A Weekend Immersion of Contemplation, Meditation,
Yoga Philosophy and Self-Identity
Yoga philosophy and Eastern thought frame a comprehensive and compassionate worldview that honors the sensitivity of the human being. They explore identity formulation and consciousness within sentient beings without perpetuating systematic violence. In this weekend with Susan Ashley Hunt, we will explore status-quo concepts of gender roles, gender identity and expanded states of divine feminine and divine masculine energy.
Our contemplative practice has purpose and grounded intention when we create non-violent shifts in the systems we exist within. This is a weekend of deep inner work that informs an expansive worldview and gender-fluid definitions of self-identity. Each session will build on itself in intensity and intimacy. Join souls on the path of creating sustainable change in the world with their contemplative practices and who are ready to lead with equanimity and grace.
The sādhanā(practice) periods for this weekend will include kriyas, pranayama, meditation, energetically pointed hatha sequences, writing and meta-dialogue dissection. The morning sessions will include 90-minute sādhanā sessions and a collaborative dharma talk with reflection. The afternoon sessions will include meditative kriyas, sits with a dharma talk and reflections to carry us into the work of the next sessions.
This weekend is open to students of yoga, all levels of yoga teachers and seekers who often feel like they are swimming upstream in personal, professional or romantic relationships. Sue Ashley is an E-RYT 500.
Friday, April 3 from 6:00p to 9:00p
Saturday, April 4 from 10:00a to 5:00p
Sunday, April 5 from 9:00a to 12:00p
$287. Early bird enrollment if paid in full by March 3, 2020: $257
A $50.00 cancellation fee is included in the cost. No refunds will be given within 30 days of the workshop.