Devarshi Steven Hartman, E-RYT, is the dean of the Pranotthan Yoga Guild, faculty member of Nosara Yoga Institute’s Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Curriculum, and former dean of The Kripalu School of Yoga. He has been a student and teacher of yoga and yoga philosophy since 1974, was a longtime Kripalu Ashram resident, and has dedicated his life to the study and practice of the art and science of yoga. Devarshi is author of the best selling audio series The Essence of the Bhagavad Gita and the new DVD Vigorous Kripalu Yoga. Founder of LifeQuest Intensive, Co-Founder of Acharya Intensive, and teacher of A Course in Miracles, Devarshi maintains a private practice in Yoga Therapy, Life Coaching, Transformational Breathwork, and Bodywork in Chicago, IL.
Come and share the practice! All ages and abilities are welcome.
Directions to South Kingstown Town Beach from All That Matters:
1. Take Route 1 South and follow signs to Matunuck Beach Road.
2. Take Matunuck Beach Road exit. The exit will be on the left (so you will be going North on Route 1 once you make the U-Turn on the left).
3. From Route 1 North, take the first exit on the right, which is Matunuck Beach Rd. Follow the road almost to the end of the long straight stretch until you see signs for South Kingstown Town beach on the right. (If you’ve passed the Vanilla Bean you have gone too far.)
4. Turn right into the South Kingstown Town Beach parking lot. Tell the attendant you are there for yoga. Walk past the playground and the buildings to the field beyond (follow the path and the Yoga on the Beach signs).
Note: This is NOT at Narragansett Beach.
Fri, Aug 25, 6:30-7:45pm
$18 pre-registration, $20 at the beach
Online registration encouraged. Otherwise, bring check or cash (exact change helpful).
Yoga Passes and Memberships not accepted. No discounts.
Carpooling is encouraged as this event draws many people.
How is yoga a transformational process? Join senior teacher Devarshi Steven Hartman, E-RYT, who has been leading transformational yoga programs for over 30 years, and explore Tadasana (mountain pose), a simple foundational pose of yoga, and see how transformation can occur in all poses.
Through Pranotthan Yoga’s methodology, you will be guided through playful inquiries of experiential anatomy, recognition of unconscious habitual patterning held in body, breath, and mind, and simply profound ways of finding more freedom of expression in the here and now.
All this from standing on your own two feet!
Please wear comfortable clothes and bring your yoga mat.
Sat, Aug 26, 10am-12pm, $25