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Exploring the Yogic Yamas Virtual Series

Select Wednesdays, (5-session series), 7:00-8:15 pm EST

  • 1 h 15 min
  • Online

Service Description

Embark on a transformative journey of self-discovery and personal growth as we delve into the ancient wisdom of the Yogic Yamas. In this 5-class series, we will explore each of the five Yamas - Ahimsa, Satya, Asteya, Brahmacharya, and Aparigraha - and learn how to embody these ethical principles in our daily lives through the practices of pranayama, asana, and meditation. June 5: Embodying Ahimsa (Non-violence) In our first session, we will explore the principle of Ahimsa, or non-violence, as we cultivate compassion, kindness, and empathy towards ourselves and others. Through gentle pranayama practices, heart-opening asanas, and loving-kindness meditation, we will create a space of peace and harmony within ourselves and the world around us. June 19: Living Satya (Truthfulness) In our second session, we will delve into the practice of Satya, or truthfulness, as we align with our inner truth and authenticity. Through breath-awareness practices, grounding asanas, and truth-seeking meditation, we will cultivate honesty, integrity, and clarity of mind, fostering deeper connections with ourselves and others. July 3: Cultivating Asteya (Non-stealing) In our third session, we will explore the principle of Asteya, or non-stealing, as we cultivate contentment, gratitude, and respect for the possessions and boundaries of others. Through pranayama practices for abundance, grounding asanas, and letting-go meditation, we will release the impulse to take or covet what is not freely given, embracing a mindset of sufficiency and generosity. July 17: Practicing Brahmacharya (Moderation) In our fourth session, we will dive into the practice of Brahmacharya, or moderation, as we cultivate self-restraint and mindful use of energy. Through pranayama practices for balance, energizing asanas, and inward-focused meditation, we will channel our vitality and creativity toward spiritual growth and self-realization, fostering a sense of inner harmony and wholeness. July 31: Embracing Aparigraha (Non-possessiveness) In our final session, we will embrace the principle of Aparigraha, or non-possessiveness, as we let go of attachment and cultivate a spirit of detachment and freedom. Through pranayama practices for release, grounding asanas, and surrender meditation, we will release the grip of greed and attachment, allowing space for abundance, joy, and serenity to flow into our lives.


Upcoming Sessions


Contact Details

1-610-410-3338

kleungwellness@gmail.com

Pennsylvania, USA


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