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“Shareshten

Yummy Yin with Shareshten Senior

Friday, December 19: 7:30-9:00pm
$20; pre-registration is required.

Jaya Park Slope
In the YIN style of yoga, silent mantra is incorporated into poses in order to release old negative patterns and to embody our truest and deepest form of Self.

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“Dhanudhara

Jaya 200-Hour Teacher Training
Graduation Celebration

Sunday, December 21: 2:30-4:30pm
$15 suggested donation.

Jaya East
With special guest Dhanudhara Swami giving a Wisdom Talk on Yoga. All are welcome.

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“Reiki”

R & R: Reiki and Restorative
with Jaya Reiki Collective

Sunday, December 28: 6:00-7:30pm
$25; pre-registration is required. This will sell out.

Jaya Park Slope
By design this event is a restful evening of Reiki (light hands on healing where the practitioner aids the receiver towards energetic equilibrium) and Restorative yoga.

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“Beginner”

New Year's Yoga & Meditation Beginner Series:
3-weeks with Carla and Sarah

with Carla Stangenberg at Jaya East
Saturdays, January 3-17: 1:00-2:15pm
$50; pre-registration is required.


with Sarah Selig at Jaya Park Slope
Saturdays, January 3-17: 2:00-3:15pm
$50; pre-registration is required.

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Focus of the Month: December

Mudras


“Mudras”

At Jaya we are continually putting our hands together in a gesture called Namaskara. Namaskar or Namaste is a nearly universal hand gesture (Mudra) understood as a greeting. But unlike hello, Namaskar contains in it a deep bow. The bow we take with folded hands is in reverence to another’s soul and an acknowledgment of our own.

This month we explore all the beautiful Mudras—ancient and newer which add a deeper dimension to our time on the mat. Come find out what gesture the Buddha made at the moment just before Enlightenment came as he sat under the Bodhi tree. Find out which mudra is connected to the 7th limb of Patanjali’s Ashtanga 8 limbed Yoga Path put forth in his Yoga Sutras. In some classes you will find new fangled mudras, less ancient but no less potent and all month we invite you to work with your hands exploring shapes which we apply with intention and loving kindness to our practice.

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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