Yoga Nanda’s third annual Path to Self-Realization 200-Hour Teacher Training is
officially underway, and a few of the training modules are open to the public. One of the most exciting opportunities is the rare chance to study with Manorama, a Sanskrit scholar who leads workshops all over the world but rarely on Long Island. On the afternoon of Saturday, January 5, Manorama will offer her workshop, The Culture of the Modern Yogi & Sanskrit, at Yoga Nanda: Long Beach.
Manorama is the founder of both the Sanskrit Studies Method and the Luminous Soul Method, and tours the globe sharing these methods with students and teachers alike. She offers a direct, easy and joyful approach to learning Sanskrit, and her courses are infused with inspiration and humor.
This workshop is an introduction to the Sanskrit language and the culture of the modern yogi. Attendees will practice pronouncing common asana names and mantras, and learn about the significance of proper Sanskrit pronunciation and the language’s capacity for vibrational healing. Participants will also be introduced to the Luminous Soul Meditation and select principles for authentic yogic living, which can be used to cultivate a peaceful state of mind at any time.
Manorama’s teachings are as inspiring as her presence, and her workshop is not limited to those with an interest in teaching yoga or with any previous knowledge of the Sanskrit language. Anyone interested in truly deepening their understanding of yoga, its context, and its capacity for deep healing is encouraged to attend.
Location: 52 East Park Ave., Long Beach. For more information or to register, visit Yoga-Nanda.com.