Have you ever wondered why we practice yoga? What about the interconnectedness in what happens outside of the studio or off your yoga mat? This series of practicum & practice will introduce you to the deeper principles, philosophy and practices of Yoga, its sister science; Ayurveda and teach a beginners guide to Sanskrit in addition to other Vedic Sciences. Ayurveda (“Science of life”) is related to our relationship to people, foods, and the environment in which we live in and highlights how we can best support ourselves and our overall well-being.
The class will explore asana, pranayama, chanting, as well as spiritual discourse and lecture. It is a wonderful opportunity to deepen your yoga practice, ask questions, expand your toolbox and connect with yourself (and others) in a meaningful and intentional way.
The definition of satsang is to be in the company of truth. It is meant to recognize that spiritual growth can and should happen within a community setting. All are welcome; classes are designed for both teachers and students.
Class will be held one Saturday a month at 10am for 90-minutes. This is a by-donation class.