Leap Hindu Deities & Your Yoga Practice


Hindu Deities and Your Yoga Practice


Day: Sunday April 21st

Date: 7:30 AM – 8:45 AM

Cost: $19 (revised discounted price)


Expand your horizons through understanding Hindu deities and their relationship to your yoga practice!

Join us on April 21st from 7:30 AM to 8:45 AM for an enlightening workshop at Leap Yoga where we delve into the fascinating world of Hindu deities and their connection to yoga in the Western context.

 About the Workshop:

Yoga is more than just physical exercise; it is a holistic practice that encompasses the mind, body, and spirit. Central to the philosophy of yoga are various Hindu deities, each representing different aspects of consciousness, energy, and existence.

In this workshop, we will understand Hindu deities and their significance in the practice of yoga. This workshop is not about promoting any particular religion but rather aims to provide understanding and insight into the rich tapestry of yoga philosophy.

What to Expect:

An introduction to Hindu deities including Lord Ganesha and Lord Hanuman who bless our practice.
Understanding the significance of each deity.
Exploring how these deities are integrated into yoga philosophy.
Addressing common questions and any misconceptions about Hinduism and its relationship to yoga.
Guided meditation and reflection to deepen your connection to the divine energies represented by these deities.
Open discussion and Q&A session to foster understanding and community dialogue.

Who Can Attend:

This workshop is open to all levels of yoga practitioners and anyone interested in learning more about the philosophical roots of yoga. No prior knowledge of Hinduism or yoga is required. All are welcome with an open mind and heart.


with Nick Shelat, hosted by Timothy Mccall & Butch Mitchell

Nick is a practicing Hindu and Yoga student. He strives daily to learn, forge relationships, be happy, be at peace, and stay on the path of salvation. Nick works in Folsom and has been a resident of the neighboring suburb for 28 years. His 25 years of work for the same employer, knowledge of different languages, and experiences make him a fun companion to have a cup of coffee with.

Join us as we embark on a journey to deepen our understanding of yoga philosophy and the divine energies that guide our practice. We look forward to sharing this transformative experience with you




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