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Yoga Sutras Satsang with Yoga Nidra

Learn yoga philosophy as it is outlined in the most ancient yogic texts, the Yoga Sutras. Discover how the 8-limbed path can be applied to a modern yogis lifestyle, then enter a deep meditative state as Drew plays the crystal bowls after guiding attendees through an extended Yoga Nidra.


10021 Estero Town Commons Place, Estero FL, US 33928
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  • Workshop

Yoga Styles



Sep 17
12:00 pmto14:00 pm



Full Description

There is more than meets the eye when it comes to a common yoga practice. The foundations of modern Yoga can be broken down to Patangali’s 8-Limbs, derived from the Yoga Sutras. This workshop invites your Modern Yoga Practice to be connected with the principles and basic teachings of the ancient texts- the Yoga Sutras. The basic human template is an evolving structure of consciousness and to use ourselves effectively into the New Age we must understand where we have come from. Looking at the 8-Limbs through the lens of the common man we can begin to embrace what it truly means to have a complete Modern Yoga Practice Foundation. Satsang is a sacred gathering of souls for the purpose of truth. Drew Larman compassionately guides the student within the inner workings of the unconscious mind to discover what’s really there. Yoga Nidra is a form of a guided shavasana meditation targeting our sub and unconscious layers of reality. Only when we get to the root of our consciousness can we begin to tap into our creative potential as human beings. If you are an intermediate or advanced practitioner this event will surely enrich your philosophical understanding of the Modern Yogi. However, no previous Yoga Experience is required as this workshop will serve as a strong introduction to a Modern Yoga Practice with a solid foundation. Reserve your spot today as there is limited availability for this event.

Drew is a former Professional Hockey Player, Filmmaker and Reiki Practitioner and Registered Yoga Teacher. His love for yoga is deeply rooted in our expansive individual journey for truth, remembering why we are here, and consciously creating who we are becoming.