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YOGA SUKHAVATI: ENERGY, ART, LIGHT

Sukhavati is a sanskrit word that means "endowed of bliss", referring to Amitabha Buddha's pure realm. Yoga means to join. Yoga Sukhavati is joining the blissful realm. Through yoga teacher training programs, workshops and retreats, we offer you the opportunity to be the bliss and share the bliss.

Yoga Sukhavati is energy. The energy of honoring ancient wisdom practices with our modern lives. The energy of living a blissful life and sharing it with others.

Yoga Sukhavati is art. Learn to listen to your own unique calling and create experience for others through that expression.

THE ART OF:

Balance
Clarity
Compassion
Sound
Sequencing
Anatomy
Ayurveda
Renewal
Bliss
Asana
Breath
Touch

Yoga Sukhavati is light. Aspire to the highest goal of being the light. Through the practice of asana, pranayama, meditation and self- care, we purify the body and mind to move towards a more sattvic state of light and awareness.

Yoga Sukhavati is a spiritually aligned hatha vinyasa practice, infused with Ayurveda, Tibetan Buddhism and anatomical precision that specializes in practices to nourish the stages of a woman's life.

YOGASANA in the Sukhavati method is practiced with clear anatomical instruction to generate mindfulness and an experience beyond the physical. The poses are special entities, forms of sacred geometry, when performed at the most beneficial time of day, month, year or cycle of an individual's life, create an inner harmony with the cosmos.

The essence of TibetanBuddhism is compassion for all living beings, co-mingled with the direct realization of the ultimate nature of reality. Through the study of these two methods, compassion and wisdom, learning mantra, prayers, visualization and meditation practices from the Palyul tradition, the wish for freedom is nurtured.

With the study of Ayurveda, Indias healing practice, we are embracing an ancient and holistic approach to health and folding it into our modern lives. Ayurvedatreats the whole self and practices are done daily. What has been weakened in the body becomes strengthened to allow the systems to naturally achieve health. When we are able to look at our own body-mind as an organism with its own unique formula for balance, then we can support others to find their own balance. Knowledge of the basic Ayurvedic principles and understanding one's own dosha (body type) are taught in the 200 hr training. Diet, pranayama, lifestyle attunement, bodily cleanses and herbs are taught in the 300 hr training.

Yoga Sukhavati was created by two ardent ladies in Brooklyn. We are up for passing on the energy, art and light.

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Summer Quashie and Leigh Evans