Do you love your yoga practice, yet also feel a call to go “deeper”? Western yoga tends to put an emphasis on the poses (asanas), and many think of yoga as what happens in class. But that 90 minutes is only the start!
The physical practice of yoga is a gateway to its true purpose — “union” of all aspects of yourself so that you can live in full communion with the divine Self that is your truest nature.
On Wednesday, June 29, you can begin to tap more of the full potential of yoga when you join Anand Mehrotra for Seven Foundational Teachings of Yoga from the Himalayas: Full-spectrum Practices for a Life of Harmony, Peace & Freedom.
You can register for this FREE virtual event, here
Anand was recognized as a spiritual teacher at a young age. He built an ashram on the Ganges River at the meeting point of mountain and the plain, and has dedicated his life to helping others integrate “unity consciousness” into their daily life through yoga. He is deeply rooted in the ancient tradition, yet refreshingly non-traditional in his approach, which is simple, accessible and, ultimately, transformative.
In this one-hour free event with Anand, you’ll explore key teachings such as:
Uplevel your practice from asana, which benefits only the physical, to an evolutionary process that touches every aspect of your life
Expanding your understanding of Self and the nature of Reality
Balancing between time-bound expressions and ego and the timeless state of God Consciousness
It’s free to attend, but you must RSVP here
Please join us! I can assure you that your practice on the mat will deepen as you open more and more deeply to the promise of true yoga — full union of body, mind and
PS: Don’t miss your chance to experience Seven Foundational Teachings of Yoga from the Himalayas: Full-spectrum Practices for a Life of Harmony, Peace & Freedom, and learn from an exciting, emerging teacher of a proven, holistic approach to yoga… for FREE!
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(A recording will be provided to all registered participants.)
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