YOGA 101: Yoga for Teens
September 16 - November 6
Yoga for PE credit for students from The Bishop's School
An Evening of Music, Mantra & Meditation with Guru Shabad
September 27, 7pm
An invitation to join Guru Shabad and friends for an enchanting evening of music, sacred mantra
and levity. Guru Shabad in his experience with music since the age of 7 has lived and embodies
what music is really about...the ability to transform ordinary experiences into the sacred.
Experience the power of the Kundalini through the magic of sound current (mantra) to Guru
Shabad's beautiful music. No one will be left out as we gradually move together through the
specific stages in transformation of the 'Naad'.
Guru Shabad will share intimate stories about the Master Yogi Bhajan and the transformational
capacity Yogi Ji had on his beloved students.
Fee: $20 pre-reg., $25 at the door. $30 for 2!
Sat Nam Rasayan:
Healing Through Consciousness with Hari Das Kaur
October 1, 2014 - 7:15pm
Learn the sacred healing art of Sat Nam Rasayan!
experienced class you will learn how easy it is to reclaim that ability.
You will learn an ancient yogic healing system that uses your awareness and
your consciousness as its only tool.
It is based on the quality of human consciousness that allows it to become
transcendent. Anyone can learn Sat Nam Rasayan! We will begin with pranayams
(breathing exercises) and meditation and then explore Sat Nam Rasayan -
which is performed between a healer/teacher and an individual or group.
SNR has a variety of uses and benefits:
It can alleviate depression, anxiety, stress, or be used to diagnose specific physical
diseases and their root cause. It can also bring a deep state of peace to the healer,
as it requires entering a very high meditative state to an expanded consciousness so
that the healer can "pick up" on the "discontinuity" of energy flow in the subject's physical
and subtle bodies.
you a deep state of peace.
Cost: $20 pre.-reg., $25 thereafter
Ayurveda for Self Healing with Anne Cleveland
October 26, 2-4pm
Ayurveda - the 'science of life' and sister science of Yoga - has been called our path to balance.
Participants will practice and learn ways to promote good health through self-healing, using
Ayurvedic techniques of breathing, yoga and meditation. Focus will be on developing a daily
routine and home practice based upon Ayurvedic principles.
These practices are known to:
and relaxation, meditation, breathing exercises, and medicinal herbs, along with cleansing and
rejuvenation programs for healing body, mind and spirit."