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Sat, Mar 11


2424 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106, USA

Yoga and the Practice of Death

Led by Ashaya Blalock, yoga instructor, registered nurse and social justice activist

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Yoga and the Practice of Death

Time & Location

Mar 11, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

2424 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106, USA

About The Event

It seems that everything in life changes. What is temporary? What is eternal? What will I take with me when I die?

No matter what you believe about death and what happens after death, many people struggle with this inevitable part of life. As a nurse with intensive ICU and hospice experience, I have spent a great deal of time supporting both patients and families who are navigating the death process. Through this work, three things have become quite clear.

1. Most people experience significant anxiety and/or fear when faced with their own death or the death of a loved one.

2. Some people experience true despair when faced with death, and this usually comes in the form of mental anguish, deep regret, and depression.

3. Both of the above can be improved by the examination of deathlessness and the practice of living authentically by becoming aware of who we really are at our core.

During this 3 hour workshop, we will explore our own sense of identity and experience yogic practices that help us to go within and commune with the parts of ourselves that are deathless. We will engage in the kundalini yoga practices of meditation, mantra, and kriya (or asana, in this case). 

All abilities are welcome and will be accommodated.

This is a donation based event. 

Pricing Levels are:

Suggested: $30

Mid-level: $15

Sponsorship: $50

Learn more about Ashaya HERE.  For questions, please e-mail Ashaya at





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