We are pleased to offer an extensive and in-depth yoga workshop this winter when you have time to give to yourself.
Why go to Hawaii ? Bring Hawaii inwardly in your mind through yoga. Previous experience of yoga practice is essential.
Objective of this workshop:
Deepen your experience of yoga
Learn the concepts - Why and Why not ?
Learn the applications and limitations - How and How not?
Experience the deepest silence through asanas, pranayama, meditation
Chanting of Shakti Mantra, Maha Mrutyunjaya Mantra, and Aum Mantra - Study the effect of mantra on your psyche by experiencing.
Do you have a visual mind or a verbal mind? You will know when we use gazing meditations along with mantra meditations. Then you will know how to tame your uncontrolled mind.
Concepts of Bhagavad Gita in Life - Selected simple shlokas and their applications
Get Inspired - Profound and Simple - can it be so? You may ask. You will be inspired to practice (sadhana).
At the end of the workshop you will be empowered with tools to handle your life's challenges and will be inspired to share this knowledge to others.
Who: Yoga Enthusiasts, Yoga teachers, yoga students who want to signup for Yoga Teacher Training or anyone who want to learn more holistic yoga (asana, pranayama, and meditation) through hands on training are encouraged to attend. At least 6 months of yoga practice experience is essential even if it is sometime in the past or watching TV or video.
When: Dec 10th - 30th
Mon and Thurs 7.00 am - 8.45 am (No class Dec 24th and 31st)
Sat and Sun - 11.30am 2pm (and next two weekends 10.30am - 1pm)
Where: Yoga Bharati Main Center
20445 Prospect Rd, Ste #1 San Jose
Fees: Full Workshop $185; Weekend only option $135; Or $30 per day
Minimum 6 registrations required to start the workshop.
(YTT Students get a discount; please contact us). Qualifies as an elective towards RYT 200
Ashwini Surpur, BS (Computer Science), MA (Sanskrit), ERYT, CIAYT is the Executive Director of Yoga Bharati. She has worked at Oracle as a Software Engineer for 15 years and quit her software career in 2010 to join Yoga Bharati as a full time volunteer staff. She has spoken at various conferences on yoga and Hindu philosophy. She writes articles for various magazines and news media on Yoga. She is passionate about literature and philosophy and composes poems in Kannada and English. She teaches Bhagavad Gita for children and adults.
Call us at 408 341 YOGA (9642) for more details or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org