Jivamukti Yoga provides a path to enlightenment through compassion for all beings. At Jivamukti Yoga Sydney the average student walks away with a clear understanding of both the history and philosophy of yoga as a result of our physically and mentally challenging classes. That’s because the aim is to not only train your body, but to educate your heart, your soul, and your mind. As you learn to move from asana to asana, you’ll discover that your yoga practice makes a real impact on the way you live your life.
Held on the outskirts of Ubud, Bali is the amazing Bagus Jati resort where students will have the opportunity to explore the Jivamukti Yoga method in depth as well as experience the culture that the beautiful Bali has to offer.More Info
On the Autumn Equinox, day and night are of equal length. This signals the need to balance light and darkness within us. Far too often, we fear the dark and adore only the light. Autumn is a time of transformationMore Info
The Bhagavad Gita - 'beautiful song' - is the dialogue between Arjuna, a reluctant warrior, and Krishna, the charioteer and strategist to whom Arjuna calls upon in his darkest hour. As yogis, we are Arjuna, facing challenges we never imagined in a world seemingly at war with itself. How do we look beyond our own doubts to direct our lives through and beyond conflict, separation and fear? How do we transcend effort and surrender to grace in our most challenging times?More Info
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A practitioner must be careful not to lose sight of the ultimate goal of yoga, which is God realization. Remembering God and being able to serve God should be foremost in our minds and hearts and should permeate all of our actions. When we ask, “Make me an instrument for Thy Will, not mine but Thine be done, free me from anger, jealousy and fear, fill my heart with joy and compassion,” we are asking God to reside in our hearts and to use us as His instruments. That plea invokes the arising of humility within our hearts and diminishes pride and with it the tendency to indentify ourselves as the doer of actions and instead acknowledges God as the ultimate doer.Read More
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