Happy spring! To celebrate the season of new life, Yoga Garden SF has a variety of workshop offerings for new moms, mothers-to-be, and partners, now through Mother’s Day weekend– more »
A Restorative Yoga and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workshop for Moms
with Elaine Oyang
The Spring Equinox symbolizes the beginning of spring, the first day when the powers of the sun begin to increase in the Northern Hemisphere. It is a time for us to come out of our dormant shells, shed our old skin, and bloom into the spring light. It is a time for detox and to bring fresh energy to rejuvenate our bodies and minds. more »
with Chase Bossart and Elizabeth Cunningham Bossart
Ready to feel like you again? Ready for the change of season?
The ancient sages of India saw that every season has a unique influence and purpose which affects how we move and feel. As the cold of winter subsides and the warmer, wetter months of spring unfold, our bodies and minds also shift. more »
On March 27th shops, businesses, and yoga schools along Divisadero will collaborate in a large scale event. more »
It isn’t all in your head; trauma affects the totality of our embodied experience. more »
The Classical Yoga traditions, consisting of the great lineages of meditation and inquiry that begin in the Upanishads and continue through the teachings of the Buddha, Patañjali, and the Bhagavad Gita, chart a path of liberation from suffering through the realization of the nature of the Self. They reveal to us an extraordinary vision for who we really are, and offer practical methods to bring the sincere seeker to spiritual maturity and freedom.
As a foundation for modern yoga, the Classical texts root us in meditation and mindfulness, teach us how to use the body as a vehicle for deep, grounded investigation, and point the way to a spacious and balanced heart.
This course provides 15 Elective Contact Hours for YGSF 300 and/or 15 Yoga Alliance® CEUs
Learn more about Sean Feit.
The Bhagavad Gita is one of the core texts of the yoga tradition, and one of humanity’s most beloved and beautiful spiritual books. It contains practical instructions for yoga practice and daily life, meditations on the nature of God, and a deep exploration of the question of how to live a good life, framed as a conversation on the battlefield on the brink of a terrible war.
We will read the whole Gita, in Stephen Mitchell’s accessible and poetic translation, discussing the “four yogas”: Karma, Jñana, Raja, and Bhakti, and wrestle with the challenging and powerful teaching on renunciation of the fruits of action.
This course provides 20 Elective Contact Hours for YGSF 300 and/or 20 Yoga Alliance® CEUs
Learn more about Sean Feit.
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