1. The Re-Imagination of Yoga by Women: A History
Saturday, January 19 — 3:30pm – 5:30pm
Main Conference – Session 3
Discover how women have redirected the course of yoga’s global evolution. Women were ancient Tantric gurus, early adapters of yoga in the 1890s and intial supporters of Swami Vivekananda when he brought yoga to the West.
Other female workers in the field created flow yoga flow in the early 20th century and made care for community a main pillar of yoga’s current philosophy.
Come learn about women’s powerful imprint on yoga, from ancient to modern times..
2. Why the Buddha Burns: Actions and Anatomies of the Yoga Subtle Body
Sunday, January 20 — 3:30pm – 5:30pm
Main Conference – Session 6
From the earliest times, yogis explored altered states to discover anatomies hidden from normal eyes.
They saw auras, subtle breaths, and energy wheels, and called them koshas, pranas, and chakras.
As yogis built regimens for health and realization, they learned to transform neediness into openness and love. Leveraging the inner anatomy, they burned through desire with the agnis: the flames of an open heart. Come discover how your inner world is structured and how it is used for transformation on the yoga path.
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