Sarah Lindgren   Manifest Your Dharma
Manifest Your Dharma - Sarah Lindgren

Location: Riverwest, 700 N Carpenter, Chicago, IL 60642.

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Manifest Your Dharma

Friday Jan 19

regular: $25
member: $20

Using the practice of the Yamas and Niyamas you will hone in on your own unique Dharma with the intention to create a life that is fulfilling and abundant.

Do you find in your current day to day there is an underlying tension or maybe the thought that something is missing? Get to the root of the issue. In these 2 hours we will incorporate the practice of letting go with grace and cultivating clear intention by bringing focus to your unique dharma or purpose. Exploring and understanding what your inner being is calling for and creating the opportunity for those desires, dreams and goals to come to fruition. Together we explore the need to live from a fulfilled state and access our inner desires through the use of yogic tools. In this practice we including the use journaling, vinyasa flow and meditation to uncover and tap into the wisdom that lives within.

About Sarah Lindgren

I wish to live in a world where people communicate face to face, eat real food, and nurture themselves as well as those around them.

I began practicing yoga in 2006 while I was expecting my first daughter. I have found that a full practice guided by the 8 limbs of yoga provides me with a deeper understanding of myself and connectivity to those around me. I practice and teach because yoga gives you permission to be yourself, uncovered, dirty and honest and we all need to know that it is okay to just be as we are.

As a yoga teacher, montessorian, and JuicePlus representative I’ve been teaching yoga since summer of 2015, gaining 200hr certification in 2016 from Moksha Yoga in Chicago. Working with children ranging in age from 15 months – 9 years at a local Montessori school since 2009 and helping people develop awareness about the food they put in their mouths as well as their children’s mouths since 2011.

When I’m not meditating, or attempting arm balances and inversions, you can find me gardening with my family and whipping up vegan sweets.

Join me in cultivating a more compassionate, judgeless, and honest community through the practice of yoga. and