How do we find balance between pursuing our goals and staying in the flow? Between cultivating an intention and getting bogged down in the details that can trip us up?
How do we deal with old patterns that seem to re-emerge again and again in this process?
The Yoga Sutras has some interesting wisdom on the subject that is as relevant today as when it was written. The Sanskrit terms Abhyasa and Vairagya come from the Yoga Sutras and give us a kind of a recipe for how to combine doing with allowing to bring ease into our living.
In this workshop we will use embodied practices to open up our creative juices and reflective listening exercises to unpack our stories of how effort and ease dance through our lives.
Come away with a renewed sense of clarity as we move into the inherent hopefulness of spring.
Bio: Wendy is co-author with Alan Finger of Tantra of the Yoga Sutras and a Yogiraj in the ISHTA lineage. She has taught in ISHTA’s teacher training since its inception and is dedicated to sharing the wisdom of these ancient teachings in a contemporary, relatable way. She is the creator of Embodied Yoga Sutras and has many years practicing and teaching self-awareness through meditation, reflective listening, and sacred text
April 9, 12 – 2 pm est via live stream
$30 EB / $40
Special Pricing for ISHTA Members + Acharya, email Rumika@ishtayoga.com to sign up.