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Friday, January 13 • 2:00pm - 5:30pm
The Inner Dimensions of Practice AVAILABLE

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Meditation is an ancient practice, found in all the world’s religious traditions, linking the hearts and minds of practitioners to sources of guidance, inspiration, and/or the Divine. Modern scientific and medical research are demonstration the incredible health benefits of mediation for the brain and physiology. Beyond the physiological level, through meditation we can deepen our self-awareness and gain mastery over our minds. Dysfunctional patterns at the level of thought, feeling, and behavior create attachment, identification, suffering, and entanglement. The Ancient Yogi’s recognized that the root of these dysfunctional patterns is the conditioned mind. They developed the sequence of meditation to understand, transform, and ultimately master the mind. Mastering the mind, according to the Ancients is the path to Self or God realization, fulfillment, and ultimate liberation. In this session we will:
- study the last 4 limbs of Patanjali’s Astanga Yoga
- learn methods of practice from the Yoga Tradition of Meditation
- explore how to use these methods to directly influence our thoughts, feeling, and behavior
Lecture and practice.

**This class has been approved by American Council on Exercise (ACE) for CECs.**    

Speakers
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Gary Kraftsow

Gary Kraftsow began his study of yoga in India with T. K. V. Desikachar in 1974 and received a Viniyoga Special Diploma from Viniyoga International in Paris, France. Gary is the founder, director, and senior teacher of the American Viniyoga Institute's Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist Training Programs. He is the author of the books Yoga for Wellness and Yoga for Transformation and has released several educational DVDs. Recently, he was named by... Read More →


Friday January 13, 2017 2:00pm - 5:30pm
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