With Amanda Serene Dozal
The first limb of yoga is Yama, which is likened to the roots of the tree because it is the foundation from which all the rest will grow.
Saturday, May 7th
10:00am-12:30pm & 2:00-4:30pm
For anything in life to be sturdy and solid it must have a strong, healthy foundation. From there, we have the capacity to grow and flourish. The eight-limbed system of yoga is complex and a lifetime of integration and study which is why most of the foundational limbs are by-passed. Join Amanda Serene Dozal through the practice of the Yamas (things we control, regulate and restrain). Learn how to apply the five concepts of ahimsa (non-violence), satya (non-lying), asteya (non-stealing), bramacharya (sensuality), aparigrhaha (non-greed), in an intelligent and accessible way. By branching the philosophical limbs into our daily practice and lives, we establish a harmonious relationship between our experience of the inner & outer worlds.
Amanda is known for her passionate, precise and articulate approach to teaching. Unifying the technical with the mystical, she believes in a foundational approach to understanding the complex system of yoga.