Living Meditation through the Yoga Sutras
This is Yoga beyond āsana beyond prāṇāyāma, beyond exercise and beyond specific techniques.
When we find ourselves at an impasse with our practice we are often in a space of shift. It’s comforting to assume that familiar things will always serve in familiar ways and yet we know during change all things grow.
One of the ways in which we can stay in practice through all of our shifts is to shift our perspective of practice, from a space in our days to a way of being. Our practice is mainly a state of being and a path for living—the implications of this for your life is immense!
Patañjali’s Yogasūtras are a manual for navigating our daily-living. It presents concise yet complete instructions for practicing Yoga, both on the mat and in life. It explains how the different aspects of Yoga are interconnected pathways of a single, greater, path for daily living.
Patañjali’s teachings pave a path for us to shift how we see the world and how we choose to relate to the world around us. In this way, we can shed ways of being that no longer serve us, so that we are able to experience an evolved and liberated way of living.
Join Celeste Greene for Living Meditation Through the Yogasūtras workshop and learn how the Yogasūtras apply to your everyday life in a way that practice becomes a state of being. Celeste will discuss the richness of the Yogasūtras so that students are able to experience the potency and transformative nature of this text.
Join today and learn what it looks like to live a life of yoga!
Living Meditation Through the Yogasūtras Workshop will take place on Tuesday, February 21st from 3pm-5pm PT. This is an interactive workshop that provides time for discussion and to reflect on the information provided, ask questions and learn how to apply Patañjali’s teachings to your everyday life. A recording of the workshop will be available in the Student Portal for 90 days after the live workshop completes.
What students will explore:
- Yoga as a way of being and how the practice of Yoga relates to living your life
- Simple and approachable ways to live the path of Yoga
- How to practice Yoga ‘off the mat’ in a way that provides insight and clarity for daily living
Live Online Workshop
Date: Tuesday, February 21st, 2023
Time: 3:00pmPT/5:00pmET – 6:00pmPT/8:00pmET
Duration: 2 Hours
Teacher: Celeste Greene
Location: Zoom link provided upon purchase.
A recording of the workshop will be available in the Student Portal after the live Workshop completes.
Expect to Explore
- Experience meditative practices that provide insight and clarity into your life
- Learn how to bring yoga off the mat and into your day to day activities
- Discover simple and approachable ways to live the path of yoga
- Learn how the ancient texts provide guidance for living life today
- Expand your yoga and meditation practice into your daily activities to bring you strength, patience, clarity and peace.
Yoga Therapist, E-RYT 500, YACEP & Trauma Informed Yoga Instructor
Celeste Greene is a yoga therapist who is devoted to living and sharing the path of yoga with others.
Celeste has over 14 years of teaching experience and 12 years of devoted meditation practice. She received her 200 hour Yoga certification in 2008. Immediately following her training, she began teaching yoga in Southwest Colorado and then Northern California. While in Colorado she met her meditation teacher and began her intensive study in the meditation lineage of Sri Aurobindo of “Integral Yoga”.
She received her 300 hour yoga teacher training in the Krishnamacharya lineage of TKV Desikachar with Chase Bossart. She graduated in 2021 from the Yoga Well Instituute’s 1,000-hour yoga therapy program, an International Association of Yoga Therapists-accredited school.
Celeste is deeply fulfilled by her work as a yoga therapist and teacher of teachers. She leads retreats all over the country, guest teaches in teacher trainings, mentors other teachers and sees individual yoga therapy students in her private practice and at The Osher Center for Integrative Health at Vanderbilt. Celeste is most passionate about teaching to those with anxiety, depression, spiritual disconnection, chronic pain, sleep struggles and more.