A Week with Arun Deva


Mindfulness
& The Yoga Sutras

September 6-8, 2019

The Yoga Sutras are about the tradition of yoga. They clearly define the deepest goals, the practices and the path. Although the paths and practices are numerous, the final goal is singular. It is peace of mind in everyday life. To find ourselves and come to peace.

As individuals we all seek the same goal but are unable to break our patterns because we cannot put a name to our restlessness. When yoga leads us to this answer we are set free.

In this weekend immersion we will imagine the true final goal as Patañjali may have as a guide for mindfulness and we will then explore how to adapt the path to our individual states of being. We may find that though much has changed in practice, nothing has changed in principal. Starting with the first chapter where the final goal is laid out in the first 15 sutras, we will jump to the second chapter to the practices for beginning the journey. Besides the traditional understandings of the classical commentaries, we will bring relevance to our own journeys here and now. And we will find how the traditional yoga can indeed infuse our modern practices.

This workshop is informed by a desire to show the huge potential of yoga including how āsana practice has the power to unleash this potential. When the āsana expands into something more, then we have begun the journey to the inner yoga.

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Arun Deva with Patanjali

Free Friday Night

Enjoy an evening with Arun Deva while discussing Patañjali’s Yoga Sutras
This session is free and open to the public.
RSVP is required

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  • schedule

    Friday • September 6

    • 6:30-8:30pm Intro to the Yoga Sutras

    FREE INTRODUCTION, open to public!
    Required for the weekend workshop

    Saturday • September 7

    • 9:00am-10:30am Yoga Practice
    • 10:45am-12:15pm Lecture
    • 1:45-2:30pm Pranayama Practice
    • 2:45-5:00pm Lecture


    Sunday • September 8

    • 9:00-1200 noon Krama Yoga Practice
    • 1:30-300pm Lecture
    • 3:15-500pm Lecture
  • price

    Full Weekend Immersion

    • $225 Early Bird Full Weekend
    • $250 After August 23, 2019


    This workshop is not available in modules.

    **CEU’s for YA Registry available for teachers and teacher trainees.

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Arun Ayurvedic Consults in Salt Lake City

Ayurveda Consults

with Ayurveda Practitioner Arun Deva

DATES/TIMES

September 5, 6, 9, 10, 11
9:30am – 5:30pm

COST

Initial: $195: 1.25hrs
Follow Up: $130: 45 minutes

CONTACT

Maria Radloff – love@mariyurveda.com
Consults are by appointment only. Please email below or contact Maria directly to schedule an appointment with Arun.

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Arun Deva, DASc, AP-NAMA, AYT- NAMA, C-IAYT, E-RYT500, BA (Lit), is a senior āyurvedic practitioner (AP), āyurvedic yoga therapist (AYT-NAMA) and certified teacher of vinyāsa krama yoga in the Krishnamacarya tradition. He has served both the National & State Āyurvedic Associations: NAMA & CAAM since 2004. Currently he chairs NAMA’s Committee for Āyurvedic Yoga Therapy and is a NAMA Board Member. Arun teaches internationally, lectures at Conferences, writes articles for different publications; including peer reviewed Āyurveda Journals, and has been featured on both radio and television. He is director of āyurveda for yoga studies at Loyola Marymount University. Born and raised in India where he began his yogic studies, Arun has made his home in Los Angeles since 1977.
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