Thursday, February 22 and March 22 / 6:45 - 8:15 PM

Change, transformation, non-attachment, ethical action, discriminative awareness, liberation – these are the themes that emerge in one of the most important yoga texts, the Yoga Sutra-s of Patanjali. This text has powerful lessons for addressing suffering, fear, change, the distracted mind, and relationships at home, work and in the community. Join us to explore yoga philosophy through chanting, discussion and integrated yoga practice (chanting, asana, pranayama, meditation). The lessons will be practical and applicable to your life. Bring a copy of a translation / interpretation for the yoga sutras. (See suggested list below). Continuing education credits available for yoga teachers.
February 22: Heather and Jay will lead. Focus will be on Sutras 1.35 and 1.36, two of Patanjali’s suggested methods for developing a peaceful mind. This is part of a section, 1.33 – 1.39, each providing tools to develop mastery of large and small things (1.40) and a “mind like a flawless jewel” (1.41)
Suggested Yoga Sutra Translations:
  • Liberating Isolation by Frans Moors (available at 5 Koshas)
  • The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali by Sri S. Satchidananda
  • Yoga Sutras of Patanjali: With Great Respect and Love by Mukunda Stiles
  • The Path of the Yoga Sutras: A Practical Guide to the Core of Yoga by Nicolai Bachman
  • The Yoga Sutras: An Essential Guide to the Heart of Yoga Philosophy by Nicolai Backman
  • Inside the Yoga Sutras by Reverend Jagnath Carrera
  • The Yoga-Sutra of Patanjali: A New Translation with Commentary by Chip Hartranft
  • Yoga: Discipline of Freedom: The Yoga Sutra Attributed to Patanjali by Barbara Stoler Miller

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