Meditation lies at the core of yoga and supports us to create a meaningful life. Seen as our natural birthright, meditation reduces suffering and is a significant means to inner freedom and well-being. All our hatha yoga classes and programs include this transformative practice.
This 75 minute class is a beautiful way for new students to enter the practice of meditation and also provides energy and insight for our experienced meditators. The class includes teachings, the use of mantras and chants, a deep meditation and time to process and integrate our experiences. All students are welcome. There is guided instruction and exploration of how to apply the teachings to our current life situation.
Price: $18 for the class, $10 if you take the 6:15-7:45pm Open Level Class with Rudrani beforehand.
I take these long amazing bike rides home after Monday night Hatha class followed by Meditation class. I ride after my body and mind have been stretched, exercised, super educated, soothed and then gently quieted. Quieted for longer and completely different stretches of time than I would have ever imagined possible, and then woken with a sort of gentle shudder that says: THERE IS AWESOMENESS! My ride away is like flying in the dark. The colored lights blurring by me in the night air. Everything seems extra sparkly. It's part of the amazing experience that I get if I’m lucky on a Monday night.
Next Satsang: Thursday, July 23, 7-9:30pm
Please register: here
Theme: 'Radical Listening: to Ourselves and Others'
To really listen is an act of liberation and a revolutionary action. We listen to the voice of another in true vulnerability and non-knowing, ready to receive a universe different from our own and yet sharing the core of what it means to be human. To listen is to have X-ray vision and hear what is being said beneath words as it isn’t in words that we understand one another, it is in Awareness.
In our community, as we delve deeper into interconnection and intimacy, we are challenged with the radical nature of absolute listening as it requires detachment, presence and quiet mind. In this period of amplified highs and lows, of moods and emotions, how do you locate the foundation of true listening and how is this a practice able to build fearlessness and mastery over the mind.
Satsang is the practice of meeting for the sake of truth, to explore the teachings and bring forth our own highest wisdom. Friends and family are welcome.
The group chose this theme in our last Satsang. Come join us and enjoy our shared learning as we all continue to grow together. Satsang is an evening of high energy with Rudrani, the WYC Director. This monthly program includes group meditation, chanting, yoga philosophy, spiritual teachings and an exploration of the theme of the month. All are welcome. No prior experience needed.
Log on to https://zoom.us/j/5287932595, enter password: YOGA (zoom link will also be on the WYC homepage Thursday evening.)
We are offering an edited version of WYC Monthly Satsang with Rudrani at no cost. The recordings include the full talk on the chosen theme of the month, the lead into meditation, a 10 minute silence and the lead-out.
Satsang recordings here
The meditation was very powerful for me… I felt such strong light moving up through my whole body for almost the whole 25 minutes! And a very beautiful sense of connection with everyone in the room.
I found the Satsang deeply inspirational and moving, and told the friend who brought me afterwards that I want to attend as regularly as I can.
Thank you for hosting another wonderful evening. So rich – and FULL. It feels as if I am coming home. I always leave overflowing…
Satsang is wonderful – deep and strong. Meditating in that space, nestled on the corner of the 26th floor, overlooking our beloved City, is always so profound and deep. Certainly the long history of transformation energy in that very place makes it easier for all of us to glide with abandon into a meditation that feels like being held. I was struck by how that word comes up more than once during sharing. It is what keeps me coming back…. (WYC student)