To register for any event, you can email us or call 215-482-7877 and we will respond as promptly as possible! Please also note our refund policy under Schedule & Fees. Thank you!
Ongoing Monthly/Bi-Monthly Events
Chakra Meditation and Oneness Blessing
Every Other Monday Evening from 6:30-8:30pm - next session - August 6th
Suggested Donation - $5-$10
The format for the evenings is Sharing Circle, Chakra Dhyana and Oneness Blessing. All are welcome!
Alternately facilitated by Maureen Malone, Sharon Stratton and Jana Pechmann Lunger, Oneness Blessing Givers.
To register, please call Maureen at 215-424-4444 or 215-431-8838.
The Chakra Dhyana is a very powerful Spiritual Practice to awaken Kundalini, connect you with higher conscious, and clear and activate the 7 chakras. Using the Chakra Dhyana, we briefly chant the Bija Mantras for each Chakra. At the conclusion of the Chakra Dhyana the Oneness Blessing will be given. The Oneness Blessing is an energy transfer that initiates a neuro-biological change in the brain that connects us with spirit. It results in a growth in consciousness by creating a shift in the perception and experience of life. It is non-denominational; and awakens our connection with the oneness in everything, allowing each of us to deepen our relationship with ourselves, those we love, and with all that is.
Early Morning Aquarian Sadhana
Sunday, August 19th from 5:00am - 7:30am
Get up before the sun and join us for this free practice in the amrit vela, the ambrosial hours before dawn. We start with about 20 minutes of reading from Japji Sahib, a Sikh scripture. After which we practice a Kundalini kriya (yoga exercises) together. Following the exercises, we chant the Aquarian mantras (as taught by Yogi Bhajan) for 62 minutes and enjoy a deep meditation. Start your day/week with this refreshing spiritual practice!
Ayurvedic Yoga Vinyasas with Amarjyothi
Sunday, August 19th from 12:30 – 8:30PM
Amarjyothi will present Ayurvedic Yoga Vinyasas as learned from Mukunda Stiles, author of Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy, and Structural Yoga Therapy. These vinyassa were given by Krishnamacharya to Dr. Paul Copeland in individual sessions in India during 1971-1973. Dr. Copeland gave Mukunda permission to make these teachings available after decades of practice. These vinyasas can be used to balance and refine vata, pitta and kapha, and through this balance enhance a seeker's connection to spirit. The practices from Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy use elements from classical and tantric yoga to guide the practitioner into a sattvic state. These vinyasas are a wonderful flow of movements that coordinate breath and body, and can be practiced by anyone.
Amarjyothi began her study of yoga in 1985 at the Sivananda Ashram in NYC. She met Parvathi Nanda Nath Saraswati in 1998 in New Hope PA and has continued to train with her in yoga asana and tantric methodology. In 2003 Amarjyothi met Mukunda Stiles and completed her Structural Yoga Therapy certification in 2005. She has assisted Mukunda in various workshops and trainings, and under his guidance, works with local clients and students based on classical yoga and Structural Yoga Therapy. Amarjyothi is the founder and director of Yoga Loka in Frenchtown NJ, where she continues to grow community and impart the practices given to her by her teachers. She has led more than 10 training and immersion programs at Yoga Loka and is a guest teacher in other training programs. She has presented classes at Kripalu, Integral Yoga, the Hunterdon County Library Lecture Series and the NYC Open Center.
You Don't Have to be Teeny to be a Yogini
Saturday, August 25th from 1:00 - 3:00pm
Yoga is accessible to all regardless of size, mobility challenges or age. In this non-judgmental workshop, we will explore gentle modifications to classic yoga postures. (asanas) using chairs, walls, blankets, and props. Other aspects of yoga will be introduced; use of the breath, sound, and guided meditation. There will also be some group process work regarding body acceptance and awareness.
Melanie Jones is a certified yoga instructor and body worker, with 25 years of yoga experience. Challenges with body size and image, chronic pain, and limited mobility due to accidents showed her the profound benefit that even subtle movements with yoga can provide. She shares her knowledge to help others accept and understand their bodies, in whatever form, with loving acceptance. For more information, visit www.abundantyogini.com
The American Sanskrit Institute's Weekend Immersion - Sanskrit Level II with Robin Debreceni
Saturday and Sunday, September 29th and 30th from Noon - 6pm each day
Investment - $250
Pre-requisite for this course is American Sanskrit Institute Level I.
Continue your exploration of Sanskrit and it’s healing power of sound and vibration in this Level II course.
Over a weekend, during this 12-hour American Sanskrit Institute course offering, you will enhance your understanding of the mouth positions and use of the palate in the formation of sound through chanting and continued study. The first day will be devoted to reviewing Level I and refining your understanding of the alphabet and vowel/consonant combinations. Day 2 will cover consonant combinations with an emphasis on reading and writing the Devanagari script.
You will also be introduced to the Panini Sutras which describe the ‘rules’ of Sanskrit grammar.
Robin Debreceni (RYT200)was initially drawn to Sanskrit for its elegant calligraphy. After taking her first Intro class with ErikMarrero in 2014 she discovered there was much more to this language than its visual aesthetic. Exploring Sanskrit has enriched and informed her personal yoga and meditation practice. Robin finds great joy in sharing the beauty and resonance of the Sanskrit language and continues to pursue her own studies of Sanskrit and the Yoga Sutras through various workshops and classes. In addition
to teaching Level I immersion weekends for ASI, she teaches on-going weekly Sanskrit classes at Trishula Yoga in Collingswood NJ and assists in curriculum development for ASI.
Kali Natha Yoga as taught by Ma Jaya: Training Level 1 - led by Shakti Durgaya Kali
Friday, October 5 through Sunday, October 7, 2018
Friday, October 5 from 6-9 pm
Saturday, October 6 from 12-6pm
Sunday, October 7 from 12-6pm
Pricing: Weekend package $249 ( Early Bird if by AUGUST 30th- $309 afterwards!)
Friday night only: $45
Saturday or Sunday only: $135
An Introduction to the ancient practice that is Kali Natha Yoga with a special emphasis on the cultivation of moon and Mother practices with a special focus on the Divine Mother.
This module will explore the practices around Shiva and Shakti, Sun and Moon balance in the asana series. Hanuman asana series, mudras and meditations will be highlighted.
This module will explore the practices around Kundalini, Agni and Vayu.
Ma Jaya’s teachings on the 11 Karmic Spaces and how to thread them through your yoga class or workshop will be featured during this session.
Shakti Durgaya was initiated into Kali Natha Yoga by her Guru Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati and leads trainings and programs on Kashi Ashram and in the United States.
As a student of Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati, Shakti Durgaya shares the interfaith teachings of service and living from the heart. Her passion is to share Kali Natha Yoga with all who seek to learn more and steep in the essence of the Divine Mother.