Asheville Yoga Center
Asheville Yoga Center is one of the most popular yoga schools in the Southeast. Our foundational programs are designed to enhance your personal knowledge, deepen your practice and provide you with the confidence and skills necessary to safely experience or teach yoga.
We offer three types of event:
- Yoga workshops (non-certification events)
- 200 Hour RYT training courses
- 300 Hour certified training courses (Advanced Study and Therapeutically-Oriented)
The Bhagavad Gita: Moral Philosophy for Modern Yoga Practitioners
January 19 - 21, 2018
300-hour YA credit
All Levels Welcome
Save $50 if you sign up by December 8, 2017
$250 with Early Bird Special!
($300 after December 8, 2017)
Friday, 6:00 – 9:00pm
Saturday, 9:00am – 12:00pm | 1:30 – 5:30pm
Sunday, 9:00am – 12:00pm
Moral philosophy is the very foundation of the eight limbs of yoga. Join us for a weekend of practice and reflection on one of the greatest yoga texts of all time: महभरतम् Mahābhāratam (Great India) and it's famous section: भगवद् गत Bhagavad Gītā (Song of the Divine). This epic story of two families has been a source of inspiration and wisdom for nearly two millennia. In addition to an overview of the Gītās 18 chapters and it's greatest quotes, we will explore the current debate on the new science of morality:http://www.edge.org/events/the-new-science-of-morality
Learn about the difference between liberal and conservative moral channels, automatic vs. manual morality, the moral landscape, willpower and the false dichotomy between emotion and reason so that you can better communicate to your audience. Learn several inspirational stories that you can share in your classes to help make the world a better place.
Required Reading: (please bring to class)
Bhagavad Gita by Stephen Mitchell
300 Hour Advanced Studies Teacher Training Modules
Choose 11 modules in total from these four categories:
- Pick at least one 3-day course
- Pick at least one 4-day course
- Pick at least one 5-day Intensive
- Pick the remaining eight courses from any of the four categories (weekend, 3-day, 4-day, or 5-day*)
*You must complete 11 separate modules for graduation. Most modules offered multiple times per year.