DEC 14 | Karma Questions: Year-End Contemplative Yoga & Writing Workshop

A Collaboration between SheCoSystem & Daphne Gordon

Karma Questions* is a chance to connect mind and body through a gentle practice that combines yoga poses with writing prompts. Using movement, breath and sound along with pen-and-notebook reflection, we will listen in to the truth that exists beneath the buzz of daily life.

In this special year-end Karma Questions class, we will reflect back on 2015 and articulate intentions for 2016.

By sharing our reflections in a compassionate group, our realizations will become commitments to our deepest selves. We’ll be ready to align our actions with our intentions for the year ahead.
Participants will receive a follow-up guide to help you continue to embody your intentions as we move into the new year.
Experience of writing and/or yoga is absolutely not required for a Karma Questions class. Chair modifications will be offered for all poses.
  • Wear comfortable clothes
  • Yoga mats are available in the studio
  • Bring a pen
  • The SKETCH Movement Studio is located on the lower level of Artscape Youngplace

*With origins in ancient India, karma is a key concept in the Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, Sikh and Taoist traditions. Translated directly, it means work, actions, or deeds, and refers to the effects of one’s work-in-the-world. This is different than a job, a career or a business. Though the concept of karma may take paid work into consideration, it also includes the important unpaid actions we perform in our families, communities and creative lives.

DaphneGordon headshot small sizeDaphne Gordon is a journalist, fiction author and yoga teacher who loves to help others find true expression. While working as a reporter at a major daily newspaper, Daphne earned a 200-hour yoga teacher training certificate at YogaSpace and spent several months honouring the divine feminine at Yasodhara Ashram in British Columbia. In 2008, Daphne left her day job to become a parent and an indie publisher, and along the way, she discovered that writing and yoga are like strawberries and ice cream. They’re better together!

Register now – space is limited to 20 participants for this intimate workshop.