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Sold Out! A Para Yoga Immersion with Rod Stryker, Hosted by Mary Bruce at Moksha Yoga Phoenix

Rod Stryker | January 14 - January 15

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A ParaYoga Immersion with Rod Stryker
Hosted by Mary Bruce at Moksha Yoga Phoenix
“Tantra Yoga & The Path of Beauty and Bliss”

This event is sold out.
Please email kerry@parayoga.com to get on a waitlist

Join Yogarupa Rod Stryker, one of the West’s leading master teachers, for his return to Phoenix as he leads this two-day workshop. The focus of this weekend will be on the teachings and practices of Yoga and Tantra that unlock Sri––the all-pervasive wave of beauty and bliss that is the source of life.

Through practices and theory, you’ll experience asana as part of a larger, more comprehensive tradition––Tantra, which expands the reach of yoga in ever more profound ways. Four classes, each building to the next, lead toward you embodying more and more grace, wisdom and the power of Sri. You’ll use asana and breath to open the portals of your energy body, engage your mind to enter into the profound practices that awaken your potential, work with Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation) and explore the profound teachings of Sri Vidya.

All classes include: theory, dynamic asana sequences, accessible pranayama and tantric meditation practices. All levels welcome.  Hosted by senior ParaYoga teacher Mary Bruce at Moksha Yoga.

Saturday Session 1, 9:30am-12:30pm

Asana Bandha Vinyasa

Bandha is the doorway into the energetics of practice. Perfection of bandha increases our sensitivity and relationship to prana (life force). It also builds creative power, awakens self-knowledge and accelerates the process of transformation. Learn the keys to bandha theory and practice in asana and beyond. Our emphasis is on taking your practice, wherever it currently is, to the next level. Class includes asana, pranayama and some lecture.

Saturday Session 2, 2:30-5pm

Sushumna Vinyasa: Awakening the Sacred Channel

According to Tantra, the spine––and more specifically, the energy channel inside it, called Sushumna––gives access to your soul’s untapped potential and is a direct link to spirit. In this practice we move through a practice to build stillness and clarity, while awakening the central channel to unlock the energy that leads to the highest.

Sunday Session 1, 9:30-12:30pm

Shakti Vinyasa: The Power of Mudra

Mudra is the culmination of the physical practice of Tantric hatha yoga. The most energetically profound of all hatha practices, mudra incorporates asana, breath, and bandha, thereby bridging yoga’s physical and spiritual practices. Experience this internally challenging, powerful and sacred modality in the flow of a progressive sequence. Learn how, why and what of this most profound of tantric hatha practices. Previous pranayama experience strongly recommended.

Sunday Session 2, 2:30-5pm

Vinyasa: Worship at the Lotus of the Heart

According to some schools of Tantra, the ultimate aim of practice is to embody Sri. The day will feature dynamic asana practice as well as yoga nidra.  We will dive into the heart through Yoga and Tantra’s sublime vision, leading you to experience heart as the abode of the seat of Divinity and the body as the altar of life––the all-encompassing beauty and joy that is the soul of the universe.

 

 

Cost

$275, includes both days, all four sessions.

CANCELLATION POLICY: PLEASE READ

Any cancellations done 31 days or more prior to event start: Refunds prior to October 5th, 2016 only. A $100 processing fee will be charged for ALL cancellations/refunds. Exceptions to this policy cannot be made for any reason, including weather, traffic, parking, illness, or personal emergencies.

Any cancellations done 30 days or less prior to event start: After October 5th, 2016,  all payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Venue

Moksha Yoga
3121 E. Lincoln Dr.
Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States
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Phone:
602-368-3462
Website:
http://mokshayogaphx.com/

Daily Schedule

Saturday and Sunday’s schedule are the same:

9:30am-12:30pm
2:30pm-5pm