Spring Equinox Celebration

Tuesday, March 19th, 6:30 – 8:30pm

Alejandro Santiago

 

The Toronto Kundalini Yoga community, Lotus Yoga and The Garden invite you to join In Person to embrace the rejuvenating energy of the Spring Equinox with a special Kundalini Yoga Workshop hosted by Alejandro Santiago. Join us for a transformative experience as we gather around a sacred bonfire to release the burdens of the past and make room for new, flourishing opportunities that spring brings. Guided by the powerful practice of Kundalini Yoga Meditation, you will embark on a journey of selfto delve into the profound pra-discovery and renewal. The evening crescendos with a blissful gong bath, harmonizing your mind, body, and spirit.

This workshop is not just a yoga session, it is a soulful celebration of the changing seasons and a chance to connect with a like minded community. Take this opportunity to reflect on what no longer serves you and set it a blaze, allowing yourself the space for a fresh start and the blossoming of your true potential. Let the Spring Equinox be the catalyst for your personal transformation.

 

REGISTRATION: Space is limited to 15 participants. Pre Registration is required. Address details will be provided upon registration.

Single $35 + hst
Bring a Friend – $60 + hst
 
Cancellation policy is 12 hours prior to the class.  

 

DATE & TIME: Tuesday, March 19th, 6:30-8:30pm

LOCATION: College & Bathurst

Alejandro Santiago is a Life Coach and yoga instructor.
He first experienced the benefits of kundalini yoga when he was a student at Parsons School of Design in New York City. To cope with the stress of university he cultivated a practice of pranayama, an ancient form of yogic breathwork.

Today, He teaches people how to get out of their heads and into their breath by merging the western practices of Mindfulness based in self-compassion and yogic pranayama meditations. He studied Compassionate Inquiry, a therapeutic approach to uncover and heal trauma in our bodies created by Dr. Gabor Maté.

When he’s not teaching and coaching he works as a portrait photographer in Toronto.