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Friday, January 24 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Vedanta: How Ancient Wisdom Informs Modern Practice
Limited Capacity seats available

"How can the knower ever be known?" is one of the existential questions posed to us in the Upanishads, an illuminated yogic text from approximately 500 BCE. The questions still persist in the modern practitioner, as we face a changing world,longing for clarity and connection. In this workshop that blends yoga philosophy, discussion and practice, give yourself time to reflect on the ever evolving history of yoga and explore your capacity to integrate ancient teachings into contemporary life. The lifestyle we seek emerges from recognizing that internal and external landscapes are in continual flux, and yoga practice offers us a place to look inward and reflect outward. Open to practitioners and teachers, Diana will begin with a lecture on Vedanta and the Upanishads. lead a lively and accessible discussion, then guide a practice that includes Sanskrit mantra, movement and meditation.

Discussion Time: 60 minutes
Practice Time: 120 minutes
Physical Exertion: Moderate
Recommended Props: Yoga mat, 1 blanket, Journal
Continuing Education: 2 hours

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Diana Hulet

Diana began her study of mysticism at a young age with books by Thomas Moore and Deepak Chopra—gifts from her mother; meanwhile, her father gave her the gift of connection with the natural world. Thus began Diana’s endless journey of weaving both the visible and invisible forces... Read More →

Friday January 24, 2020 4:00pm - 6:00pm PST
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