Seeking Devotion: Leap Book Club

 

Seeking Devotion: Leap Book Club

 

Date: 1st Sunday of every month

October through December: How Yoga Works by Geshe Michael Roach
October 2 & November 6

February through April: The Healing Path of Yoga by Nischala Devi
December 4 & February 5

May through June: Embracing Yoga’s Roots by Susanna Barktaki
March 5 & April 2

August through September: Yoga & AyurvedaSelf Healing & Self Realization by David Crawley

May 7 & June 4

Time: 5:30pm-7:30pm

Investment: $10 / single book or $35 for the series of 4 book

Included: 2 meetings per book / journal / Access to group online message board

Not-Included: Book (can be purchased online; links will be provided)

 

Overview: 

Join Carissa and Holly at Leap’s first book club! This is a chance to read, reflect, and connect with other fellow seekers as you enrich your relationship with the heart of yoga. Each quarter we will have a new book and will meet three times for each book.

  1. First meeting: meet & greet, asana and meditation practice, and discussion;
  2. Second meeting: a check-in session where we can come back together and discuss what we’ve read, learned, and applied;
  3. Third meeting: a time to connect, reflect, and embody movement & breath.

 

What students will learn:

  • Integrating yogic concepts & modalities into our own lives and day-to-day experiences
  • Using reading & reflection as tools to help shape your yoga practice both on & off the mat
  • Exploring new ways of thinking as they relate to the diverse voices of others and applying that to our own awareness & understanding

 

Your Teachers:

Carissa Drummond.  Carissa is a high school English teacher with a passion for practicing, teaching, and learning. She has her RYT 500 hour certification and continues to evolve her personal and teaching practices through continued coursework and growth opportunities. When she’s not grading essays, reading, teaching, or practicing, you can find her outside soaking up the sun, by the water (preferably an ocean), or planning her next big adventure. www.mudfloweryoga.com

Holly Ashton Wallin. Yoga transformed Holly’s life. After navigating a divorce, job loss, and a faith transition, she discovered her inner sanctuary. Fueled by her passion and curiosity, she pursued a deeper knowledge of Yoga. She studies Yogic Lineages, Anatomy/Asana, Pranayama, & Meditation/Deep Relaxation. Through these ancient, evidence-informed practices, she helps her clients to discover their own inner sanctuary. She is an RYT 500, Nidra teacher, and yoga therapist in training. Holly is a blogger, mom of 3 beautiful girls, and lover of the outdoors. Nature is her master teacher. www.nativebreath.com

 

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