The Yogic Way: Embodying Wholeness in Transition with Annie Dee

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Join us on for The Yogic Way: Embodying Wholeness in Transition

Join Annie Dee for a 75-minute Akhanda Yoga class. Akhanda is the Sanskrit word for “Whole.” This methodology aims to preserve the ancient roots of yoga within the context of our modern age. With the use of five elements: Movement, Breathwork, Mantra, Meditation, and Yogic Wisdom, this class aims to give emphasis and direct experience to some of the most ancient and often overlooked aspects of yogic practice. Each element directly influences the expansion of various layers of being to create a holistic experience that enlivens the practitioner’s innate wholeness.

This is suitable for all levels. Create a loving and cozy environment, set up a yoga mat, and light a candle! You can expect an inward practice that will utilize Sanskrit Mantra, Hatha-based asana, Pranayama, Kriya, and Meditation.

More About Annie:

Annie Dee was introduced to a yogic lifestyle and practices at a young age, and learned her first meditation technique at the wee age of five. This early introduction to the yogic traditions ignited her path and she hasn’t looked back. Her passions eventually led her to India where she studied with Himalayan Yoga Master, Yogrishi Vishvketu, in the Nath lineage of Hatha and Akhanda yoga.

As a facilitator, Annie aims to integrate the subtleties of the ancient tradition into the context of our modern age. She loves helping humans find grace in their life, both within movement and within the mind through tools of embodied practices that include a dynamic range of movement, dance, bhakti yoga, and mindful habit design. She is the founder of Joyful YOUniverse, an upcoming platform for cosmic meditations to connect to one’s intrinsic purpose and origins as both a cosmic and earthly being.

Connect with Annie on IG! @anniedeeyogini

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About Inner Tide:

Tides are what move us. Cyclical, ever-changing forces, seen and unseen, marking the waves of time.

Inner Tide is an online monthly membership where we come together to explore the rhythmic tides of the universe and deepen our relationship with the fundamental life force that connects us all. With the seasons, and each changing month as our temporal foundation, we explore the cycles of the year and the various ways they impact and correspond to our shifting inner landscape.

Seasons, as a form of tides, are one of the most ancient tools humans have used to deeply and innately connect us to nature, ourselves, the collective, and the profound mystery of human life on earth. Living in harmony with the seasons is a deeply nourishing act and something that has been a practice of our ancestors – all over the world – for millennia.

Each month we will dive into the energetics of the month and the season we are in, deepening our understanding of the time of year and its relationship to each of us and the collective. We will also explore “The Wheel of the Year” which holds the Celtic-based holidays where the summer & winter solstices, and spring & autumn equinoxes are the four major turning points throughout the year. 

Every morning we will gather virtually to explore and develop a morning practice, experimenting with new techniques and inquiring within as we expand our relationship with ourselves. Weekly guest teachers will share their wisdom and knowledge on a wide range of topics, inviting us to dive into the body, mind, and spirit from unique vantage points. Physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being are cornerstones of our exploration, as we learn from practitioners of culinary arts, nutrition, herbalism, meditation, mindfulness, creativity, expression, and beyond. 

Through each month’s exploration of various modalities, practices, traditions, and ideas, our intention is to strengthen and develop the relationship between the external and the internal. As we develop this relationship and our connection to the natural world, we also begin to tune in, listen to, and truly honor our own inner tide.