The yamas and niyamas are yoga’s ethical guidelines laid out in the first two limbs of Patanjali’s eightfold path of yoga (the 8 Limbs). They’re like a yoga road map written to guide you on your life’s journey. Simply put, the yamas are things not to do, or restraints, while the niyamas are things to do, or observances. Together, they form a moral code of conduct.
On Saturday, July 20th, in the first of two sessions, you will explore the the five Yamas, self-regulating behaviors involving our interactions with other people and the world itself.
On Saturday, August 20th you will take a look at the second limb of the 8 limbed yogic path, the Niyamas, which are acknowledged as our personal practices that relate to our inner world and sate of balance/harmony.
Gaining the skills to choose right attitude, thought, and action, may be the grandest adventure you can take. Come soak up some knowledge know-how on how you might better participate in your own life.
Only $11 per session.