Yogarupa returns to Gibney Center for the Performing Arts
to lead another powerful ParaYoga Immersion,
“The Yoga of Awakening.”
Expect asana, bandha, pranayama, meditation and much more at each session.
Open to all levels.
This event is full; to add your name to the waitlist, please scroll down to click “Buy”
Throughout the weekend, Yogarupa will focus lectures and practices on the sacred scripture, The Yoga Taravali, which T. Krishnamacharya described as “one of the best poems on the message of yoga.” Written in the 8th century by the great sage, Shankara, the text outlines a systematic approach to scaling the heights of yoga practice. Asana, bandha, pranayama, kriya, meditation, yoga nidra––transcendence––are all described. Through discourse and practices, Yogarupa will highlight parts of the text that lead to the final culmination of Yoga.
Each day will build on the next in order to elevate your practice and understanding of the science of yoga and tantra. Practices are designed to enliven your connection to prana (life force). Dharma talks will help transform how you see the terrain of practice, yourself and your life. Each session will weave practices together that illumine the terrain of understanding how to see your practice, self, and capacity in the world from the exalted seat of these teachings.
Note to students attending: no mats or props are provided, please bring your own mat and whatever props you use for your practice, such as a blanket, block or strap.
- ParaYoga is pleased to offer a scholarship for this weekend immersion through the Black Yoga Teachers Alliance whose mission is to support the educational and professional development of black yoga teachers, establish a standard of excellence and elevate the presence of black yoga teachers in the world. Please email email@example.com to request an application: the deadline for submissions is November 1st.
Click here to learn more.
Saturday “The Prana of Yoga that Leads to the Heart”
Sunday “Awakening to Self”
It is not required to read the Yoga Taravali in advance, but if you’d like to download a version of it (actual texts are very hard to find) you can click here to be directed to scrib.com: https://www.scribd.com/doc/138072849/Yoga-Taravali-of-Adi-Shankaracharya#
Full Weekend Early Bird Rate*: $295 (early bird pricing deadline: November 26, 2019)
Regular Tuition: $345 (starting November 27, 2019)
CANCELLATION POLICY: PLEASE READ
Any cancellations done 31 days or more prior to event start: 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: All payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.
AM Sessions: 9:30am – 12:30pm
PM Sessions: 2:30pm – 5:00pm
|NYC 2020|$345.00 |This ticket price covers the tuition for the whole weekend; please read the cancellation policy on this event page. Yogarupa looks forward to seeing you at Gibney Center for Performing Arts!||Buy!|