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An Interview with Alan Finger and Wendy Newton – Tantra of the Yoga Sutras

Tantra of the Yoga Sutras is available now at all on-line outlets.   Order Tantra of the Yoga Sutras via Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound, Shambhala or wherever good books are sold.     Peter Ferko Interviews Alan Finger and Wendy Newton on their new book, Tantra of the Yoga Sutras Peter: Alan, I’ll start with you. Where did the Tantra of the Yoga Sutras come from? Alan: Well, everything is born from nothing. Peter and Wendy: (Laughter). P: So it came out of nowhere? A: Yes. And also from my experiences in the ISHTA teacher training, where we were teaching the Sutras from other translations. I was consistently frustrated by listening to students get confused because the translations usually focus on religion and ethics. I was taught, and I intuitively knew, that this was was not actually what...

Tantra of the Yoga Sutras

A new book by Alan Finger and Wendy Newton launching this December   We are excited to announce the upcoming release of Alan Finger and Wendy Newton's new book, 'Tantra of the Yoga Sutras'! Stay tuned for more information on our ISHTA book launch event this December.  Pre-order Tantra of the Yoga Sutras via Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound, Shambhala or wherever good books are sold....

France: Yoga and the Art of Living Creatively with Yogirajs Ulrica Norberg, Wendy Newton, and Peter Ferko

"Step into your creative potential! This summer, ISHTA Yoga masters Ulrica Norberg, Wendy Newton, and Peter Ferko lead you on a soul-inspiring journey into the fertile and picturesque lands of Normandy, France. Explore your creative potential in community with these experienced mentors, and learn to reap the real-life benefits of your practice on and off the mat. Early Bird Pricing until April 22. Click here for info or to register. For questions, contact Jenny Bloom...

Foundations in ISHTA Pranayama Techniques with Wendy Newton

Pranayama means “to extend and direct the life force energy.” Pranayama calms the nervous system, stretches the breath, and focuses the mind. The balancing effect of pranayama techniques can either calm an anxious state or energize a lethargic state, depending on an individual’s condition. In this workshop, Yogiraj Wendy Newton will share some of the basic Pranayama techniques from the ISHTA 200-hour Teacher Training which can serve to enhance your living and support a daily meditation practice. Come expecting to learn more about the techniques shared every day in ISHTA classes. This workshop is open to beginners and people of all levels....