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Are you looking to take your yoga practice to the next level? Do you crave a deeper understanding of the spiritual foundations that underpin this ancient tradition? If so, then this upcoming workshop taught by Kevin on The 8 Limbs of Yoga is exactly what you need.

 

Yoga is much more than just a physical exercise. It is a holistic practice that encompasses the mind, body, and spirit. The 8 Limbs of Yoga, also known as Ashtanga, can provide a profound roadmap for this journey.

 

In this workshop, you will be guided on an exploration of the 8 Limbs, offering insights into each limb and how it relates to your yoga practice. We will delve beyond the physical asanas and into the rich philosophy that forms the very essence of yoga.

 

The workshop will begin with an overview of the 8 Limbs, giving you a solid foundation for your journey. We will then take a closer look at each limb, discussing their significance and exploring how they can be integrated into your practice on and off the mat.

 

Week 1

The first limb, Yamas, focuses on ethical guidelines and principles that help us navigate our relationships with others. By understanding and embodying these principles, we can cultivate compassion, truthfulness, and non-harming in our daily lives.

The second limb, Niyamas, emphasizes self-discipline and self-study. Through practices such as cleanliness, contentment, and self-reflection, we can create a harmonious internal environment and deepen our connection with ourselves.

 

Week 2

The third limb, Asanas, is the physical practice of yoga that we are most familiar with. In the workshop, we will explore how the asanas serve as a gateway to higher states of consciousness and can be used to cultivate mindfulness, strength, and flexibility.

The fourth limb, Pranayama, focuses on breath control. You will learn various breathing techniques that can energize or calm the body and mind, enabling you to harness the power of your breath both on and off the mat.

 

Week 3

The fifth limb, Pratyahara, is the withdrawal of the senses. We will discuss practices that help you detach from external stimuli and turn inward, allowing you to cultivate inner peace and stillness.

The sixth limb, Dharana, is the practice of concentration and single-pointed focus. Through guided meditation and other techniques, you will learn how to quiet the mind and cultivate mental clarity.

 

Week 4

The seventh limb, Dhyana, is meditation. We will explore different meditation practices, helping you deepen your connection with the present moment and access a profound sense of inner peace and insight.

The eighth limb, Samadhi, is the ultimate goal of yoga – a state of pure bliss and transcendence. We will discuss how all the previous limbs culminate in this state, and how you can integrate this experience into your daily life.

 

By attending The 8 Limbs of Yoga workshop, you will receive invaluable guidance and tools to transform your yoga practice. You will gain a deeper understanding of the spiritual aspects of yoga, and how to apply them to your life, both on and off the mat.

 

So, if you're ready to embark on a transformative journey, join us for this enlightening workshop. Discover the profound wisdom of the 8 Limbs and watch as your yoga practice flourishes, igniting a deep connection with yourself and the world around you.

$125 - 10% off for Elevation Members automatically applied at check out

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Elevation Hot Yoga

7410 Montgomery Blvd NE #102

Albuquerque, NM 87109
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