Continuing Ed: Bhakti Yoga And Anatomy Subtle Body Chakras, Nadis, Vayus

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Bhakti yoga is the devotional practice of yoga. Often bhakti yogis practice via chanting, mantra repetition, and deep prayer. As a yoga teacher the practice of bhakti yoga can activate a stronger voice when the moment comes to speak in front of students. The subtle body anatomy has been studied for longer than gross body anatomy. Before autopsies were performed, people have studied bodies, patterns of pain and illness, and the conclusions that were drawn are still seen as valid for many today. Via the understanding of energetic work, a yoga teacher can read bodies more effectively and better sequence and speak to student needs without needing to do a formal body assessment. Trainees will be exposed to and apply energetic understandings of chakras and vayus as a means to sequence and serve.

Guest Teacher: Jennifer teaches Bhakti Flow (the yoga of love and devotion) classes, workshops and serves as guest faculty to teacher trainings around the country in addition to leading retreats internationally. She has been teaching since 2007 and is grateful to have been influenced by many teachers, while having trained most extensively with Rusty Wells and Saul David Raye. She served as co-director for Rusty Wells’ Bhakti Flow Teacher Trainings in San Francisco for three years. Authentic and compassionate, Jennifer’s classes are steeped in the deep roots of Yoga and the tradition of Bhakti. It is through the very wisdom of the teachings and the profound influence of her teachers that Jennifer shares this ancient wisdom in an applicable and accessible way, guiding practitioners to connect with their body, breath, emotions and, most importantly, the ever-expanding heart of love.

Participants enrolled in individual modules only need attend 9:45pm-4:15pm and may attend a 8:30am group yoga practice free of charge.

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