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MetaAnatomy of the Hip with Kristin Leal

In this workshop, of course, we will dive into muscle, organ and bone but we equally acknowledge this “core” of the body houses the experience of emotional processing and release. How we breathe, how we move, how we digest are inextricably woven together in the tapestry of who we are and who we wish to become....

MetaAnatomy of the Abdomen with Kristin Leal

In this 5-Hour workshop, of course we will dive into muscle, organ and bone but we equally acknowledge this “core” of the body houses the experience of emotional processing and release. How we breathe, how we move, how we digest are inextricably woven together in the tapestry of who we are and who we wish to become....

MetaAnatomy Volume Two Body Poetry – Book Launch with Kristin Leal

Join us as we celebrate the release of MetaAnatomy-Body Poetry with yummy vegan treats, art by Amanda Shafran, book signing and Q&A and a very special meditation. Books will be on sale at a special price throughout the evening. Come celebrate Body Poetry and enjoy a fun evening at ISHTA with Kristin!  In Volume Two- Body Poetry we explore the maps and models of the Nadis, Chakras, Koshas and Vayus and take a closer look at the poetry of our breath, brain and heart. Each chapter also concludes with a meditation to help us reconnect to the embodied experience of our own physical and energetic anatomies....

MetaAnatomy Shoulder Speak with Kristin Leal

The shoulder girdle is the toll booth on the road from heart to brain. By addressing its sweet balance we can have profound effect not just in our yoga postures but in our lives. Join us as we examine technologies that I have seen to be immediately beneficial to my own body and numerous students over the years. Come empower yourself and your students to stop pulling ourselves apart and start reuniting our body, heart and mind....

MetaAnatomy Spinal Reset with Kristin Leal

The number one reason people come to Yoga (Āsana) is to relieve back pain. While Āsana can be very therapeutic for our spines it, unfortunately, can also be aggravating. Housing both the superhighway of nerves as well the energetic body’s Sushumna Nadi, balancing the graceful architecture of the vertebral column has wide-ranging structural and spiritual benefits. Join us as we examine technologies that I have seen to be immediately beneficial to my own body and numerous students over the years. ...