and service on a deeper scale with the world. Rose spent years studying with Tibetan Shamans in Nepal. Additionally, she has studied with Rosalyn Bruyere, Sandra Ingerman, Michael Harner and Tom Cowan. Rose’s present teacher is Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rimpoche, from the Bon tradition.

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