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Come join our friend Raghunath Cappo for two events on Nov. 1, 2014

Bhakti FLY!

2:15 – 3:45 PM

Satsang and Kirtan

4 – 5:15 pm

Jaya Yoga East
Our dear friend Raghunath is back in Brooklyn! Ragu will show us the connection between the sacred soaring heart of the devotees path of love and the exhilaration of a high flying strong vinyasa practice. All levels are welcome.

Bhakti FLY! from 2:15 - 3:45 pm - $40
Satsang and Kirtan from 4 - 5:15 pm $20
(to sign up for the kirtan alone click here)
Both - $55

Beginner's Series with Carla

Fall Beginner Series: 2 days with Carla Stangenberg

Nov 01, 2014 to Nov 02, 2014
12:45 PM - 2:00 PM

Jaya Yoga East
At Jaya we offer vinyasa yoga classes steeped in principles of alignment, as these elements come into balance the practice is exciting as well as safe. The classes will be kept small so you can get a lot of personal attention.
$30 for both classes
$20 for one

Annabeth Rousakis

JAYA Kids Yoga Ages 3-7 with Annabeth Rousakis

Ages 3-7:
Nov 04, 2014 to Dec 02, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM, Jaya Yoga Park Slope

Give your child the experience of yoga. Your child will be introduced to the practice of asana, learning the names of the poses in Sanskrit, singing songs, and having a great time! No experience needed.
$80 for the series - pre-registration is required - no drop ins


Focus of the Month: October

Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra

Yoga Sutras

Tapas, Svadhyaya, Isvara Pranidanah kriya yoga (II,1 Patanjali, Yoga Sutra)

Yoga in action is made up of 3 ingredients: courageous physical effort, self-study/self-reflection and devotion to the subject (also a surrender of the desire for a specific result).

How did we all get so lucky to find this wonderful path of Yoga? A path which includes a guide book from ancient times, better than all the GPS and Siri devices, a true compass for the soul. 196 aphorisms compiled by Patanjali thousands of years ago are portable and short memorizable sutras, or stitches that connect the dots for us answering timeless and universal questions: What is Yoga? How should the body and mind be in poses? What are the impediments to our happiness? What should we concentrate on while trying to meditate? Can some forms of suffering be avoided? Look for all of the teachers this month to drop a sutra here and there in class, shedding light on these teachings for our collective benefit.

We welcome you to Jaya with open hearts and open minds. We are committed to the highest quality multidimensional yogic offerings and to a continued presence in the neighborhoods we serve.
Jaya Yoga Center: Serving Brooklyn since 2000