Among the ancient texts of yogic philosophy, Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras have become the most widely embraced (and misunderstood!) among modern western yogis. While the author had an audience of renunciate yogis in mind, there remains a world of wisdom and guidance within the text that can be profoundly relevant to anyone who walks a spiritual path today.
The Yoga Sutras are largely unconcerned with asana (postural practice), and instead describe in detail a series of subtle internal (meditative) processes designed to take us to a state of complete absorption in the present.
Many of us have experienced moments of feeling profoundly connected, centered and present. Yet these moments come and go throughout our lives. The ultimate aim of traditional yoga is not the attainment of postures, but to learn how to establish ourselves in that state of total presence, even when life seems chaotic.
This course will go beyond the usual introductory themes of the text, into a practical exploration of those techniques and teachings which draw us into our own innermost self.
Attend in-person or online. Each class will be webcast live and recorded, accessible at any time to those who have registered for the course.
- 6 Sunday nights 6:30 – 8:30pm
- July 16, 23, 30
- August 6, 20, 27
- $300 (Regular)
- $250 (Members/Early-bird through June 28th)
- $200 (Online)
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