Early Morning Sadhana: Ritual in Community
with Claire Stetina Zurbrugg (E-RYT500)
Five Saturday mornings in January/Feb
January 30, February 6,13, 20, 27 (2021)
Gather in community and create powerful habits for the new year.
In the yoga tradition, early morning is considered an important and auspicious time for practice. Join Claire for all five Saturday mornings in January for meditation, breathwork, chanting mantras, exploration of yoga philosophy and asana practice.
6-6:30 Meditation and Breathwork
6:30-7 Morning Mantras
7-8 Guided Yoga Philosophy Discussion
8-9:10 Asana practice
$240 // In Studio (space very limited)
$179 // Live Zoom
(20 CE available for Yoga Instructors and students in BYC Advanced Studies Program)
Reflections of the Divine:
15 hr Meditation Course
with Tara Dyberg
February 21-March 4 2021
Are you looking for a steadier … deeper connection to your SELF and practice?
Many claim they ‘can’t meditate’ … but what yoga is actually asking of us in meditation isn’t to stop but to witness. To take a breath and listen to our loving and kind nature that lies at our most centered core. To look within and recognize the divine nature in EACH of us … a reflection of the divine nature that surrounds us.
This 15 hr online meditation course is designed to offer the tools to bring you closer to the love of the practice
A Study of Meditation and Tools for Focus
Pranayama and the Breath of the Divine
Mantra :: Divine Voice + Vibration
Deities :: A Study of Divine Energy + Hindi Parables
This is an all levels training intended for curious yogis who want to learn more about the enriching qualities of meditation and daily ritual. No meditation experience is required
Training Dates + Times (2 weeks)
Sunday February 21st @ 9am-2:30pm (1 hr lunch break)
Tuesday February 23rd + Thursday February 25th @ 7-8:30pm
Sunday February 28th @ 9am-2:30pm (1 hr lunch break)
Tuesday March 2nd + Thursday March 4th @ 7-8:30pm
(15 CE available for Yoga Instructors and students in BYC Advanced Studies Program)
Tara is a builder, and creator... in love with the tools of yoga and how they illuminate LIFE
She teaches bhakti vinyasa yoga, a yoga of devotion and heartfelt movement. She draws from her deep experiences of the body, balancing the spiritual with the physical aspects of practice while using the yogic tools of mudras, mantras, asanas, mythology, and joyful sequencing to cultivate a strong sense of self in community with others.
She now runs her online yoga studio Om Operative in Seattle WA, offering yoga classes, workshops and trainings, while taking care of her 2 boys.