Pashupa means “protector of the animals” in Sanskrit, the ancient language of yoga. Seeing his own life and many lives around him transformed by the practices of yoga, he feels compelled to share these benefits. His classes are playful and accessible to all, filled with uplifting music, chanting, vinyasa sequencing, meditation, and insightful dharma talks. He is a certified teacher of Jivamukti Yoga, a lineage that offers a path to self-realization through compassion towards all beings. He hopes to ignite the passion in every student that will create an engagement with the world, so that we may all help one another awaken to the possibility of a conscious evolution of the human potential.
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Animal Mukti Workshop
Ever wonder why so many yoga poses named after animals? By taking the shapes of animals, trees, and sacred geometries we connect to various energies that flow through the body and influence our mental states. In this playful vinyasa practice we will focus on some of those poses and the stories behind them. It is through the connection to the other that we find our true self. A wonderful opportunity to integrate the experiences of Unifier into our bodies and hearts before heading back into the world.