Monday, September 21, 2009


I'll be leading a Maha Sadhana (Dharma Mittra Workshop) Saturday from 2:30-5:30 at Yoga Trek Center in Oak Park. It's easy to get to from Chicago, as it's just off the CTA Blue Line and Eisenhower Expressway (at Austin).

Maha Sadhana means “The Great Practice”, and this intensive will include chanting, pranayama (breathing exercises), and meditation as well as direction toward the true goal of yoga. This intensive will include Psychic Development practice, a special series of mental exercises that help put power behind our thoughts and make it easier to achieve your goals and desires in life.

Dharma Mittra Yoga is a classical, flowing hatha style originated by New York City-based yogi Dharma Mittra, creator of the Master Yoga Chart of 908 Poses. Dharma’s energizing Shiva Namaskar sequence focuses on opening the hips, shoulders and upper back and includes variations for every level of student. Poses are repeated so that students may go deeper into them each time. Many options are given, so that all levels will feel challenged/comfortable. The emphasis is on practicing in a playful, relaxed manner.

The workshop is suitable for students who wish to deepen their yoga practice, and adapts well to all levels.

If you're thinking about signing up, please do so soon - in order to get the discount (and so we're sure the workshop will run).

More info here.

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