Date: Saturday, Sept. 16 (one session only)
Time: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
(Bring a brown bag lunch.)
Enrollment: 12 min./25 max.
Expand mind, body, and spirit! Yoga includes 8 limbs (or steps) and in this workshop we will cover limbs 4-8. The workshop will include one hour of restorative yoga, one hour of breath (pranayama) and visualization, and two hours of introduction to the sutras—the mind/science anthology—emphasizing personal insights and revelations as important steps on the spiritual journey.
Mary Martha McNeel has trained at the Omega Institute for Holistic Healing and was a student and assistant to Roger Jahnke, O.M.D., for four years. She began teaching yoga/tai chi/qigong at the University of the Incarnate Word in 2006. She also coordinates the outreach program for Connections at the Village at Incarnate Word, where she teaches seven classes a week.
Sam Salazar is a dedicated practitioner of yoga, qigong, tai chi sword and tai chi. He is especially interested in practices that deepen the experience of meditation through visualization. He practices and experiments with The Higher Limbs (stages of meditation). He will share with us practices that focus the mind.
Izabela Chabinska, a very dedicated student of the philosophy of yoga, including the sutras and the Bhagavad Gita. She teaches yoga at Southtown Yoga and loves sharing her knowledge.