Date: Tuesday, October 25; Tuesday, November 1
Time: 5:30pm Pacific / 8:30pm Eastern
The Art of Being – Yoga as a PyschoSpiritual Practice
The practice of yoga is a profound and demanding one, because it asks us to look long and hard at who we are, how our beliefs keep us from knowing ourselves, as well as what our practice intention might be.
The deepest aspect of the practice of yoga is based on an ancient “map” of the human brain, personality and consciousness. But how does that relate to us in the modern era? Based on key concepts of yoga philosophy, this teleclass will explain how those concepts transform into the psychology of self-understanding and joy.
Restorative Yoga: Doing Nothing As the Missing Link in Modern Yoga
In this talk, Judith goes deeply into what is arguably the missing link in modern yoga: Doing nothing. Judith discusses the need for the integration of relaxation and restoration in our yoga practice and goes into some of the social and physical reasons we need to relax. She then discusses why we resist relaxation and gives practical advice on how we can invite greater peace and serenity into our daily life by grounding, restorative practices.
Bonus: You receive recordings and transcripts from the teleclasses to keep, and an opportunity to ask questions.
Register by Monday, October 24, and you will also receive a FREE audio download of a previously recorded 3-part teleclass with Judith called, Finding our Way: An Introduction to the Yoga Sutras; a $27 value.