Join us as we celebrate the end of one cycle and the beginning of another through movement, chanting and meditation. Sunyata is a Sanskrit word which means "empty" or "void" and references unbounded openness and unlimited potential. The latent energy referenced by the word Sunyata is particularly poignant as the year draws to a close and we prepare to begin a new cycle. In eastern thought the idea of emptiness is tied closely to the cultivation of insight, wisdom and ultimately inner peace. Sunyata signifies the flux or dynamic impermanence inherent in all things while simultaneously exposing the inter-related or interdependent nature of being. Emptiness is powerful because it brings to mind the potential for transformation. Like an empty container waiting to be filled, the mind, when void of thought, has the potential to hold any possibility. The end of a cycle or the beginning of a new year are powerful times to let go of what no longer serves us and create the space for what lies ahead.
Admission includes bubbly drinks (champaign and non-alcoholic) and vegan dark chocolate at the end of the New Years day class in the lobby.
PRICE: $25 non-members, $15 members