Reaching Roots Yoga Company, 44 Pleasant St. Claremont, NH
A Sanskrit & Meditation weekend Intensive
Duration: 8 hours weekend intensive Saturday and Sunday
Enjoy Manorama's playful & dynamic style of sharing the Sanskrit Alphabet & Yoga Meditation as the Luminous Path of Sabda.
During this weekend of personal and spiritual exploration combined with intensive Sanskrit study Manorama will guide the student on the path of shabda, sacred sound as light. Join Manorama for this unique course designed to awaken the mind and heart of the individual in his/her quest for Sanskrit & Yogic knowledge.
Tap into the luminous blueprint of energy that exists within you, through awareness of shabda (sound). This course offers a new lens through which to view the vast and enlightening subject - Sanskrit as the language of Yoga.
Fee: $235, includes standard materials (comprehensive materials, additional $10)
Early bird discount: Save $20 when you sign up and pay by September 8!
Manorama, the Director of the School of Sanskrit Studies in NYC, leads workshops in Luminous Shabda, a path that combines Sanskrit, Meditation, and Yoga philosophy.
She teaches in NY at Ananda Ashram, Jivamukti Yoga Center, Omega Institute, Integral Yoga, Kripalu Yoga Center and Laughing Lotus Yoga center. Manorama leads workshops nationally, as well as internationally in Europe and Canada.
Manorama is known for her dynamic and humorous teaching style. She shares the Luminous path of Shabda in the tradition that her Guru, Shri Brahmananda Saraswati, taught her. She is a graduate of Columbia University, the founder of Luminous Shabda Productions, and the director of the School of Sanskrit Studies in NYC. For more information, visit www.sanskritstudies.org
"Manorama teaches Sanskrit with so much joy and makes everything so accessible!" —Amy NYC
"Manorama is a wealth of knowledge for Yoga Teachers seeking to further their understanding of Yoga philosophy and Sanskrit. I gained more than I can ever say." —John NC
"Manorama is awesome... hanging in her Sanskrit castle for a weekend was one of the best weekend of my life! —Brian CA