YYTT 5: Patanjali in Soquel, California 2016
From Sunday, September 25, 2016
To Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Our venue: The beautiful Land of Medicine Buddha.

This course provides 50 credit hours toward YYTT certification.

Prerequisites: YYTT 1 and YYTT 2

Room, board, tuition: $2200 double occupancy, $2850 single occupancy.

Required texts: "Yin Yoga: principles and practice" by Paul Grilley.  ‘Yoga and the Luminous’ by Christopher Chapple

 Registration: To register for this course please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

It was Patanjali who first organized yoga practice into eight limbs that unite all forms of practice from ethical behavior to deepest states of meditative absorption. We will follow this outline when exploring his sutras, including asana, pranayama, and meditation.

  

We will approach the sutras on four levels:

 

1. We will chant the sutras in sanskrit.

 

2. We will read sutras in English.

 

3. We will discuss Patanjali’s approach to meditation, especially nada meditation.

 

4. We will practice pranayama and meditation in the framework discussed by Patanjali.

 

Daily Schedule:

 

07:00  Meditation

 

08:00  Breakfast

 

09:30  Lecture, Asana, Meditation

 

12:30  Lunch Break

 

17:00  Asana, Meditation, Lecture

 

 

 

 

YYTT 5: Patanjali in Soquel, California 2016

From Sunday, September 25, 2016
To Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Our venue: The beautiful Land of Medicine Buddha.

This course provides 50 credit hours toward YYTT certification.

Prerequisites: YYTT 1 and YYTT 2

Room, board, tuition: $2200 double occupancy, $2850 single occupancy.

Required texts: "Yin Yoga: principles and practice" by Paul Grilley.  ‘Yoga and the Luminous’ by Christopher Chapple

 Registration: To register for this course please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

It was Patanjali who first organized yoga practice into eight limbs that unite all forms of practice from ethical behavior to deepest states of meditative absorption. We will follow this outline when exploring his sutras, including asana, pranayama, and meditation.

  

We will approach the sutras on four levels:

 

1. We will chant the sutras in sanskrit.

 

2. We will read sutras in English.

 

3. We will discuss Patanjali’s approach to meditation, especially nada meditation.

 

4. We will practice pranayama and meditation in the framework discussed by Patanjali.

 

Daily Schedule:

 

07:00  Meditation

 

08:00  Breakfast

 

09:30  Lecture, Asana, Meditation

 

12:30  Lunch Break

 

17:00  Asana, Meditation, Lecture

 

 

 

 

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