Breathing with Spirit

An Ancient form of Movement: Tantra Yoga…

At it’s root, Tantra means network and refers to weaving the fabrics of life together. Tantra Yoga asanas are derived from the Vedas, ancient metaphysical knowledge. These movements balance our energy system (prana) and root them in the infinite consciousness to allow the release of deep seated tensions and fears, and shift the identity towards divinity while increasing strength, flexibility, precision, and health. Through tantra we learn to dance between the energetic exchange between Shiva (divine masculine) and Shakti (divine feminine) and integrate kundalini energy into the yoga exploration. Tantra is a complete ancient vision of the cosmos. The tantric sciences explore sound, alchemy, astronomy, astrology and divine principles.

This yoga series is practiced in a slow and flowing manner to build patience and awareness by combining standing Hatha poses and floor based Yin-like postures. Each asana is held gently for a period of time to allow relaxation into the posture and allows for each student to find their own unique expression. Over time students learn to meditate in the posture to connect with the divine. The focus is on relaxing into postures, and giving your nervous system time to integrate through long holds, repeated savasanas and breath retention.

 
 
 

TANTRA YOGA Sessions Explore…

 
  • Hatha & Yin like Poses & Sequence

  • chakra centered movement

  • kundalini Practices

  • Meditation, Mantra Chanting, & Sound Alchemy

  • Tantric/Shamanic Rituals & Excercises

    To book/inquire about sessions email me at gogothule@gmail.com.

 
 
 
It’s still fascinating to me that our body is and can be a vehicle to align with spirit, healing, and wisdom.
— Gogo Thule, RYT
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RYT 200 Tantric Yoga & Meditation Guide.

Trained in Ecuador at the Durga’s Tiger School of Tantra Yoga Shamanism. Kaula Tantra Lineage.

Before delving into African spirituality the eastern teachings were my foundation. I started with meditation and explored many forms of yoga. I seeked some form of enlightenment that made my purpose clear and allowed me to connect with spirit through that union that the yogic sciences speak of. Every time I sat in meditation or on a mat to move consciously there was always as sense of relief and “ah-moment” that this is what my souls needs. Yoga is a part of me, and that became clearer when in the midst of my Sangoma initiation, I channeled an ancient being into my body and did a number of yogic poses from the East (including Kemet) that I had never even seen before. It’s still fascinating to me that our body is and can be a vehicle to align with spirit, healing, and wisdom. In 2018, I completed my first 200 hour training.