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Breaking a Habit - A Kundalini Yoga Workshop

with Biliana Angelova
Saturday, March 16, 2019
1:00pm - 3:00pm

This workshop will combine energizing yoga, breath work, and meditation as well as a deep gong immersion for relaxation.


Most of us want to stop bad habits and start good habits. Why is it so difficult when we usually know exactly what it is we need to change? Because we focus on how to get rid of the unwanted habit without examining the root of it, the very maladaptive reason why it serves us.

This yogic tradition addresses the process of breaking a habit in a simple and effective way: through prescribed movements, breaths, and mediations. Through this practice, we can create nourishing and healthy habits that naturally help us replace the old, destructive ones. For a deeper change, we will utilize yoga therapy principles to re-organize our brains and thought processes. From the inside out, we will then begin to see our lives re-organized. Most importantly, we come together to support each other, to commit together, and to have fun!”

No previous yoga experience is necessary. Bring a yoga mat, a blanket, and an open mind. 

$35 Before March 9th, $40 after

About your  Instructor:

Biliana Angelova, M.A, M.Ed, RYT 200 is a certified Kundalini Yoga instructor and yoga therapist with expertise in yoga, mindfulness, and mediation research. Biliana is devoted to building a community of enthusiastic and heart-opened yoga practitioners and helping people of all experience to transcend all manner of dis-ease through the healing technology of Kundalini Yoga. She serves both the general public and varied patient populations in Boston and San Diego.

About Kundalini Yoga:

Kundalini Yoga is the yoga to awareness and transformation. An ancient tradition known only to select practitioners, this yoga was brought to the West in the late 1960’s where it created a powerful and lasting change in those who practiced it. Every day around the globe somebody’s emotional and physical pain is lifted by this practice. If your desire for change has become greater than than your destructive habits then this is the yoga for you to try. 

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