Yatri: Peace is Possible Workshop with Reema Datta

Yatri: Peace is Possible Workshop with Reema Datta

Event Date(s): Nov 3, 2018

Event Time: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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Yatri begins with understanding how thought-patterns and emotions affect our mental and physical health. Yatri offers sequences of movement, meditation and breath-work to move through kleshas, a Sanskrit word meaning “destructive emotions” or “mind poisons.” Sequences to face and overcome anxiety, anger, attachment and depression are taught through practices based in classical Indian and Tibetan Yoga.

This daylong workshop will begin with a two-hour sadhana, a practice including meditation, movement, mantra, breath-work and awareness practices to connect with the subtle body (inner winds and energy centers). Today’s sadhana will focus on breaking the bonds of attachment and ways to experience anger and grief in constructive rather than destructive ways. After a short break, we will engage in discussion and explore the wisdom teachings that serve as a cornerstone to Yatri.

About Reema: Reema Datta was born into a family of yogis. She carries lineages of Vedanta and Tibetan Buddhism, and has been teaching yoga and Ayurveda internationally since 2002. A graduate of Vassar College and The London School of Economics, Reema left her life working for the United Nations after the twin towers fell in September, 2001. She received her license as an Ayurvedic therapist from Mysore, India in 2008 and is an E-RYT 500 (experienced registered yoga teacher) through Yoga Alliance with trainings in Indian and Tibetan Yoga. In 2009, Reema was coined “The Yoga Ambassador” by Yoga International. She is a published author of Sacred Sanskrit Words for Yoga, Chant and Meditation. She has two mantra albums released by Nettwerk Music.

Cost: $95 Advance by Nov. 2nd // $105 Door

Website: https://dayaalucenter.com/workshops.html

Location:
Dayaalu Center

Address:
159 Wyatt Way NE
Bainbridge Island, Washington 98110
United States

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