Workshops• Yoga Kurunta (Ropes) Class with K-Lea Gifford
Saturday, August 30, 9-noon
4 Corners Yoga Studio, Smiley Building, room #32
yoga on the ropes class emphasizes body awareness and alignment.
K-Lea will show you how to use the ropes safely and mindfully. Yoga Kurunta is specifically designed to enhance your practice of Yoga asana in a variety of ways due to its versality and ease. It is advisable to bring bicycling gloves. This class is appropriate for Level 2 students and up.
For more information and to register contact: email@example.com
• Fundraiser for the Shanta Foundation*
Restorative Yoga Workshop with Kathy
Saturday, September 20, 9-noon
4 Corners Yoga Studio, Smiley Building, Room #32
*Shanta Foundation works in collaboration with small villages in Myanmar (formerly Burma) to enhance their basic quality of life. Their work focuses on community-driven development by partnering with villages to improve their education, health, and economic opportunities. They place a high priority on sustainability, both in terms of environmental considerations, as well as providing training and skills to enable villages to maintain and continue their own progress.
More information on the foundation can be found at: http://www.shantafoundation.org
Suggested minimum, tax-deductible donation: $35. Checks can be made out to Shanta Foundation
• Weekend Workshop with Dr. Edwin Bryant on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, October 24-26
(With a special focus on Sutras 2.28 to 3.16)
4 corners Yoga Studio
Friday 6-8pm; Saturday 9-11:30am & 3-5:30pm; Sunday 9-noon.
“The Yoga Sutras (a collection of aphorisms offered more than 2,000 years ago by the Indian Sage, Patanjali) is still regarded as authoritative. The Sutras were the earliest (and are still the most profound and enlightening) study of the human psyche. In them, Patanjali describes the enigma of human existence. He shows how, through yoga practice, we can transform ourselves, gain mastery over the mind and emotions and overcome obstacles to our spiritual evolution.” (B.K.S. Iyengar)
Edwin Bryant received his PhD from Columbia University, taught Hinduism at Harvard and is presently a professor at Rutgers University. He has received numerous awards and fellowships, published six books and authored a number of articles. His latest book is a translation of and commentary on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (North Point Press, 2009).
Edwin has been practicing yoga for over 30 years, a number of them spent in India studying with traditional teachers, where he returns yearly. In addition to his academic course load, Edwin currently teaches workshops on the Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, and Hindu Philosophy at yoga studios and teacher training courses throughout the country. Edwin’s presentations are filled with wisdom and humor.
No prior knowledge of the sutras is necessary in order to attend the workshop.
Cost: $170 full workshop if paid in full by 10/1. $190 after 10/1. Individual sessions can be figured at the rate of $20 per hour. Payment refunded (less a $25 processing fee) only if space can be filled.
Coming in 2015:
• Patricia Walden returns for her annual workshop at Blue Lake Ranch's Event Barn in Hesperus, July 20-26, 2015