Presentation + Discussion

For students and teachers of Yoga. This is a 4 WEEK live online interactive gathering via ZOOM.

  • Become Familiar With the Yoga Sutras

  • Go Beyond 200/300hr Teacher Training

  • Historical + Contemporary Perspective

  • A NeuroScience Perspective

  • Beyond the 8 Limbs

  • Inspired Living Through the Sutras

  • Historical Relevance of Asana

  • The Path To Liberation

  • A Deeper Look Into the Siddhis (Super Natural Powers)

The Yoga Sutras, written by a man named Patanjali, lived somewhere between the second and fourth century BC. This text has 196 Sutras, divided between four chapters, discussing the steps and processes of yoga, the development of yogic powers and finally, liberation. It’s basic foundation is Sankhya, one of the ancient Indian systems of philosophy. Patanjali was able to take a purely intellectual philosophy and present it in a form that the average spiritual seeker (then and now) could easily understand and access.

The true meaning of Yoga is the union of body, mind, soul, and spirit. According to Yoga, we suffer because of not knowing our true Self and because of the illusion of separation of our individual consciousness from Universal Consciousness or Brahman. The Yoga Sutras are a practical textbook to guide your spiritual journey of remembering.
— Roger Gabriel (Raghavanand)