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Begin Again: a Hidden Language Hatha Yoga workshop

ONLINE via Zoom with Sheila Thomsen

When: Saturday, January 9

Time: 10:00 am – noon PST

Cost: $19

 

Developed by Swami Radha, Hidden Language Hatha Yoga takes the practice of Hatha Yoga far beyond a series of physical exercises. It is a gentle and meditative style of Hatha that respects the body as a spiritual tool. By working with metaphor, symbolism, imagery and visualization, the ‘hidden’ messages of each asana are revealed. The asanas are practiced not only for their physical benefits, but also to understand the psychological and symbolic meanings, to demonstrate how each asana can increase spiritual awareness.

In this workshop, take time to consider your hope for the coming year, ask yourself what the next step in becoming the person you want to be is. Work with the body and the mind, reflecting and taking time to relax, begin again to grow into your potential.

Have a journal or notebook available for recording your observations.

Wear comfortable clothing suitable for stretching.

 


Payment & Registration

    • Credit card:  Please call 509-838-3575 with your card information
    • Check: Make check payable to “Yasodhara Yoga Spokane” and mail to 406 S. Coeur d’Alene St., Ste. T, Spokane, WA 99201

 

  • Zoom link to online workshop will be emailed to you either the day before or the morning of the workshop.
  • Times shown for Pacific Standard Time (PST). Please be sure to adjust for your time zone.
  • Sorry, no refunds for online classes/workshops.

 


Past Workshops


Hope for the Holidays

Workshop ONLINE via Zoom with Sheila Thomsen

When: Saturday, December 12

Time: 10:00 am – noon PST

Cost: $19

 

Join us in this wonderful opportunity to reflect and connect around the holidays! In this “Hidden Language Hatha Yoga” workshop, we will shift our focus to the deeper meaning of the holidays, that which is perennial and goes beyond tradition. We will explore the theme of letting go…of expectations…of the idea that for things to be okay, they have to be the way they’ve always been. Working with yoga poses, breath, relaxation and reflection, we will have the opportunity to discover how letting go can open us to new experiences of joy.

Have a journal or notebook available for recording your observations.

Wear comfortable clothing suitable for stretching.