Meditation Weekend

Hamsa ChaitanyaSaturday, March 16 – Sunday, March 17, 2019Tuition: $75.00 (Member $60.00)
or $30 per session (members $25)

Meditation is a universal tradition which traces its origin thousands of years before the advent of today's civilization. It has endured in its original form given that the outstanding and fundamental appeal of Yoga has been tolerance, universality and simplicity.

Within its simple framework are contained the principal teachings and approaches which make up the substance of all known philosophies, religions and disciplines.

If one understands the classical paths to meditation, it is possible to unravel the trappings and mysterious elements of any religious or philosophical system.

Do you know what Meditation is? This course is intended to dispel the cloud of confusion that has accumulated around the subject of meditation and present meditation methods that stem from the classic Yoga uncorrupted." 

 

Attend one or all workshops:

3/16 • 1:00–3:00pm
Why Meditate? & Techniques of Meditation

3/16 • 3:30–5:30pm
Mechanics of the Mind

3/17 • 1:00–3:00pm
Positive Thinking 

 

Hamsa Chaitanya

Hamsa Chaitanya joined the staff of the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm in 2014 and was initiated into Brahmacarya in December 2014. Originally from Taiwan, Hamsa Chaitanya is very actively involved with the expansion of Sivananda Yoga in Taiwan and translation of teaching materials into Chinese. She is one of the main teachers of yoga life and spirituality at the Yoga Farm and the coordinator of activities of the ashram. She took her TTC and ATTC in Tawain in 2010. She is currently director of the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center in Los Angeles.