Yoga Philosophy: A Weekend

with Moses Brown
Saturday and Sunday, March 16-17

Steep Yourself in a beautiful weekend of Yoga Philosophy. Join international and beloved Yoga teacher, Moses Brown, for two full days of insight, humor and love.

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Yoga and the Bhagavad Gita. A Yoga Guidebook for Living in the World, Today and Everyday.
Saturday, March 16, 10-5:00pm

Modern practitioners of yoga find one of the great texts of India at the very core: The Bhagavad Gita.

Indeed much of what we modern yogis know about yoga comes right out of the Gita.

We will learn more about this great book of yoga knowledge which is so central to yoga and how to infuse that knowledge to inspire our yoga practice and energize our daily life in the world.

We will work with the three great paths of the yoga tradition that the Gita outlines, Jnana, the path of knowledge, Karma, the path of action and Bhakti, the path of devotion.

Yoga presents us in one hand a practice we can practice and in the other hand makes available great knowledge as the theory of the practice to give thoughtful purpose to our life experience.

We will combine readings and discussion of the Gita with asana practice giving these great teachings a new sense of meaning not just on the mat but for the real art of living in the world.

Here’s a recommended translation of The Gita if you’d like to read beforehand, though this particular translation isn’t necessary, neither is reading the book beforehand.


A Breath of Fresh Air: Experience the Beauty of Breath
Sunday, March 17, 10-4:00pm

Yoga recognizes that the human body is complex and that breathing is not just the exchange of oxygen and CO2 but serves to unite the specific inner life forces we each have with the vast external life energies that we all share in common.

In this series of workshops we will explore how yoga teaches us to understand, harness and utilize the energy of the breath and life force together.

We will bring attention and understanding to the breath in our postures and use yoga techniques of cultivating the subtle aspects of breath. Bringing attention to our breath, we learn to cultivate this growing awareness of the inner breath, harmonize our physical body, stabilize our breathing, quiet the mind and find we can sustain a more peaceful state of being.

This workshop is suitable for all levels of experience.

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