The Yoga of Love and Belonging

Instructor - Sarahjoy Marsh

Day & Time - Sunday at 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm


 

(Available in Full and Sunday Festival Pass or with a Partial Pass for $120)

The Koshas illuminate the layers of our human eco-system and remind us that our deepest nature is love and belonging. Both a hopeful vision and a roadmap for coming back home to this love and belonging, creating a yoga practice and cultivating a life rhythm in alignment with the koshas awakens, and restores, our deep recognition of this. More than merely cognitively, intellectually, or spiritually compelling, through yogic practices, this recognition infuses body, breath, senses, viscera, brain, heart, intuition, and ananda.

In this session, we’ll explore what gets in the way of living in this realization so many have repeatedly glimpsed yet haven’t stabilized in. Neuroscience helps us to understand how  our brain’s support (or derail) us in steadying our felt sense of homecoming. We will outline the daily yogic responsibilities and recommendations for nourishing this capacity. Practices will include asana, pranayama, mindfulness in the  subtle layers of the koshas, pratyahara, chanting, and meditative inquiry. Expect an inward journey that evolves into a sense of intimacy with your fellow yoga companions here and everywhere.  Asana willbe suited to all levels and will include sun salutations, standing poses, and twists.

Please bring a mat, 2 blocks, a strap, 2 blankets.  And if you have a hot water bottle, please bring it.

Location
Cannon Beach Chamber Hall

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