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3 Thanksgiving Day Classes
with Ramit, Carla and David

Nov 27, 2014

Jaya Yoga East 7 am with David, 8:30 am Meditation, 9 am Ramit
Jaya Yoga Park Slope 9 am Meditation, 9:30 Carla
Sign up in advance before classes fill.
$16 or use your class card.

Manarama Ji

Afternoon Satsang with Manorama

Nov 29, 2014, 1-2:30pm

Jaya Yoga East
Come join us for a special intimate gathering with one of the great Sanskrit and Yoga Philosophy Scholars, Manorama. We will discuss elevated topics and chant and meditate together.
No experience necessary.

Kenzie Pause

Let It Be with Kenzie Pause

Saturday December 6, 7:30 - 8:45 pm

at Jaya Park Slope
Restorative and gentle yoga to the music of the Beatles with crystal singing bowls.
$20 - pre-registration is required


Charkas and You with Sarah Selig

Sunday December 7, 1-2:45 pm

Jaya Yoga East
In this workshop, we will explore the inner dance of the subtle body both inside and outside of our yoga practice. No prior experience necessary.
$25 - pre-registration is required

Liz Buehler

Ayurveda and You with Liz Buehler

Sunday December 7, 3:15 - 5 pm

Jaya Yoga East
In this workshop, Liz will introduce you to the basics of Ayurveda -- what is it, what are the 3 Doshas (Constitutions), and how can you use this knowledge to be your most vibrant, balanced self possible.
$25 - pre-registration is required


Focus of the Month: November

Santosha: The Yoga of Contentment and Gratitude

Yoga Sutras

In Book 2, Verse 42, Patanjali lists Santosha as one of the 5 important ingredients in cultivating a beautiful life. Distinct from complacency, santosha or contentment is sometimes explained as wanting what we have and having what we want. As the leaves reveal now their multi-colored patina, practicing contentment demands a deeper look beneath the surface of every day events to understand the interconnected nature of all that surrounds us and is inside of us. The clearest path to contentment is to stop, drop and give thanks for something.

For this month and every month, we give great thanks to each and every one of you who decide to walk into the doors of the studios on a weekly basis to share your practice. Look for various interpretations of the word Santosha, bringing us deep into this glorious month of Thanks Giving.

With love, Ramit and Carla

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