Sunday, June 25th 2:00 – 4:00pm
Sunday, July 30th 2:00 – 4:00pm
Sunday, August 20th 2:00 – 4:00pm
Heal. Transform. Nourish.
“As I continued breathing as deeply and fully as I could, I entered into a non-ordinary state of consciousness where I experienced the full range of memories and emotions that had been repressed for a lifetime. This period was followed by the most blissful state of oneness, beauty and clarity that I had ever known, a profoundly spiritual experience that is beyond words. This is all I’ll say about it here.” Michael C.
“I’m sure you get this after every class, but I feel intensely compelled to tell you how much that class meant to me. This past week I feel as if I’m operating on another plane of existence. The feeling I had while during the breathing was one of the most beautiful experiences I’ve had in this lifetime.” Carry Rose
In western psychology, as well as the deeper vedic teachings, we can understand that all of our unprocessed past experiences; our traumas, pain, heartbreaks, and joys… every single thought, memory, emotion… everything!, is stored somewhere within the body.
If we don’t unpack these stored memories, then we move forward in our life deeply conditioned and effected by the past.
Breath and Consciousness are intimately interwoven.
As we breathe more deeply into our bodies, we are inviting awareness into parts of ourselves (or our past) that have long been stored away. As we bring awareness to the areas that have been hidden, our bodies innate healing abilities kick in; we release what has been holding us back, and we step closer into our full potential.
The process itself uses very simple means: with the eyes closed and lying on a mat, each person uses their own breath with this technique along with the music in the room to enter a non-ordinary state of consciousness. This state activates the natural inner healing process of the individual’s psyche, bringing him or her a particular set of internal experiences. With the inner healing intelligence guiding the process, the quality and content brought forth is unique to each person and for that particular time and place. While recurring themes are common, no two sessions are ever alike.
Many practitioners feel this breath work provides a direct, replicable, physical experience of Divine Love through the saturation of the body with prana.
$40 per person.
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Raised on the path of Bhakti Yoga, Dhyana brings the depth of inquisition into her teaching, offering opportunities to cultivate a relationship with our multi-faceted humanness while simultaneously taking a step back, a step deeper into the truth of who we really are; beyond the stories, the fears, and the limitations.
Having a deep understanding of the nature of the mind and its relationship to the Self, her classes combine non-sectarian yoga philosophy with an integrated experience, sharing timeless Truths in an easy-to-apply and accessible way.
After years of studing Ayurveda and multiple Yoga trainings, Dhyana received her Bachelors degree at Naropa University with a degree in Psychology and Yoga. In 2011, Dhyana and her sister, Syama, moved to New York City to open Stanton Street Yoga and just two years later launched the yoga program at The Bhakti Center, a yoga cultural center in the east village.
She is a student of Radhanath Swami, dedicated to living and sharing the path of Bhakti Yoga; a path, practice and lifestyle that connects us back to our True Nature and our eternally loving relationship with divinity through devotion and service.
Based in New York City, she offers trainings, pilgrimages, workshops and retreats around the world.