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Igniting Intentions: Fire Ceremony for the New Year

  • Nature Yoga Sanctuary 2021 West Division Street Chicago, IL, 60622 United States (map)

Join Kristin Urbanus and Rachel Sherron for an evening of ceremony, chanting, yoga, drumming, and intention setting. We will move through a gentle asana practice in which we are guided through questions that take us closer towards our intention. We will tap into the wisdom of the body for deeper answers and take part in a healing fire ceremony. You will leave with clarity on an intention for the year ahead, a relaxed body, and an open heart.

$25 in advance, $30 day of

Kristin Urbanus is a life coach and yoga teacher and is passionately dedicated to helping people create positive change in their lives. She was introduced to yoga while working and living in Spain and has been an avid practitioner ever since. She believes that as we use the practice of yoga to expand our awareness, we find ourselves making decisions that align more with the unfolding of our highest selves. It is powerful to incorporate a mindful and physical practice such as yoga in order to unwind old patterns and bring about positive change in our lives. She believes that the practice of yoga is a lifelong endeavor that can serve people in a myriad of ways whether seeking to gain strength, flexibility, self-discovery, deepen spirituality, or physical or emotional healing.


Rachel Sherron discovered yoga in 2005 as part of an Eastern Religions class she was taking as an undergraduate. Upon leaving her first yoga class, she immediately knew of the power of the practice. For Rachel, yoga has changed the way she views herself, her body, relationships, and the world around her. Yoga ignited a deep sense of compassion and acceptance in Rachel, and since that time she has dedicated her work to sharing this transformational practice with others. In both her professional job as a mind/body therapist and as a teacher of yoga, Rachel strives to create a space for healing and transformation. She believes that the true purpose of yoga is to provide insight into the patterns of the mind, and by recognizing and detaching from these patterns one can become more aligned with the Self, where divine knowledge exists.

**Refund policy- In order to retain class credit, please cancel within 24 hours of workshop by emailing No refunds or credits will be issued for cancellations made the day of the workshop or for no shows.

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