Yoga & Meditation
Living The Sutras Workshop
Living The Sutras: Taking Yoga Wisdom Beyond the Mat
A Workshop, Practice & Book Signing with Co-Author Amy Pearce-Hayden
Monday, June 18th 6:30-9:00pm $35 at Dutchess Yoga
Join Author and seasoned yoga teacher, Amy Pearce-Hayden for a journey into the ancient theory of classical yoga as codified by Patanjali and his Yoga Sutras. The workshop will begin with an introduction to the eight-limbed path, followed by an asana practice designed to cultivate a deeper connection to the innate wisdom each of us carry that will be put to paper after. Group journaling and discussion follow practice with the text and Amy as your guide.
Please purchase the text prior to the workshop before June 1st from Amazon here:Click Here
About the Book:
In its highest form, yoga is a practice for your body and your mind.
Living the Sutras brings the wisdom of classical yoga philosophy into your life in an accessible and relevant way. The Yoga Sutras, a foundational text of yoga philosophy and practice, written by the guru Patanjali over two thousand years ago, are made up of 196 aphorisms that offer potent teachings on how to deal with loss and pain, and guidance on how to lead a healthy and fulfilling life. Kelly DiNardo and Amy Pearce-Hayden offer an enjoyable entrée to this yoga training for the mind and spirit by introducing a sutra or group of sutras on a related theme, providing a brief commentary, and then offering writing prompts to allow you to reflect on and apply the meaning of the sutras to your life. The book is at once an introduction to the classical philosophy, a quick guide for students and teachers, and an active self-study that helps you to engage with the wisdom in a deeply personal way.
About the Author:
Amy Pearce-Hayden has devoted twenty years of study, practice, and teaching to classical yoga, Ayurveda, Tantra, and meditation. She founded the RajaHatha School of Yoga in 2003, and continues to certify teachers in her 200 and 500 hour lineage. She is also a regular guest contributor to Yoga International and yoga instructor for the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, Pennsylvania.
Kelly DiNardo is a journalist and author whose work regularly appears in The New York Times, O: The Oprah Magazine, National Geographic Traveler, among others. She is also a yoga instructor and owner of Past Tense yoga studio in Washington, DC.
Obey the Rules
Eating two hours or more before class so that digestion is not an issue.
Be on Time
Coming 10 minutes early for your first class to register and get comfortable.
Leaving shoes in the hall.Entering quietly after the meditation if you are late.
Not chewing gum or sucking on hard candy in class as it is dangerous.
Take Care of it
Not wearing perfumes and heavy scents.
Telling the instructor before class about any injuries or health conditions or if you are pregnant. Turning off cell phones in class.