‘The Love of Wisdom’ – Yoga Sutra and Yoga Philosophy with Gregor Maehle

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    Date/Time
    Date(s) - 30/03/2019 - 31/03/2019
    All Day

    Location
    Ashtanga Yoga Centre of Melbourne

    Address
    1/110-112 Argyle St
    Fitzroy Victoria 3065

    Australia


    The Yoga Sutra is a tool to gain inner
 freedom. Inner freedom means to be able to 
dictate our mind what to do, what it needs to
 think or when it should be quiet rather than our
 mind bossing us around. Studying the Yoga Sutra is
 a training that teaches you to use your mind in 
the same efficient and creative way as asana 
is a training to use your body. For this purpose
 we need to be able to understand and free 
us from our conditioning (vasana). You will
 understand how conditioning is created by 
your past thoughts, words and actions and 
how to change future conditioning by changing your present thoughts, words and actions.

    Another important goal of Yoga Sutra is the integration of meditative experiences
or glimpses into our life. We may have had great experiences of happiness but without their proper integration, apart from the actual moment of experience, they are often not of lasting value. The Yoga Sutra helps us to put them into perspective and integrate them into our lives, leading to lasting change.

    These hours can be put towards a Yoga Alliance or Yoga Australia accredited teacher training.

    This workshop is taught over one full weekends (approx. 16 hours). All prices in Australian Dollars.

    To book please click here to be forwarded to 8limbs.com.

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    Gregor Maehle began his practice of Raja Yoga in 1978 and added Hatha Yoga a few years later. For almost two decades he yearly travelled to India where he studied with various yogic and tantric masters. Since then he has branched out into research of the anatomical alignment of postures and the higher limbs of Yoga. He obtained his anatomical knowledge through a Health Practitioner degree and has also studied History, Philosophy and Comparative Religion. Gregor lived many years as a recluse, studying Sanskrit, yogic scripture and practising yogic techniques. He has published a series of textbooks on all major aspects of yoga. His mission is to re-integrate ashtanga vinyasa practice into the larger framework of Patanjali’s eight-limbed yoga in the spirit of T. Krishnamacharya. He offers trainings, retreats and workshops worldwide.

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