ALL WORKSHOPS AND EVENTS
Dharma After Dark: Soul Sonic Journey
Saturday June 4th, 8-10pm
Join us for a blissful two-hour Soul Sonic journey that will include interactive movement, yoga, tribal drumming, dance, and a deep, hour-long sound-cleansing invoked by a variety of didgeridoos, crystal singing bowls, gongs, flutes and more.Click Here to Learn More
“Wisdom, Breathing and Meditation.”
Wednesday June 29th, 6.30-9p
Indra Devi, “Fist Lady of Western Yoga” was one of the most influential early yoga teachers in the Western Hemisphere, and a pioneer of yoga the world over. Born in 1899 in Latvia, she was a pupil of Krishnamacharya (the Father of Modern Yoga) and was the first western woman to study with him. During her time in India, she taught yoga and became friends with Gandhi. She traveled extensively, spreading Yoga across Russia, China and the United States. In 1982, she fell in love with Argentina, and eventually made it her home. Mataji (Mother) Indra Devi spoke five languages, wrote numerous books, and lived to be 102 years old.Click Here to Learn More
Learn to Meditate w/ Miami Shambhala Meditation Group
Sunday, June 5th, 7:30-9p
No need to pre-register, just come to Dharma Studio a few minutes early to get your spot!
It seems we all agree that training the body through exercise, diet, and relaxation is a good idea. So why don't we think about training our minds? Shambhala uses a secular approach to meditation, founded on the idea that all beings have basic goodness. Meditation (mindfulness training) is a practice that anyone can do. Through the practice of meditation the mind becomes more stable, calm and clear, and brings a sense of gentleness and clarity into our daily lives.