African Kemetic Yoga: Info & Schedule
African Kemetic Yoga: The Mother and Origin of All Yogas now being offered at Orleans Parish Prison, Dillard University, Xavier University & NORDC TREME CENTER of New Orleans Free of Charge
There are many stories from our ancient past that needs to be retold but none more urgently than how our African Kemetic ancestors were able to lock into those forces within the human body which allowed them to overcome the ravishes of gravity, aging and degeneration. African Kemetic Yoga approaches the human body as a field of energy governed by the laws of biophysics and geometrical proportions, in other words using the breath to maximize the geometric interface. Regeneration is that explosive feature of our life force that keeps us fit and available for our spiritual, mental and moral victories. It makes true sense out of living within a structure that is essentially a time capsule that must extend itself over a certain span in order to come to full realization. The African Pharaohs gracefully sculptured the body into a golden temple and the mind into a keener instrument. Becoming a HERO or a SHERO is now available to all people after being hidden for thousands of years.
Dr. Asar Ha-Pi (D.C, Ph.D.) is the discoverer of Modern Day Kemetic Yoga; a system which shows how to control muscles that improve the nervous system; raise the vibrational frequencies of the body to maximize cellular communication. Kemetic Yoga develops the positive ascension of the individual’s psychological, physiological and emotional awareness. Benefits include a body that will maintain a twenty to thirty year old structure and organ functioning well into the ages of 70s, 80s, 90s and 100s! The absolute emphasize is on the power of the breath. Others are just beginning to scratch the surface of what the African Kemetic Yoga Masters developed tens of thousands of years before any other form of Yoga ever existed.
1st Monday of May to 3rd Monday of September
The Solar Frequency – Sun Gazing during morning sessions
Mornings: 7:00 AM City Park – Evenings: 6:00 PM City Park
Evening Schedule changes from October 1st to May 1st.
Xavier: Tuesdays & Thursdays 6pm – Dillard: Mondays & Fridays 6pm
NORDC/Treme Center: Wednesdays 6pm All Year