The Niyamas of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras

The Niyamas of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras

Explore and embody the Niyamas of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras through movement, breath, meditation, and mindfulness. Join me as we dive deeper into living our yoga. (Classes will be added to this course over the 2023-2024 year).

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The Niyamas of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras
  • Santosha Dharma Chat | Contentment & Gratitude

    Santosha, or contentment, is the second Niyama in the Yamas and Niyamas set out by Patanjali in his Yoga Sutras. These are the ways we can grow, learn, develop and be better in our own lives.

    In this chat we explore ideas on how to translate this sutra and apply it to our everyday lives and h...

  • {Y}integration Yin Yoga | Santosha | Contentment

    Today we are exploring the 2nd Niyama - Santosha or contentment. What does it mean? How can we incorporate more Santosha into our everyday lives, our practice, our self care? Enjoy a grounding, root chakra focused practice with lots of Lucy assistance...

    Props: 1 blanket but gather any and a...

  • Saucha Dharma Chat | Purity

    Saucha or purity, the second Niyama in Patanjali's Yoga Sutras (2.40) affects every aspect of our lives. Saucha is about cleansing practice and purification practices for body, mind, and spirit. Join me as I share some background, interpretations, ideas, and a practice exploration of this beaut...

  • {Y}integration Yin Yoga | Saucha | Purity

    The Niyamas are the basic tenets of our personal growth and development - the practices we should engage in to cultivate our inner self and become enlightened. In this class we explore the first of our Niyamas - Saucha - often translated as purity.

    Purity can mean so many things - physically ...

  • Tapas Dharma Chat | The Fire Within

    Our dharma chat today is about tapas - the 3rd Niyama in Patanjali's Yoga Sutras. Tapas is often translated as discipline, fire, passion and many think this means physical effort (and yes, it might include that), but it also incorporates mental and emotional states of passion and fire. This is ...

  • {Y}integration Yin Yoga | Tapas | Discipline

    Tapas is probably one of the most misunderstood of the Yamas & Niyamas. It can be translated as fire, heat, discipline and is most often interpreted as more active practice (in yoga at least). But how can we apply the energy of tapas to our lives to inspire, to change, to transition, to break t...

  • Svadhyaya Dharma Chat | Study of the Self

    Self study can mean several things from taking time to practice, read, explore with others but sometimes self study truly means becoming still and studying self...having the courage to sit with who you are and go past the labels and titles you have. Who is the real you? Join me for a chat and p...

  • {Y}integration Yin Yoga | Svadhyaya | Self-Study

    The 4th Niyama of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras invites us to learn - about ourselves and the world around us - to engage through repetition and practice and grow our spiritual practice. In this class, we will be using repetition of shape to gain a different perspective through practice. What is the ...