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Tantra Workshop

• Learning Tantra Philosophy principles & how they apply to life
• Guided meditation
• 1:1 heart-opening discussion
• Tantra yoga class
• Facilitated conscious dance
• Note: While sexuality is one aspect of Tantra Philosophy, it will not be a focus of this workshop

• When: Saturday, March 23, 4:00 - 7:30 pm
• Where: Open Minds Fusion Studio: 515 W Lake St, Minneapolis
• Cost: $40
• Register here:

This workshop is designed and facilitated by Kate Noble. Kate brings a playful and earnest presence to teaching. She creates supportive environments that facilitate integration and connection – with your own body and emotions, between the personal and universal, and between passion and purpose.

Kate Noble is a Minneapolis-based certified yoga instructor. She completed a 200-hour Yoga Alliance certified training at Durga’s Tiger School for Tantra Yoga and Shamanism in Ecuador. Kate has experienced Tantra as a tool for channeling and cultivating inner joy, open-heartedness and lightness of being.

Tantra Yoga is meditation through both movement and stillness. Its slow and flowing approach builds patience and awareness, and unifies body, emotion and movement. It helps us notice our tension points, fill them with breath, release what does not serve us, and relax into our true nature.

Tantra Yoga practice extends beyond the mat into everyday life. It reveals the power we can harness from mindfully transforming our energy into movement and action. The practice helps show us it’s possible to act and expand/grow through relaxation and the power of intention, rather than through “doing.” This is a welcome alternative to the assumption that success requires constantly doing, exerting lots of energy, and pushing oneself past their limits.

The Sanskrit word “Tantra” refers to expansion and weaving. It is a “tool for expansion,” and represents the process of weaving together single strands of oneself into a unified whole, like a tapestry. This tapestry image illustrates the belief that everything in the universe is interconnected and in communication.

Tantra Yoga students have shared:
• “Being flexible and relaxed transmits into the rest of your life. If you’re calmer and more attuned to yourself, that feeds others.”
• “I can release lots of tensions from my body that come from emotions that I’ve been feeling for a long time.”
• “Being so quiet and present makes you more aware. The more aware you are, the more choices you have. I think I’ll be making better decisions.”
• “I’m realizing how socially constructed I am, a product of what I’ve always been told to do, and that I can redraw myself and explore life in a different way.”

Later Event: March 23
Aerial Glow Flow w/Bri