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Yin & Fascial Release- Upper Body Love
Thursday, November 30th
We will be using a combination of meditation, ball rolling, foam rollers and long held Yin postures to find awareness and sweet release in our bodies.
This workshop is limited to 25 participants. Register early!
Facilitated by Stephanie Green.
Sacred Yoga Texts
This yoga philosophy workshop series explores the three main texts of yoga; Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, and Bhakti Sutras.
December 2nd 1:00-4:00pm
Discover the beauty of sanskrit and dive into one of the most inspiring texts of yoga. This workshop explores the sutras in a way that makes them accessible and relevant to the realities of modern-day life.
January 13th 1:00-4:00pm
This workshop explores yogic teachings on karma, dharma, and seva, and examines what it means to live a life of purpose, fulfillment, and connection to the Divine.
February 17th 1:00-4:00pm
This ancient text is a hidden gem; revealing the heart of yogic practice- devotion; devotion to that which is infinite, absolute, and perfect. This workshop includes the study of select sanskrit verses as well as the practice of prostrations set to devotional music of Deva Premal and Krishna Das.
$50 / workshop or all three for $120
"Sanskrit is one of the most beautiful languages of the ancient world. It is a language of consciousness and is rich in words that assume the inter-connectedness of life (our connection with each other, our connection to the plant and animals worlds, and our connection to the Source of life)." Join me for an introduction to sanskrit and an exploration of the sacred texts of yoga that reveal the essence of our spirit and teachings that help to fill our lives with happiness, harmony, and purpose.
Farah has been teaching and studying yoga for over 10 years. She is the founder of Drishti Point Yoga Podcasts (www.drishtipoint.ca) and has spent hundreds of hours interviewing and studying with Master Teachers. She currently teaches Workshops, Retreats and Trainings and is host of Hollyhock Talks Podcast and In Conversation: the Podcast of Banyen Books and Sound.
Self-Compassion for the Caregiver Over the Holidays
Saturday, December 9th
Learn a practical mindfulness skill that can help you stay connected and kind in the midst of overwhelming situations over the holidays.
Facilitated by Compassion Inspired Health
New Year ♥ New You ♥ New Us
Saturday, January 6th
"Our spiritual fitness can be tested only in relationship to others." Donna Farhi
The Four Brahmaviharas are attitudes we can develop toward life's challenges and apply them in all relationships and in all situations. Translated as the "abodes of Brahma (the Divine)" they represent the highest qualities of the heart- goodwill (metta), compassion (karuna), joy (mudita), and equanimity (upekkha). The wise sage Patanjali knew that our suffering arises out of our belief of separateness and counselled that by cleaning up our social relationships, we could dismantle our vision of isolation and reconnect ourselves to our unity with life. Learn how crafting a skillful mind state can radically shift low-vibration attitudes and behaviours to improve our happiness and relationships. This workshop includes discussion, meditation, and asana. All levels welcome.
Facilitated by Stacy Papp.
**All events and workshops are non-refundable and non-transferable