3 Day of Self-Love, Self-Care challenge: RELEASE
Transcend the Ordinary.
In 2022, the March equinox will occur on Sunday, March 20, at 11:33 A.M. EST. If you happen to reside in the Northern Hemisphere, this date will also mark the start of the spring season.
Spring represents a new day; it’s dawn in the wheel of the year. A new sun is rising. Life is waking up in the warm sunlight & your spirit feels ready to make a fresh start. This time of year your spirits is bright & coming alive with new ideas.
You can’t be fully awake and ready to make a fresh start if you are holding on to old believes, behavior patterns and keep listening to your inner critic. Let it go … RELEASE, detox & heal.
TRANSCEND the Ordinary … RELEASE what is not serving you (inner critic, perfectionism etc.) and OPEN up the portal where light resides!
Let’s wake up together and stay awake as we move into Spring!
Show up for yourself … every day … 3 days/ 45 min per day In person and/ or Livestream/ Replay will be sent to you after the live session.
- Asana practice to detox and heal
- Mudras to open up the portal where light resides
- Mantras to decrease anxiety and depressive symptoms and increase self-compassion and self-awareness
You can mix in Person and Livestream experience, you can choose to take sessions later via replay, you can take 1 class or sign up for the series of 3. Choices.
Investment in You:
$25 – drop in pass (3 x 25 + $75)
$45 – 3 day pass
$15 – 3 day pass for studio members (those who are on monthly autopay, couples membership or 1 year prepaid)
In Person: https://datzastudios.pike13.com/e/170083171
Livestream/ Replay: https://datzastudios.pike13.com/e/170135438
Datza is the creator and visionary for Datza Yoga Studio, which has been based in Eastlake, Seattle since 2018. For Datza, yoga is a lifelong journey of understanding and appreciating your beautiful body. Heralding from Riga, Latvia where from an early age traditional music, dance and sports was a part of everyday life, Datza discovered the joy of using her body to create movement and expression. Datza became captivated with yoga as she felt true self-reflection, personal development and empowerment can be possible through grounded and inclusive practice.