Puja means sacred ritual, or ceremony. It assumes reverence, honor, worship and adoration. It’s used a to support opening to the wisdom of the Divine — your Source.
In this introduction to Tantric Puja, we'll learn techniques to connect with the Divine in the Sacred Other, and within ourselves.
When: Thursday, August 23, 2018
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Where: The Galactic Center
35 E. Toole Street
Cost: $20 per person in advance. $25 cash only at the door.
No experience necessary. This is a non-sexual, fully clothed event held in a sacred space. Couples of all persuasions, as well as singles, are welcome to attend.
Time: 4:00 - 5:15 p.m.
Tuesdays, September 4, 11, 18, & 25
Philosophy of the Yoga Sutras, combined with an all-levels Hatha Flow class.
Each of the four classes will focus on specific sutras, setting the theme for the afternoon's practice.
Series includes group call-and-response chanting of the sutras, a movement practice, and a brief integration session.
No experience necessary; all are welcome.
Tucson Yoga Pricing:
$40/4 weeks | Members $28
$12 drop-in | Members $8.40
Yoga Alliance Teachers: Take one, or all four in the series. These classes qualify for in-person YACEP credits:
3 hr Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics
1.5 hr Teaching Methodology
1.5 hr Techniques, Training & Practice
"Debbie is an amazing yoga instructor. She is relate-able and always makes you feel comfortable to go at your own pace. She is very hands on and always willing to meet you where you are at. She plays great music and sings well too!" Marcie Prete
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Yoga, a centuries-old practice, encompass a life management system for every aspect of being; body, mind and spirit.
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Yama – moral restraints, external relationship guidelines
Niyama - moral observances, internal relationship guidelines
Asana – physical practice, poses of hatha yoga (start with yoga for beginners)
Pranayama – breathing exercises
Pratyahara – drawing the senses inward
Dharana – single pointed focus or concentration
Dhyana – meditation
Samadhi – enlightenment or flow state
Physical yoga - Hatha Yoga: Emphasizes physical poses, breathing exercises and specific focal points. This is what most Westerners think of when they think of yoga. The asanas (poses) of Hatha Yoga are only the tip of the iceberg of the totality of yoga.
Types of Hatha Yoga include: Vinyasa Flow, Ashtanga, Inyengar, Restorative, Yin, Hot Yoga, Power Yoga, and more.
Bhakti Yoga: (spiritual yoga) Heart centered, devotional branch of yoga, including singing and chanting mantras, creating music, dancing to the Divine.
Jana Yoga: (mental yoga) Mental aspect of yoga, including self-study and the study of sacred texts.
Karma Yoga (spiritual yoga): through physical action) Path of selfless service. Giving for the joy in giving, without expectation of return, and doing work for the sake of the work, not for the reward. Dedicating yourself in service to the Divine.
Tantra Yoga - seeing the unity in the duality, as the dance of life unfolding before you.