Events in the Community
Cayce-West Columbia Library, Yoga for Optimal Health
Monthly classes meet on Wednesday evenings during 2013 from 7:00 - 8:00 pm.
Pre-registration is required, please call the library at 803-794-6791. This free class is brought to you by Friends of the Library
Mindful Living Studio programs
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Vessel Yoga: Body, Mind and Spirit
$88 for 8 weeks New 8 week sessions begin every 8 weeks. Join the class now, we'll prorate the fee or sign up for next cycle! To ensure premium space for each person, the class size is limited to 8 participants.
Tuesday mornings, 9:45 - 11:00 am; March 18 - May 6, 2014
Tuesday evenings, 5:45 - 7:00 pm, February 11 - April 8, 2014
(9 weeks due to snow day Feb 11)
Thursday evenings, 5:30 - 6:45 pm, February 6 - April 10, 2014
(2 classes added due to inclement weather on Feb 13 and sick Feb 20)
Pre-Registration Required. Please email or call the studio, 803.739.8701 before registering to ensure space is available.
Private Session Packages and Premium Support Option
Single Sessions or Packages 4, 8 or 12 sessions; Clients participating in multiple session series or ongoing private clients also may choose Premium Support option.
One session: $110
Four sessions: $395; $110 for first 3 sessions, then $65 for the 4th session.
Eight session package: $720; $100 for the first 7 sessions, $20 for 8th session.
Twelve session package: $850; $95 for first eight sessions, then $22.50 each for the next 4 sessions.
Premium Support is available for private clients via Skype, email or phone. This new option is $45 per month for up to one hour of support during the month.
Share the priceless gift of Mindful Living Practices through an array of private holistic
healing services. Save 30% on all Gift Certificates through November 25, 2013. Please email or call the studio with your request. Gift Certificates are valid for one year from date of purchase. This date may be extended by request.
Private sessions or small groups:
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"Yoga is the turning of the human soul from the egoistic state of consciousness... to a higher state in which the Transcendent and Universal can pour itself into the individual mould and transform it." ~ Sri Aurobindo
The term Yoga itself means to unite, combine, harmonize or integrate. A truly
yogic approach is inherently an integrative approach, harmonizing body, prana,
senses, mind and consciousness. It cannot be reduced to the body alone. A yogic approach to healing is not a specialization or a side-line technique but
requires a synthesis of all levels and aspects of healing. That is why classical
Yoga has an eightfold approach from life-style practices and values through
asana, pranayama to samadhi. If we reduce Yoga to asana, we are not practicing Yoga or an integrative approach but falling into the same trap of mainly
focusing on the outer material reality and losing track of the inner reality of prana, mind and consciousness.
~ David Frawley
What is Vessel Yoga?
"Vessel Yoga" draws from my 40-year study of yoga rooted in Kripalu Yoga and the Integral Yoga of Sri Aurobindo. Guidance came in 2008 to use the name "Vessel Yoga" for how I am led to offer the practice of Yoking the individual human with Spirit, the Divine Nature. This yoking culminates in an authentic expression of the individual while
conscious of the One Presence of Love at the core of all beings. Read more...
What is Yoga?
You've probably heard that the answer to this question is only found inside of you through the practice of Yoga! Of course this takes time and practice. Read more on the art and science of Yoga?
See this link for details on Anjali Mudra.
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