Saturday, May 20th, 3:15-7:15pm $50
Ever wondered what your teacher is saying in Sanskrit? Would you like to pronounce Sanskrit words confidently? Do you know the deeper meanings of common terms such as “asana”?
This workshop will demystify pronunciations, spellings, and definitions of words that you hear, say, read, and sing. You will learn fascinating things and walk away with a true appreciation for this sacred sound system.
Understanding the language of yoga will enhance your practice and professionalize your teaching!
From new students to lead instructors, all are welcome.
Session includes a study guide and audio file of our group’s call-and-response recitation of the letters. RYTs earn CEUs.
Marcy Braverman Goldstein, Ph.D. began teaching Sanskrit, and the history and philosophies of yoga in the 1990s. To design her courses, she draws from her training at UCSB and in India, and twenty years of yoga practice including a 100-hour Yoga Immersion. Previously at Davidson College and currently at University of North Carolina at Charlotte, she teaches courses such as “Yoga Through the Ages: 2500 B.C.E.-Today.” Since creating Sanskrit Revolution in 2012, she has taught at more than three dozen yoga studios, teacher training programs,yogafests, and conferences nationally. Marcy’s passion and goal is to help people discover the fascinating linguistic foundation and history of yoga.