Shores of Serendipity Exploring the Chakras

Shores of Serendipity Yoga Instructor Nancy Moelaert offers Kripalu Yoga Classes in Courtenay, Black Creek & Ocean Resort



Exploring the Chakras


We are beings that pulsate with Prana (life force energy). This energy travels in our bodies through nadis or meridians. Where these nadi cross-over, are at plexus points called Chakras. There are 7 major Charkas located along our spine. Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning wheel (or vortex).  Each Chakra is its own center of consciousness, triggering specific emotions as well as channelling life force energy into vital organs and body systems that each Chakra governs. These chakras, or energy centers, function as pumps or valves, regulating the flow of energy through our energy system. The functioning of the chakras reflects decisions we make concerning how we choose to respond to conditions in our life. We open and close these valves when we decide what to think, and what to feel, and through which perceptual filter we choose to experience the world around us.


Learn about your Chakras and how blocked energy centers can manifest into

dis-ease. Open the energy channels with ASANA,  yoga postures and get the energy moving with PRANAYAMA, flow of breath. Feel  and watch the energy moving  with the awareness of MEDITATION.


The Workshop sessions are experiential and intellectual information will be sent to those who register via email.

Next Workshop late 2019 or early 2020









This course really has altered my path in a positive way. The meditations, knowledge and movements have shifted and brought a greater understanding to my healing process, my energy system and my breath. It has kindled a fire of awareness that is alive and moving. Exciting!


What an incredible, beautiful chakra exploration/ journey this has been.  I find the organic loosening of the body tensions and rediscovering meridians liberating. I feel more, I breathe better, I am able to integrate and move forward beyond any 'logical analysis' or 'common sense-disciplined-reasoning' that I could do.

Your workshop is balancing, integrating and uniting the mind, body and soul.
You're amazing!
Lorna H.



I got SO much out of your class. I could feel my body change and open, which re-energized my whole being. I love how my breath continues to be so deep for days afterwards. You are an amazingly gifted teacher.
Carol S.

Dynamic Meditation


Although there are many techniques to meditation, the aim of all meditations is to clear and calm the mind and feel tranquil. To open awareness, a witnessing of our inner being and to release judgment that is dominated by our thoughts or feelings.


All of us have meditated at one time or another without realizing it. When you are in the “zone” time goes by unnoticed. Sports, painting, music, walking or gardening can bring you into this space.


Most of us assume that meditation is sitting still, focusing on one particular thing, concentrating and being passive. In today’s busy world, most of us not only have the time but find it very difficult.


Dynamic meditation is an effective way to release accumulated stress leaving space for inner peace. Learn techniques to actively awaken your consciousness. If you have tried passive meditations and have found it difficult to sit inactive and still your thoughts, Dynamic Meditation may be what you need. You will be encouraged to send your awareness inward to witness the breath, thoughts and sensations through music, movement, breathing exercises and other methods of witnessing consciousness. This experience will open your energy channels, release tension to provide you a deeper sense on self.

Dynamic Meditation

Meditation can be fun!

In fact if it is enjoyable it is more likely that you will practice.