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April 2013: Vedic Chanting: Transformational Chanting


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Vedic Chanting: Transformational Chanting

Sunday April 14th 2-4pm

Vedic texts, the philosophical underpinnings of yoga are written in Sanskrit.  Vedic chanting is a tool where we focus on chanting selections from the Vedas, bringing life to the texts.  Chanting allows us to discover, express and influence all dimensions of our being.  As a practice and study, Vedic Chanting can help to improve mental focus and memory, balance energy, reduce mental and emotional agitation, improve listening, uncover and strengthen our own spiritual connections.

 

In the workshop, we will explore time honored principles found in the Vedas, practice listening and chanting and integrate the mind and breath.  Simple asana movements will be included to enhance the experience chanting.

Presented by Hansa Hansa

 Hansa is an ongoing student of Yoga.  She utilizes yoga, yoga cikitsa, ayurveda and massage in her practice.  She owns the PranaYoga and Ayurveda Mandala in Denver where she teaches yoga classes, yoga teacher and yoga therapy trainings.  Hansa is a past president of Yoga Teachers Of Colorado and continues to serve the yoga community through serving on Yoga Boards. 

Event Location: Kosha Yoga Studio

Come to Kosha Yoga where you can come practice, meet new people, and find a greater sense of relaxation, happiness, and well being. The Sanskrit word Kosha means veils, and it relates to the five layers of our being, body, energy, mind & emotions, intuition, and bliss. At Kosha Yoga we teach classes that focus on bringing balance and peace to all the koshas.

1500 W. Littleton Blvd

Suite 110B

Littleton, CO 80120

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We are located in the WoodLawn Center next to Savers and behind Blueberries Cafe.

 

303-875-2438

info@koshayogacenter.com

 

      • Hansa

2 Comment(s)

  1. Hansa,
    Hi. It has been recommended that I connect with you. Plus I just met a woman @ Mile Hi Church who is interested in yoga, read Upanishads as a child. I would 1) like to find out about the Vedas chanting and 2) get your take as how I might bring myself back around in yoga practices/lifestyle and perhaps teach. I was blessed to be a student of Swami Satchidananda through Integral Yoga and certified as a yoga instructor then. I taught through cfu/dfu at the time in the ’80s.
    Feel free to email me or perhaps call. 303-455-0469
    Thank you, Hansa.
    Namaste,
    Marsha

    Marsha Murphy | Feb 21, 2013 | Reply

  2. Hi Marsha, You may want to contact Hansa directly through her studio – http://www.pyamandala.com/

    We would love to have you join for Vedic Chanting on April 14th as well.

    ShariT | Feb 22, 2013 | Reply

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