Yoga and Ethics Through the Yogasūtras
The landscape of the world we know is constantly shifting. It can leave us feeling unsettled about how to proceed or about how to engage in ways that benefit the greater whole. For many of us, finding guidance and clarity in these times can feel daunting and even insurmountable. It can often feel like doing what is right and remaining true to our values is a bit like being stuck between a rock and a hard place.
Fortunately, for those of us who have found the Viniyoga tradition and who strive to stay on the yogic path, clarity can be found in the space we find many different answers, the Yoga Sutras.
Join Melissa Shah (she/they) for a thought provoking workshop on examining privilege, and living ethically through the lens of the Yoga Sutras. You will be invited to reflect on your own positionality and identities and discuss ethical values in yoga and how they apply to your own role in today’s culture. You will leave this workshop with a deeper sense of clarity of how to apply the rich lessons from the Yoga Sutras to contribute to a more just society and honor the source of the teachings we have all benefited so much from.
Yoga and Ethics Through the Yogasūtras is a 3-hour workshop that will take place on Saturday, December 10th at 9am PST. A recording of the workshop will be available in the Student Portal after the live Workshop completes.
*Because of the importance of this subject matter we do not want finances to be a barrier to participation. If it is appropriate, please use code ETHICS22 for 40% off the cost of this workshop. If you require additional assistance, please reach out to [email protected] and we will be happy to work with you.
Live Online Workshop
Date: Saturday – December 10th, 2022
Time: 9:00amPT/12:00pmET – 12:00pmPT/3:00ET
Duration: 3 Hours
Teacher: Melissa Shah
Location: Zoom link provided upon purchase.
A recording of the workshop will be available in the Student Portal after the live Workshop completes.
Melissa Shah (she/they) is an Indian-American yoga therapist who skillfully adapts yoga and Ayurveda to the individual. She believes that yoga doesn’t need to be stripped of its culture and history in order for it to be beneficial to others. She is committed to the intersection of yoga and social justice, and works to make feeling well accessible to all, but especially those who are often left out of the wellness conversation. She offers group and 1:1 yoga therapy and mentorship sessions, as well as an online library subscription for those who want to practice anytime, anywhere. To find out more about Melissa and her offerings please visit www.findyourbreath.net