Be Present, Discovering the Bhagavad Gita, Goddess Saraswati, and more!
The class includes the following:
1) Be Present
The power of being present gives us freedom from suffering. Sounds pretty good, right?
2) Discovering the Bhagavad Gita
The Bhagavad Gita is a fantastic resource for understanding how we can address and overcome battles in our everyday lives.
3) Goddess Saraswati
This class highlights the goddess Saraswati and how we invoke her during our practice through our breath and intention.
4) Jai Ganesh!
This class highlight's Ganesh's story and talks about how shifting our perspective literally makes problems go away.
5) Journey through the Ramayana
The Ramayana is one of the most awesome stories in yoga philosophy and the characters Ram and Hanuman are fine examples of what it takes to be a yogi.
6) Kali and Durga: Be the Change
Kali and Durga are goddesses that help us to overcome our ego and our fear. Very helpful in the process of yoga as we try and deconstruct who we think we are in favor of loving what is.
7) Sita, Ram and Hanuman
Yoga is an internal practice, but some of the yogic mythology gives us the context to unravel and discover the workings of our own mind and heart. Through the story of Sita, Ram and Hanuman we learn how to recognize our humanness as well as our inner divinity.
8) The Veil and the Unveiling
Yoga philosophy is cloaked in duality and in this class we uncover the reality and the unreality of our existence. The Matrix introduces us to this concept and in this class we discover how our inner world feeds and affects our outer world.
Alanna is "the teacher's teacher" and is listed as one of Yoga Journal's top 20 teachers under 40. Her approach fills in what's missing in yoga: mythology. She is anti-dogmatic in all things, and her love of science confirms her spirituality, rather than negates it. Alanna’s vision picks up where Joseph Campbell left off — to empower people to connect with and embrace their humanness.
Find out more at alannak.com