The Bhagavad Gita and its Guiding Message with JuliaMondays, March 8-29, 6:45-8:15pm
This class will be available on Zoom. Meeting code will be emailed 24 hours before class time. A class recording will be available for 7 days (until the start of the next class next class) in case you want to watch (or re-watch) at a later time.
The Bhagavad Gita, the Beloved Lord's song, is a story, a spiritual teaching, and allegory for individual consciousness's relationship with higher consciousness or divine reality. We will explore through reading and conversation the different paths of yoga that can guide us through the vehicles of service, meditation, devotional expression, and study. We may find great solace in knowing there are many ways to practice yoga and that they carry us towards the goal of union with the greater reality of spirit within leading to more joy and fulfillment in our life in the world.
NOT INCLUDED in the All-Access Asana pass Fee: $65 (ID#: S20) —
A Brief History of Yoga with Tracy Draksic, M.A.Thursdays, April 8-29, 7-8:15pm
This class will be available on Zoom. Meeting code will be emailed 24 hours before class time. . A class recording will be available for 7-days (until the start of the next class next class) in case you want to watch (or re-watch) at a later time.
The Indus Valley Civilization, the Vedas, Tantra, Hatha, Vinyasa – the history of yoga is a rich and mysterious web of practice and philosophy. Have you ever wondered about the sources of what you do when you come to your mat or meditation seat? What part of your practice is truly ancient and what is a more recent addition, and how does it all tie together? Join Tracy for an exploration of the new book by British scholar, Daniel Simpson, The Truth of Yoga – available in our bookstore or online. We will discuss one chapter each week – early yoga, classical yoga, hatha yoga and modern yoga. Tracy will present the reading in a one-hour lecture followed by time for Q&A and group discussion. Reading the chapter before class (optional) will help you feel more grounded in the material. Our goal is to develop a vision of what yoga is for us personally and to more deeply understand our roots in the Himalayan Tradition.
NOT INCLUDED in the All-Access Asana pass Fee: $65 (ID#: S26) —
Freedom from Pain: The 8 Limbs of Yoga and the 4 Noble Truths with Sarah Guglielmi and Julia KressSaturday, April 10, 9:30am-4:30pm
This training will be available on Zoom. Meeting code will be emailed 24 hours before class time. A class recording will be available for 14-days after the training in case you want to watch (or re-watch) at a later time. CEU Full-Day Intensive Study and Practice - Open to Yoga Instructors and Interested Students The 4 Noble Truths, well-known in Buddhism, also appear in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, the ancient road map of yoga practice. They detail the anatomy of pain (physical, emotional, and spiritual) and how we can find freedom from pain through yoga. Join Sarah and Julia for a discussion of these truths and how to apply them to the 8 limbs of yoga, including your asana, pranayama, relaxation, and meditation practice. Add depth to your own personal practice, and those of your students. Each session includes lecture as well as an all-levels asana/pranayama/meditation experiential component.
This course qualifies for 6 hours of CEU training with Yoga Alliance.
Freedom from Pain: Uniting the Mind and Breath in Asana and Pranayama
9:30am-12:30pm with Sarah
Freedom from Pain: Non-Attachment, Contemplation, and Meditation
1:30pm-4:30pm with Julia
FULL CEU TRAINING INTENSIVE: $99 (ID: E64-A)
AM only: $55 (ID: E64-B)
PM only: $55 (ID: E64-C)
Individual sessions available, see below.
Fee: $99 (ID#: E64-A) —
MORNING SESSION: Freedom from Pain: Uniting the Mind and Breath in Asana and Pranayama with SarahSaturday, April 10, 9:30am-12:30pm
Fee: $55 (ID#: E64-B) —
AFTERNOON SESSION: Freedom from Pain: Non-Attachment, Contemplation, and Meditation with JuliaSaturday, April 10, 1:30-4:30pm
Fee: $55 (ID#: E64-C) —