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Co Rd 24
Jasper, AR, 72641
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870-861-5175

Circle Yoga Shala is a School for Yoga, Creative Movement and Inquiry located in Arkansas' Ozark Mountains.

Video: Kaya Kalpa Workshop- recovering, rejuvenating, and recalibrating the human system.

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Video: Kaya Kalpa Workshop- recovering, rejuvenating, and recalibrating the human system.

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Video: Kaya Kalpa Workshop- recovering, rejuvenating, and recalibrating the human system.

65.00

This workshop was offered the weekend of February 27, 2016, at Janes House Studio in St. Louis, MO. and consists of nine hours of teaching.

Kaya Kalpa is an ancient Ayurvedic term that describes the complete reorganization, reconstruction, and rejuvenation of the entire human system.

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Disclaimer: Not a professionally produced video, but is full of quality content that is not accessible otherwise. 

 

 

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This process is implicit in well-taught Yoga practices where the postures, breathing techniques, and the scope of inquiry is well defined in relation to the individual, and where each of these elements unfolds in a gradual and supported way. In general, there are three parts to the process: Svadyaya, or discernment, Vi-Yoga, or the removal of that which is undesirable, and Sam-Yoga, the addition of that which is supportive. So we must see the actual situation we are in fully, and in an unbiased way. Then and only then can we hope to be clear about the sacrifices we need to make, and finally the additions that we hope will serve our growth.

The workshop was offered in (3) sessions that included discussion and practice.

Session (1): Svadyaya - What is my situation?

Session (2): Vi-Yoga - How do I best remove the stress that I have uncovered in my situation?

Session (3): Sam Yoga - What elements do I add to my situation that supports the process of remaining stable in the arena of constant change?