Five yogic workshop package
Five yogic workshop package
All five yogic workshops together at a discounted rate. All five workshops will be lead by Elsa Wadsworth and introduce many major components of esoteric, yogic healing arts, history and principals. Learn them in an integrative, helpful and fun mystical setting. Each sold individually as well.
All five yogic workshops together at a discounted rate. All five workshops will be lead by Elsa Wadsworth and introduce many major components of esoteric, yogic healing arts, history and principals. Learn them in an integrative, helpful and fun mystical setting.
Gods and Goddesses
We will be exploring the world of mythology. Learn about Gods and Goddesses of India. Learn their names, history, their stories and feel inspired by the impact they represent. Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma, Shakti, Parvati, Lakshmi, Saraswati, Durga, Kali, Ganesha, Hanuman and more!
Bija, Chakras and Kundalini
Learn about the chakras like you never have before! Learn what they are, where they are, their sounds, how to work with them, feel them, open them, cleanse them, charge them and more. Learn their connections to the body and to yoga. You will be given a special cleanse protocol to work with at home as well should you choose to.
Mantras and Malas
Learn what a Mala is, how and why we use them. This practice is called Japa yoga.
Learn Mantra, what, why, when and how we use them and how they work together.
You will learn and practice both!
How to choose a Mala, how to hold and practice Japa and the different kinds. We will be offering a Mala making workshop as well, in conjunction with this event on a later date. There also will be various Mala available for purchase.
Bring yours if you have one, or bring them all if you have many!
How to work with Mantra, which one how, to choose, etc.
You will be given a Mantra to learn and practice if you choose.
Yamas and Niyamas
Introduction to the Ashtanga, or the 8 limbs of yoga. We will be covering the first two primarily the Yamas and the Niyamas. These two are sometimes called the yogic "Do's" and "Dont's". We look at these as helpful guides. As teachers, what they mean to us personally and what are they really showing us? Why and how can they benefit us and make our practice easier and more full.
Ashtanga means eight limbs or branches, of which asana or physical yoga posture is merely one branch, breath or pranayama is another. The first two limbs - Yamas and Niyamas - are given special emphasis to be practiced in conjunction with the 3rd and 4th limbs (asana and pranayama).
Intro to Ayurveda; The Doshas & Three Gunas
Learn your basic constitution from an Ayurvedic perspective, and how this can relate to personalized health, body wisdom and energy of the body. As well as learn the concepts of identifying your Dosha and the Dosha of others and why it's helpful.