Foundations of Yoga Practice

This is a two part series 4 weekly classes at the

San Marcos Public Library

 Half day retreat at the Dharma Ranch

PART ONE: EDUCATIONAL FOCUS

We are all affected in some way by the many stressors unique to the modern world.  Be it the demands of unhealthy work environments and hectic daily schedules; isolation brought on by the pandemic; lack of energy or motivation to exercise; and/or dependency on "fast foods".

This Fall, in four weekly sessions, Yoga and Health will present the keys to creating a life of deep joy and radiant heath found in The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali. 

Each week, we will spend some time exploring the theoretical foundations of yoga practice. And then, we will delve into the practice of yoga asana, pranayama, contemplation and meditation as a process of discovering our inner terrain. Practices will be done either standing or seated in a chair. Everyone from a mature 8 year old to mature adults are welcome. This is an educational offering, not a therapeutic service.

Week 1: Introduction to Patanjali with emphasis the yamas and niyamas

Week 2: Introduction to Yoga Asana
Week 3: Introduction to Pranayama
Week 4: Introduction to Meditation

Tuesday evenings
September 6th until the 27th
6:30 to 8:30

This is a free event.
Please Register Here

PART TWO: RADICAL WELL BEING RETREAT

Radical Well-Being Retreat: This is a half-day retreat at the Dharma Ranch in San Marcos. It is an opportunity to join together in community with other like-minded individuals to experience the healing practices of Classical Yoga and Ayurveda. Our day will include movement, breathing practices, meditation and deep relaxation for overall health and well-being..

Ayurvedic beverage &, snack included.
Saturday October 1st  from 9am until 1pm.

Cost per sliding scale: $45/$55/$65

Registration has closed

The Fall Gathering and Deep Dive

Finding Our Authentic Voice

Introduction to The Warrior Heart Practice

with Sue Bradley

Friday September 23rd 7 to 9 pm (via Zoom)
and
Saturday September 24th 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
at the Dharma Ranch in San Marcos

Both sessions are needed to get the most out of this learning process
and are included in the registration price.

“The Warrior Heart Practice is an inner journey toward inner healing and peace, through feeling, story, truth, and intent – The Four Chambers of the Warrior Heart. This book is a reflection of a warrior putting into practice all that she has learned, the moment when knowledge turns into wisdom, in order to heal a heart that is not afraid to love.” – Don Miguel Ruiz, Jr.

Three things cannot long be hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth. – Buddha

“Learning how to work with the four chambers of the warrior heart will change the way you operate in the world by helping you release limiting and painful beliefs and to re-arrange the pieces of your personal puzzle into an integrated NEW WHOLE – mentally, emotionally and physically.” – HeatherAsh Amara, author of The Warrior Heart Practice

Freshly Prepared Ayurvedic Snacks and Lunch included

Priced per sliding scale:
$95 I know I will benefit but cannot afford the full price
$110 I can afford the full price and want to attend
$125 I value the work of Yoga and Health and can support the mission by paying more