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JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON

JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON

JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON

JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON
JIVAMUKTI YOGA CHARLESTON


JIVAMUKTI YOGA METHOD

Through the blessings of their teachers, Sharon Gannon and David Life co-found the Jivamukti Yoga Method in 1984, which focuses on teaching and practicing yoga as a means to enlightenment through compassion for all beings. Their influence is widespread. Sharon and David have co-authored four books on yoga: Jivamukti Yoga, Practices for Liberating Body & Soul (2002), which includes a foreword by Sting and has been translated into Italian, German and Russian languages, The Art of Yoga (2002), which includes a foreword by Ravi and Anoushka Shankar, and Yoga Assists, which is available in both ebook and print editions. Their newest publication is SImple Recipes For Joy (2014), a critically acclaimed vegan cookbook.


SHARON GANNON - PADMA, TRIPURA SUNDARI
Sharon has studied yoga since 1976 and is a renowned teacher around the globe. She is also a dancer, a musician, an author, a producer, and outspoken advocate of animal rights. Sharon brings a rare blend of scholarly study, artistic pursuits and a highly disciplined asana and meditation practice to her offerings as a teacher. Together with Life, she has written mant books, most notable, Jivamukti Yoga: Practices for Liberating Body and Soul and Yoga & Vegetarianism. Please click here to read more.


DAVID LIFE - DEVA DAS
David has taught yoga for 30 years. He spent several years as a sannyas (renunciate) of a lineage of yogic monks in India. He has received Kalachakra and Bodhisattva initiation from His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. His interest in yoga is supported by his artistic, literary and metaphysical studies. He imbues his classes with metaphor, musicality and spirituality, spiced with humor, vigor and spontaneity. He is considered to be a "teacher's teacher" and he is a respected, popular, and in-demand teacher around the globe. Please click here to read more.
LINEAGE

SHYAMDAS
Devotional practitioner, translator, author, speaker and musician, Shyamdas (1953-2013) brought India's ancient Vedic literature and medieval devotional renaissance to life in the West. An accomplished practitioner-scholar and guide to the 16th century philosopher Vallabhacharya’s Pushtimarga tradition, Shyamdas published more than 15 books on Bhakti Yoga and the Path of Grace. Shyamdasji’s overflowing good mood and ability to relate to every individual and situation with bh?va (divine, good mood) made him an instant best friend to so many. His profound contributions live on in their hearts, and in his audio and written publications. “Jai Shri Krishna…What a lila! To my entire family as well as to my circle of satsang friends and teachers: it was an honor to have been a part of it. Know that the soul is eternal and plays onwards, always reaching for the Beloved.” —from the Last Will and Testament of Shyamdas


SHRI BRAHMANANDA SARASWATI
Shri Brahmananda Sarasvati, also known as Ramamurti S. Mishra, M.D, had an extensive background in Eastern and Western medicine. In 1958, he founded the Yoga Society of New York. In 1964, he founded Ananda Ashram in Monroe, New York, which continues to be devoted to his teachings and message. He was a master of the Sanskrit language and Nada Yoga (sound and vibration) and his life was dedicated to the union of science and the spirit. He is the author of Fundamentals of Yoga, The Textbook of Yoga Psychology (one of the definitive translations of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras) and Self Analysis and Self Knowledge, along with many essays. He left his physical body in 1993, but his teachings continue on today...


SWAMI NIRMALANANDA
Swami Nirmalananda believed in the potency of Self rule, and he called himself the "Anarchist Swami." He lived in the serene B.R. Hills in Karnataka, India. Swami Nirmalananda was a naturalist and a "mauni". He practiced silence for 11 years, and sent thousands of letters to many people, including leaders of countries, encouraging non-violence, joyfulness, and simple living. "Love not anyone, not even God!  – "Our picking and choosing love brings misery. Instead, let God love you. Be Love itself." 


SKI K. PATTABHI JOIS
Shri K. Pattabhi Jois studied yoga under his guru Shri Krishnamacharya and also attended the Sanskrit College of Mysore, where he became a professor of Sanskrit and Advaita Vedanta. He and Shri Krishnamacharya developed the Astanga Yoga series based on the purifying practices described in the ancient texts. In 1948, he founded the Ashtanga Yoga Research Institute in Mysore. In 1958, he wrote his classic book Yoga Mala, which explores Ashtanga and Yoga philosophy. Guruji left his body May 18, 2009, but continues to bring light to many beings. – "If we practice the science of yoga...our minds will flood towards the Self."


DR. M.A. JAYASHREE
Dr. M.A. Jayashree served as a Professor and Head of the Department of Sanskrit at D.Banumaiah’s college in Mysore, Karnataka. She holds a doctorate in Sanskrit from Bangalore University for the thesis on the “Concept of Mind in Indian philosophy”. Dr. Jayashree has authored many books, monographs and papers in the fields of Sanskrit, Ancient Sciences, Indian History, Indian Culture and Music. An accomplished teacher of spoken Sanskrit, propagating learning of spoken Sanskrit through simple means, Dr Jayashree has a large following of overseas students in this field.



 
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