Foundations of Yoga with ShahRam

Meditation, Chanting and Vibration

Date(s) & Times

March 14, 21 & 28, 2013

6:00 PM

Each class lasts about 90 minutes. Participants should bring a yoga mat with them to use in class.

Admission

March Series of 3 classes $50 $20 - each individual class

Sponsors

Red Circle Sponsor
Bill and Hazel Hough

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The Studio@620 is pleased to again invite you to journey inward with the Foundations of Yoga, a series of yoga classes, presented by ShahRam. These classes are for everyone regardless of your level of practice, if you are a beginner this is a great way to build a strong foundation for your wonderful journey, and as a more experienced practitioner you will develop a deeper understanding of the roots of your practice.  Each class begins at 6:00 PM and lasts about 90 minutes and participants should bring a yoga mat with them to use in class.

The March 2013 sessions will focus on Meditation, Chanting, and Vibration.  Classes will meet on three consecutive Thursdays, March 14, 21, and 28, 2013 at 6:00 PM.  Register for the series of 3 evenings for $50 or pay a la cart when you arrive, $20 at the door.

About ShahRam

Classes are taught by ShahRam, a well experienced Yoga teacher who started his spiritual practice at an early age.

Born in 1962 and grew up in a family that meditation, philosophy and poetry was part of the daily life. He started practicing Yoga and martial arts and Qigong in the early 1970’s. He has 6th degree black belt in Hapkido, and studied several yoga systems (Hatha, Bhakti, Kriya, Amrti Yoga, Kashmiri shaivism). He studied and trained under Dr. Girish Jagardar, which took him to the caves of Himalayas to continue his training.

ShahRam has been teaching Yoga and meditation to all ages (ages of 5 to 101) and levels since 1986 in India, Europe, and Canada.  As well as the US Military National Reserve Guard and in the Tampa Bay area since 1994. He continues his practice with his wife and children. He believes to be healthy first we must have a healthy mind.

Om Tat sat.