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Over the course of four classes we will explore each section of the Gita and conclude with a summary of study of how this ancient scripture relates to the practice and study of astrology today: Part 1: Introduction to the Gita, Part 2: Transcendental Knowledge, Part 3: Yoga and Religion, Part 4: The Perfection of Yoga.Find out more »
An introduction to a variety of meditation practices with an emphasis on object-oriented meditation in the Yoga tradition. This weekend immersion is for both yoga practitioners and teachers and we will cover techniques for both practicing and teaching meditation.Find out more »
With a focus on developing proficiency in pronunciation and understanding the significance of Sanskrit as the language of yoga, this workshop is designed to help teachers to develop confidence in their pronunciation of the names of yoga postures, chanting, and instructional use of Sanskrit in classes and workshops.Find out more »
The Yoga-sutras challenge our assumptions about who we are and defy conventional wisdom about the nature of reality. Through lecture, discussion, and experiential learning exercises, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of Patanjali’s system of yoga and its implications for the modern practitioner.Find out more »
Through group discussion and experiential exercises, you'll learn how to choose a philosophical theme, how to structure an effective 'dharma talk', how to speak effectively in your own voice, and how to design an asana sequence around your theme.Find out more »