A Six Week Summer Series based on


with Sinead Corrigan


Friday July 7, 4:30pm-5:30pm

Must attend first class as pre-requisite to other weeks!

Sundays, 2:45pm-4:15pm

July 9, July 23, July 30, Aug 6, Aug 13, Aug 20


Full Series: $180 ($30 per class)

Pre-register for one class: $35

Drop-in: $40

Student Drop-in: $25

Pre-register online here, or call 919-933-9642


Where in the body exist the "engines" which keep us energetic and vital? How can we learn to preserve the vigor of these “engines”, prolonging the integrity of our powerful body and creative mind? According to Chinese Medicine’s “Meridian Theory”, the Heart is the “Minister” or “Master” of the body. By becoming attuned to the Heart, and the many ways in which it supports the health or distress of the entire organism, we may “keep the Minister happy”, and thus preserve health of the “kingdom” of other internal organs. How can yoga poses help us access this ancient Chinese concept of the “Shen” or Heart System. What does Chinese medicine say about the health of the Heart and it’s connection to our overall emotional health?


Friday July 7, 4:30pm-5:30pm

Must attend first class as pre-requisite to other weeks!


Week 1, July 9: Introduction to the “Heart System”

Exploring the physical, energetic, and emotional “anatomy” of Chinese Medicine’s “Heart Meridian”

Week 2, July 23: The Heart and The Liver

How rest & detox support the

emotional Heart; yoga poses for detox

(includes more restorative yoga this week!)

Week 3, July 30: The Heart’s Fulfillment

How “feeding” our passions helps transform one’s

relationship to eating; yoga to strengthen the digestion

Week 4, Aug 6: The Heart and Our Immune System

Yoga for healthy circulation

(includes more dynamic and active yoga this week)

Week 5, Aug 13: The Heart and The Adrenals

Yoga to de-stress the heart

(includes more restorative yoga this week)

Week 6, Aug 20: “Staying Open”

Learning to listen to the ways the “Heart system”

speaks in our body; yoga and self-reflection

(includes more meditation this week)


Sinead Corrigan

is a 3rd year graduate student of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, CA. She is also a certified Associate Instructor of Healing Tao Qi Gong and has studied with Michael Winn, Minke De Vos, and Mantak Chia, senior instructors/lineage holders of the Healing Tao Qi Gong system. Sinead is a dancer, martial arts practitioner, yoga teacher , former gymnast, and graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill with a focus in Preventative Medicine. Her intention is to encourage yoga students to explore the embodiment of Chinese Medicine principles and to offer self-empowering tools for the preservation of physical, mental, and emotional health.