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Saturday, November 14 • 11:15am - 12:30pm
Yamas and Niyamas: The Yogic Path Toward Wholeness and Authenticity

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Yamas and Niyamas: The Yogic Path Toward Wholeness and Authenticity

Most of us first experience yoga as the physical practice of postures, called asana.  But there’s so much more to discover!  In fact, yoga asana is just one of the eight limbs of yoga outlined in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.  As a whole, the eight limbs of yoga are a system that strengthens the understanding of our practice, our lives, and our world. This workshop takes a deep dive into a topic usually reserved for intensive study programs and teacher trainings. The first two limbs of yoga, the yamas and niyamas, are a set of principles that act as a lens for viewing our own humanity and our interactions with the world around us with greater clarity and compassion. If you feel called to yoga as part of your path toward wholeness and authenticity, this class is for you.  Join us for an open-minded exploration and discussion of the yamas and niyamas to bring greater depth of awareness to your practice and to your life off the mat. 




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Signe Adams

My interest in eastern philosophy and meditation started early in life and led to me to become a yoga teacher about 7 years ago.  Many years of intensive Russian Ballet training provided me with a strong foundation and understanding of the shared alignment principles and techniques... Read More →


Saturday November 14, 2020 11:15am - 12:30pm MST

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