On Campus Program

Opening the Body through Asana, Poetry, and Sound Healing


“The body will become better at whatever you do, or don’t do. If you don’t move, your body will make you better at not moving.” —Ido Portal  

Join Hawah Kasat for an inspiring program that challenges you to look at your body as if you are moving it for the first time. Engage in movements you’ve done a thousand times in brand new ways. You will

  • Sweat, stretch, and find flow through masterful sequences that combine qigong, Sivananda, Jivamukti, and Iyengar-inspired traditions
  • Break down the energetics of the body and reimagine movement through blind-folded practices, wall sequencing, and subtle anatomy 
  • Explore free writing and poetry scribing to get unstuck and unleash your creativity 
  • Sink into deep savasana by sound healing through live Native American flutes, crystal bowls, and gongs
  • Practice guided meditation and pranayama drawn from ancient teachings.

When you learn the fine, granular energetics of the body—and the precision of movement—you can unlock balance, strength, and creativity that is beyond the limits you perceive. When you fuse this exploration with sound healing and poetry, you can reach deeply transcendental states.

NOTE This program is open to all levels of students. Please bring a journal for writing. 

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
All levels
Suitable For
Program Theme
All Yoga


Hawah Kasat is an artist, author, educator, community organizer, and yogi. For over two decades, he has been teaching yoga, mindfulness, social-emotional literacy, conflict transformation, the healing arts, and trauma-informed care to all types of students from around the globe.

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