The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali offer ahimsa, non-harming or compassion as the first limb of yoga. For many of us the most challenging being to offer compassion towards is ourself. We tend to hold high expectations of ourselves, push down “negative” emotions feeling they aren’t “yogic” and punish ourselves for perceived shortcomings.
In this course we will explore techniques to allow ourselves to experience the full realm of emotions moving through the body with self-compassion. When we experience these emotions without aversion they provide powerful guidance that draws us closer to unconditional love.
“Many illnesses are caused from lack of love. The cells of your body are your employees. When you are kind to them, you pay attention to them, they become happier and work better for you.” ~ Sri Dharma Mittra
A student of Sri Dharma Mittra, Sam is dedicated to deepening her practice through constant practice and self-reflection. With additional studies in forgiveness, meditation, Healing Touch, coaching, and the Enneagram, Sam supports students in the self-discovery necessary to live their practice off the mat. An avid traveller who loves learning from different cultures, she has taught yoga in Morocco, volunteered in Ghana, explored meditation in SE Asia, studied flamenco dance in Spain, and served as a karma yogi at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat in the Bahamas. She is honored to serve as a mentor in the Dharma Yoga Life of a Yogi Teacher Training program where she is able to be in the presence of a true living yogi. Sam is passionate about living life to the fullest with a joyful heart and inspiring others to do the same.
CANCELLATION POLICIES - For the course to happen, at least 5 people must register, otherwise the course will be canceled and the money will be returned. - Once the course has been paid, there will be no refund.
"The love they share is felt in each class. In very short times they manage to print words that stay forever. The desire to transmit everything they have learned will make the lives of many many people change. Thank you for forming these spaces of trust and support in our lives." MARIA MERINO, MEXICO