Yoga Philosophy Weekend Open to Public

The philosophy weekend on December 28 – 30 will be open to the public.

This weekend is part of “A Philosophical History of Yoga” series.   The series is presented, in part, to give emphasis to yoga as a living and breathing tradition that evolves over time rather than a static set of philosophical values etched in stone at a past date and finally unearthed for the modern west.  The latter is a fiction sold through yoga marketing and, in fact, not the reality which is much more rich and rewarding.

Past weekends have focused on The Vedic Era, Pre-Classical Times, the Axial Age, the Influence of Buddhism, the Samkayans, and the Great Mythic Age.

This weekend will focus on the Classical Period of Yoga – Patanjali, The 8 Limbs of Yoga, and Vedanta.  It will also focus on the Classical period’s evolution into Tantra and Hatha Yoga.

Teachers:  Alex Pfeiffer and Swami Allan Ajaya.

The public cost will be $199 for the weekend.

More info to come.

 

2 Free Yoga Teacher Training Previews / Q & A Sessions In the Next Week!

Saturday at 3:30pm  –   at Kaivalya.  (University Square)
Tuesday at 9:15pm  –    at Perfect Knot Yoga  (409 Few St)

Get all your questions answered.

Get a free preview of the training!

Discover what is truly unique and cutting edge about this training and find out why multiple individuals who are already certified yoga teachers have chosen to do this training to become even stronger in their yoga.  Find out how even as a newbie to yoga, you can step right into this training and accelerate your practice and your life!

3:30pm 9/15
9:15pm 9/18

Applications are due September 30th.