Restore your energy & calm the mind to balance your day with guided meditation, pranayama (breath-work) and chakra connection on the beach with the beautiful Morro Bay rock in view. Guided by Dawn Feuerberg, certified classical ashtanga yoga and tantra meditation instructor, and founder of Aurora Adventures, LLC.
The beauty of being outdoors is that it can deepen your meditation and it is a beautiful way to start your day. Dawn will prompt you to meditate with cues that encourage you to tune into your breathing, absorb your surroundings and physical sensations, and to stay present in the here and now. Please read the complete description below.
yoga, on the power of gratitude, on bliss consciousness and on developing a daily practice that supports you wherever you are.
No prior meditation experience required. However, those who meditate consistently, will leave with new techniques to deepen & renew their practice.The meditations Dawn guides are suitable for beginners and those with a long-standing practice. Dawn will accommodate the practice to your needs.
***It is important that you have the opportunity to sit up right with your spine erect. So please bring what will help you achieve that position. If sitting on the ground, I recommend bringing a mexican blanket, towel or an older yoga mat and one or two cushions to sit on. If you feel you would be more comfortable sitting in a chair, please bring a folding chair so that you can sit up right with your legs at a 90 degree angle. You know your body and what will work best for you. I do not recommend typical beach chairs.
Dawn Feuerberg, founder of Aurora Adventures (an LLC that offers soulful integrated experiences), was introduced to meditation at the age of 9 and began her yoga asana practice in 1991. She has formally studied mindfulness meditation, goddess energy meditation, non-dual tantra meditation & Siberian shamanic rituals. She is most inspired by her master teachers Sally Kempton, the highly regarded teacher of spiritual tantra philosophy and Pandit Rajmani Tigunait of the Himalayan Institute. She earned her yoga alliance teacher training certification in classical ashtanga yoga from Mount Madonna Institute and continues to further her studies of yoga philosophy, ayurveda, sanskrit and devanagari. She also holds a master degree in Latin American & Iberian Peninsula Literature from UC Santa Barbara. She lives in Morro Bay, Ca and is a mother of two teenage daughters, an avid surfer, a Spanish professor and nature enthusiast. Her life has been an inward and outward journey of self inquiry, exploration and renewal, and is honored to share practices that have provided healing and vibrancy in her own life.