Diving Deep and Resurfacing – Philosophy & Methodology Mash-up – October 15, 2012

Posted on October 3, 2012 by Jennifer

Wisdom Flow Yoga TT

Doesn’t it feel great when you get the deeper meaning behind things?  It feels powerful when we understand the bigger picture, the higher purpose behind our actions.  Our yoga asana is more healing when we feel the philosophy behind the methodology.  Join us on October 15th from 8 AM to Noon as we explore applied philosophy – meaning in motion – in the first of a series of yoga immersion workshops.  In this back-street, down-home, easy-to-digest workshop Jennifer Lynn takes us through mental imagery and movement that gels the joy-based tantric philosophy deep into the movement of the asana.  More than ever before you will feel your practice as a moving prayer, a celebration of life and an exploration of your power to create greater beauty, joy and connection in the world.  This workshop is open to everyone.  It begins with an hour of asana followed by interactive lecture and discussion.  Breathing and meditation and more movement and closing with a Q & A session, cookies and Chai.  To register, email Jennifer.  Workshop takes place in Sprecklesville (Paia).  $60.  Call with question 808-268-4095

Deepen your Practice in Baby Steps! Modular Teacher Training October 2012

Posted on September 11, 2012 by Jennifer


Teacher Training Maui

Teacher Training Modules October 2012 – Take Baby Steps towards Certification

Join Jennifer Lynn and other certified Wisdom Flow Yoga teachers in these fun-filled modular courses.  Each training includes ten 4-hour modules.  Once you complete 35 modules you are eligible for certification.  Or if you just want to dive deeper without committing to the full course, these modules are perfect for you!  Click the link above to see the preliminary schedule for this October’s Modular courses.  Register early, space is limited.  email Jennifer to register.

Thrive on Thursday August 30th

Posted on August 23, 2012 by Jennifer

Anuhea Room

Aloha all you beautiful Maui Yogis! Come and feel the fullness of the Blue Moon at this yoga Celebration! The Dynamic Wisdom Flow Yoga Team is excited to invite you and your friends to the Lululemon sponsored Thrive on Thursday free yoga class at The Hotel Wailea in the Anuhea Room on Thursday, 8/30/12 from 6pm – 7pm. Please join us after class for a Welcome Reception to answer any questions you may have regarding our regular daily yoga schedule being offered in the very same Anuhea Room at the Hotel Wailea, upcoming workshops, retreats and teacher training classes.


Inversion Immersion September 8th 2-5pm

Posted on August 23, 2012 by Jennifer

Upsidedown is fun!

Master , or at least improve, your inversions!  Add stability and core strength to your  inverted postures and recieve more joy!   Turn your world upside down and allow yourself the opportunity to see things in a new way.   Bringing the head beneath the heart in an inverted asansa allows the body’s systems to calm and cool.  Giving the heart a well needed break, toning the internal organs, and reversing the blood flow are a few of the wonderful benefits of inversions.  Remaining in an inversion returns the natural glow to the face allowing your lightness to shine through freely.  Did I mention that its FUN!  Once you learn some of the fundamental techniques  and add these to your body’s experiencial practice you will love going upside down… on your head, forarms, and then walking around on your hands : )  Any level is welcome!  Bring a freind!  Come and enjoy learning and laughing.  Where: Hotel Wailea’s Anuhea room. When: Saturday, September 8th,  2-5pm. Cost: Visitors $45/Kama’aina $35 for more information email us

Visualize with the Third Eye

Posted on August 23, 2012 by sara


Can we really ‘see’ with our third eye?

In our attachment to reality many of us have come to believe that we see with our eyes. While our eyes discern millions of bits of information carried through light, it is our brain that deciphers  and interprets the material into images we recognize. What’s more- our brain doesn’t discriminate between images we ‘see’ and the things we imagine in our minds. In a study of brainwave activity, a volunteer was connect to an EEG machine to record the areas of the brain that were engaged while he played the piano. The volunteer was then asked to close his eyes and  imagine himself playing the piano, the result was the same parts of the brain lit up with activity. This may explain why many athletes are having tremendous success with visualization as a primary part of their training.

If the brain cannot distinguish the difference between eyes open and eyes closed, what does this mean for reality?  Hint- it’s all in your head.