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Season 3 - Episode 3

Overcoming Limitations

30 min - Practice
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Kara leads a class to overcome mental limitations and restore confidence and courageousness. We explore Sat Kriya, breath of fire, and energetic movements to open the 3rd, 4th, and 5th chakras, move energy up the central channel, and clear mental blocks and self-doubt. You will feel empowered and self-assured.
What You'll Need: Mat

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Thank you for this invigorating class. I felt subtle releases of blockages during the sound healing. So wonderful. Sat Nam. Namaste. 
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Diane C thanks for your note - I’m thrilled to know the sound carries over so well through the platform. Sending good vibes 🙏
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I could feel the energy powering through blockages, very helpful.
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Christel B hello! Great to have you back practicing with me :) I’m so happy you felt the energy moving. Keep me updated on your progress through the series.
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Powerful medicine ✨✨✨✨
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Jenny S indeed!! Glad you’re feelin it 🙏
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Interesting - seemed to work on physical blockages.  Thanks.
Paula E Hi Paula - Fabulous! So happy to hear the kriya brought clearing, thats what this work is all about.  Keep me posted on your future experiences :)
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Love it! Just a question , when we do breathe of fire with this invigorating movements is difficult for me yo feel the bely expand, I feel like I am just breathing by the mouth with energy, is that ok?
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AnaSofia Hello -  great to hear from you!  My recommendation would be to slow your pace and breathing down a bit to allow more conscious application/use of the diaphragm  use of the diaphragm is what make the belly appear to move in and out).  Employing the diaphragm is an important element of this pranayama technique.  Keeping the breathing to only the upper regions of the chest tends to activate the sympathetic nervous system (fight or flight), which may give some unwanted results (anxiety, stress, tension).  I'd say slow down your pace to allow the strength of the diaphragm to build, then you may find after a little practice you can pick up the pace and the diaphragm will be along for the ride.  Let me know if you have any more questions and thanks for writing with this great question!
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