Saturday, Jan 19, 2019
10:00 am - 12:30 pm Eastern
159 State Street, 2nd Floor
Portland, ME, 04101
Ways to Attend
Prostrations are a dynamic, devotional practice of movement, mantra, and visualization.
Prostration, or pranama in Sanskrit, is the practice of bowing to the divine.
Many of us learn Surya Namaskar—the salute to the Sun—in our yoga classes. But Surya Namaskar is heating and cannot healthily be performed in all climates, by all people, at any time of day.
Prostrations are “tridoshic.” They are healthy for anyone in any condition at any time.
The benefits of prostration
- Experience natural devotion and surrender
- Instill grace in your everyday movements
- Balance the five elements in your body, energy, and mind
- Enjoy an ancient practice along with millions of people around the world
What you will learn
- How to perform full-body prostrations, half prostrations, and chair prostrations
- Mantra, mudra, and visualizations to accompany and empower prostration practice
- The inner meaning of prostration practice
This practice is suitable for anyone.
About the teacher
Shambhavi Sarasvati is the spiritual director of Jaya Kula. Her principle training is in the View and practices of Trika Shaivism, the Tantrik tradition of Kashmir, and the Dzogchen tradition of Tibet.
“Spiritual practice is a way to find out who you really are and to live in the fullness of Reality. This is Self-realization. Nothing more or less.” —Shambhavi
You can read more about Shambhavi’s background, training and publications here.
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