Fusing Your Practice with Your Life

Yoga practice and philosophy—together these two lead to a broad and penetrating understanding of life. Among the most important philosophical texts in yoga is the Bhagavad Gita, a treasure house of teachings written in the form of an intimate conversation between student and spiritual guide. The shining companion to the Bhagavad Gita is the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali. With startling clarity and insight, this text lays out a path that leads yoga students toward the highest goals of practice. When these two texts are complimented with a systematic approach to breath training, postures, relaxation, and meditation, the result is an uplifting combination of practice and understanding. Join Dr. Sovik for a delightful weekend of practice and self-discovery.
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Rolf Sovik, PsyD, is president and spiritual director of the Himalayan Institute. He holds a Masters degree in Eastern Studies and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. He is co-author of Yoga: Mastering the Basics and author of Moving Inward: The Journey to Meditation. He approaches yoga with a friendly style that makes even the subtle practices of meditation accessible.
Three Day Workshop -$145
Friday, March 6: 6:30-8:30pm – $35
Saturday, March 7: 12-5pm – $85
Sunday, March 8: 1-4pm – $55
(10 hours CEUs available)
For more information on the workshop sessions, click here
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