Chakra Workshop w Laurel Wilson, ERYT200
Sunday December 8th, 2013 @ 2:30pm
Laughter Yoga Teacher Training w Linda Leclerc
Wednesday December 11th to Sunday December 15th, 2013
To register please contact Linda directly @ 819-210-5057 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For in person inquiries and registrations our current office hours are:
- Mondays from 3pm to 7pm
- Tuesdays from 3pm to 5pm
- Wednesdays from 3pm to 6:30pm
- Thursdays from 1pm to 4:30pm
- Fridays from 2pm to 5pm
Weekly Laughter Yoga Club
Our Community Laughter yoga club runs on Thursdays from 12:15pm to 12:45pm. This class is run by donation (give what you can, when you can). All levels of practitioner are welcome - no yoga or laughter experience necessary!
Janati Yoga School's Teaching Philosophy
Janati is a sanskrit word that translates to "learn" and "experience".
I like to think of it as "learn through experience"
- which is how yoga works, what I teach, and why I chose it as the name of my Yoga School.
I am very excited to share that Janati Yoga is a certified Private Educational Institution by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC)
and meets the criteria of a Vocational Institution according to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
For more details, please click here.
Yoga is different things to different people. The groovy thing is, they are all good and they are all Yoga!
We endeavor to help students find their own understanding of what Yoga is to them, and encourage them to allow their personal practices to evolve and transform them.
We believe that the essence of Yoga is unconditional love; embracing the full spectrum of experiences, people, places, and things with reverence and awe...
Moving towards our authentic self is moving to greater expressions of love and connection with our world.
Janati Yoga's teaching and practices include yoga philosophy (yamas & niyamas), asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing expansion), dharana (concentration),
dhyana & nidra (meditation), mantra (sacred sound), prema (unconditional love), metta (loving kindness), karuna (compassion), jyotir (lightness - laughing is so important!!!),
sukham (ease) - all working towards Samadhi (awakening) and Ananda (bliss).
In the spirit of constant teaching and learning, I've chosen one of my favorite Yoga Sutras for the home page:
YS I.12 "Abhyasa vairagyabhyam tan nirodhah"
To attain Yoga, the keys to practice are:
- a consistently dedicated practice pursued with reverence (keep continue)
- non-attachment to the results (letting go).