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    • As a path to enlightenment through compassion for all beings, Jivamukti Yoga is grounded in the original meaning of the Sanskrit word asana as “seat, connection” – relationship to the Earth. Earth implies all of life. 

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    • Events and Workshops



      3-day Labor Day Jivamukti Immersion

      Sept 4-6 $325 Early Bird $375 after Aug 4 In each workshop we'll cover: - The 4 phases of an assist - The difference between ‘assisting’ and ‘correcting’. - How to identify the type of assist that will be most beneficial to individual students - How to ground yourself along with your student in order to offer assists that are safe for both of you - How to use props as part of an assist - Various assists for frequently-practiced poses - How to link clear verbal cues to hands-on assists - How to use your eyes and your voice while giving assists - Things to avoid when you’re giving hands-on assists - How to refine hands-on assists that you already offer



      Sound Healing Meditation Benefit for Nepal Earthquake

      JUNE 7 7-8:30pm $25 $50 or $100 Donation to Benefit Victims of the Nepal Earthquakes 100% of Donations will Go Directly to Victims Himalayan Singing Bowl Sound Healing Meditation What to expect Group sessions are approximately an hour in length. Participants lie on the cushioned floor in a comfortable, supported Savasana (yoga mat, blankets, bolsters) and are asked to focus on their intention for the session. Please bring what you need to be comfortable. About Sound Healing Quantum physics tells us that everything is a vibrating energy, and just as a musical instrument falls out of tune, we also can fall out of tune. Sound therapy helps us shift from a lower vibrational frequency (negative energy, stress, anger, fear) to a higher one. The vibrations of the Himalayan Singing Bowls help us to remember our perfect tuning at the cellular level, creating harmony that radiates through the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual bodies. Benefits include deep relaxation, stress reduction, lower blood pressure, improved concentration, increased creativity, and heightened intuition as well as other positive healing effects.



      Raga Concert featuring Subroto Roy Chowdhury

      June 14 7pm Only $10 Featuring one of the world's greatest Sitar Players SUBROTO ROY CHOWDHURY The artists will presenting a concert in the Raga system. A traditional melodic type in Hindu music, consisting of a theme that expresses an aspect of religious feeling and sets forth a tonal system on which variations are improvised within a prescribed framework of typical progressions, melodic formulas, and rhythmic patterns. A raga uses a series of four or more musical notes upon which a melody is constructed. However, the way the notes are approached and rendered in musical phrases and the mood they convey are more important in defining a raga than the notes themselves. In the Indian musical tradition, rāgas are associated with different times of the day, or with seasons. Raga literally means coloring the mind. The artistic juxtaposition of notes in perfect tuning has a resonance quality that vibrates in harmony with the natural frequencies of our brains. This serves as a vehicle for mood up-liftment and shift in consciousness which facilitates emotional and physical healing. Subroto Roy Chowdhury ~ Sitar Indrajit Roy Chowdhury ~ Sitar Camila Celin ~ Sarod, Roshni Samlal ~ Tabla