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Season 1 - Episode 4

Kali Yin

30 min - Practice


Sometimes blessings show up in unexpected packages; may we respect, perhaps even look forward to and delight in, our messy moments of change. In Hindu mythology, Kali is the goddess of destruction. She looks fierce, with her necklace of skulls and her skirt made of severed arms, but at her core she wants what's best for us. In this class, listen to the story of Kali as you sink into challenging poses making friends with difficulty, endings, and transitions - a lesson that translates into everyday life. You will feel better prepared to deal with challenges yet to come, and to reconcile the difficulties you've already gone through.
What You'll Need: Mat, Square Bolster


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Awesome class! Loving this whole series! Thank you so much, Kelly!
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I’ve been looking forward to this one all week. Kali is my spirit goddess; having been through some truly scary things with my own kids I have had to invoke my inner Kali during four different times in my life. I just love the fierceness of the mother who will do everything in her power for her children. This practice was powerful! 💥
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What a beautifully thought out class. I love the storytelling and it really made the toe stretch easier. Thanks for sharing!
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Thank you Kelly for another wonderful class. I am grateful for your thoughtful class, for learning about Kali, and for the inspiration to look at a recent upheaval in my life as a chance to move forward in a more powerful direction. 
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Love this format! Thank you!
Jennifer E Thank you!! 
Megan H Thanks Megan, I really appreciate it! I'm so happy that the classes are landing well with people. Makes my day :))
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Diane C Aw Diane, you're the best for letting me know! I am so grateful, and so happy that the classes are making you happy :)
Shannon B Thanks Shannon! xoxo
Jenny S Wow, thank you so much. Yes, us mamas have to really call on that fierce and protective energy, don't we? Oof. But we get through! And we're so much stronger for it (and so are our kids!)
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