Saturday afternoon, April 5th
1:00-3:00pm, no fee
The Mysore room is in a beautiful ebb and flow of energy every weekday morning between 8-10am. Come learn from Tom & Amy the treasures of this traditional, empowering, and therapeutic practice method. All welcome, this is a free clinic and great opportunity for regular practitioners & those curious!
Most people have grown up in this dynamic and continue to play them out as adults. This workshop will teach you to identify these roles, see where you are losing your energy, stop the cycle, and discover new ways of being.
Free Intro: Tuesday, April 1
Fridays: April 11, 18,25
Course Fee: $123
Register by April 1: $99
Please call Shiva Lucido for details and to registrater:
Begins Wednesday, April 16, 7:30-9:00pm
If you are considering Spring cleanse this program is for you! For more information please contact Bob Lucido at:
Entering the Dream: an Introduction to Jungian Active Imagination and Group Dream Work
“The dream is the small hidden door in the deepest and most intimate sanctum of the soul”[C.G.Jung]. Open that door & find out what your dreams are trying to tell you. Small group led by a certified Jungian analyst.
6 Thursday eves, 7:30-9:00
April 24 – May 29
Call Sarah Jackson for more info and required pre-group screening: 413 528 1135
This is an opportunity to learn more about your dreams, to unlock their meaning and access the transformative wisdom of the Psyche. Participants will learn how to reenter their dreams and dream them on in a waking state via the Jungian technique of Active Imagination, in order to discover their meaning, (as opposed to standing back and interpreting them, which is less effective). The class will also include the use of art materials to facilitate non-verbal exploration of dream images.
Participants will have the opportunity to explore dreams in the safety of a small group led by an experienced Jungian analyst.
Taught by Sarah Jackson, MFA MA
Sarah Jackson, MFA MA, a certified Jungian analyst with 23 years experience working with dreams. Sarah has trained in group dreamwork with renowned Jungian Analysts Robbie Bosnak [author of “A Little Course on Dreams”], Arnie Mindell [“Dreaming While Awake”], and Thomas Moore [“Care of the Soul”, “Soulmates” and others]. Sarah has Master’s degrees in Fine Art and Archetypal Psychology, and she recently completed a six year post-graduate training at the C.G.Jung Institute of New York. Sarah is a visual artist as well as a writer, and is the only certified Jungian analyst in Berkshire County.
Saturday April 26 & Sunday April 27
Mysore Practice & Discussion
Hands-on Posture Analysis & Discussion
$185 for all 4 class sessions
Please register with Gregory Simpson:
Nancy Gilgoff began practicing Ashtanga Yoga over thirty years ago with Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, in Mysore, India. As result of their long and close association, Nancy is able to teach with a style and touch that comes directly from Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. When Nancy asked Jois how she should teach, he told her to “teach the way I taught you” advice which she took to heart and continues to follow today. Nancy’s studies, over the years, have also led her to other teachers, including Baba Hari Dass and, for asana, instructors of Iyengar. In addition, she has and continues to pursue the dharma teachings of the Dalai Lama. Nancy spends much of her time touring the United States, Europe, and Asia, teaching with a view to fostering loving-kindness and to sharing her love and experience of yoga.
To learn more about Nancy Gilgoff, visit: http://www.ashtangamaui.com
Sunday, April 27, 6-7:30pm
Suggested Donation $15
Join us for Guided Visualization, Conscious Conversation, Creative Intention Setting for the month ahead and Sisterhood.
Each time we step into circle we support each other in the practice of Radical Courage, Deep Faith & Living WILDly. This circle is part of a growing movement of circles happening all over North America known as The WILD Woman Project. The Aim: to create the world of our WILDest Dreams.
Chris Maddox is the founder of The WILD Woman Project and is over the moon to be a new resident of the Berkshires. Visit TheWILDWomanProject.com to learn about her and this movement of WILD Wild Women.
Sisters for Peace Circle
Monday, May 5, 7-8:30pm
Each time we stand up for one woman, we stand up for all women!
Each time we stand against the oppression of one human being,we stand up for justice for all humanity! Coming together is the most powerful way that we can make a difference in our community and around the world.
Please join us for an evening of hope and inspiration as we unite in generosity for our brothers and sisters.
The evening will feature inspiring individuals and organizations that we can support as well as specific actions that we can take right now – to be part of the solution! Be part of a powerful movement for change.
Circle Lead by:
To Learn More About this Event and More Sisters For Peace Projects
Please Contact Caroline at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413.205.6442
Learn more at www.sistersforpeace.org
A Wilderness Quest Presentation with Robbie Baier of Red Rocks Quests, 7pm
10 Day Wilderness Quest in Utah from May 9 – 18, 2014.
In these times of global upheaval it is becoming increasingly important for us, both as a species and as individuals, to connect deeply with our own inner wisdom, and to live from a place of wholeness and with reverence for all of life. Through the ages seekers and sages have gone into the wild, abstaining from food and comforts, to seek vision, guidance, and new ways forward. Bringing this wisdom home again nourished their lives, as well as their communities.
If you are reading this it may be because you too have heard this calling deep inside of you, to venture into the great unknown. This ancient roaring invites you to listen deeply, to reboot, to go inward and away from career and relationships, to see with new eyes oneself and the world.
To learn more about the quest and us guides please go to www.redrockquests.com.
May 17th, The Dhamma Brothers
PAST MOVIE NIGHTS at SRUTI:
The Sacred Science
The Tibetan Book of the Dead
The Human Experience
Join us for Ayurveda, The Art of Living Sunday afternoon June 1, 2014.
Join us in celebration of this special day!
Kirtan with Carrie Grossman, Charlie Braun, Justin Green, & Henry Horning
Cacao Circle with Moses & Ambe of Heartblood Cacao, Amy Webb, and Stephen Maye
Scents by Skanda with Justin Kaye
Henna by Amy Wong
Kirtan: $15-20 sliding
MUNAY KI: Receiving and Sharing Andean Transmissions
with Amy Webb
FOUNDATION RITES & LINEAGE RITES
Amy is available to share these transmissions privately or to small groups upon request. To learn more please contact her directly at: email@example.com or 413.717.5058
The Winter/Spring course is underway. Courses resume Fall 2014
A Letter from Mary & Maia:
Dear wonderful Women of our Community,
Walking Our Talk: A Women’s Creation Circle
Join us to find out about ‘the magic’ of Circle and whether you want to participate. A new Circle will be forming in late February.
Contact 646.265.2293 if you are interested but did not attend the Intro Evening
There are now over 70 of us local women who have or are currently gathering in an intentional Circle. We call the Circle “Walking Our Talk”. We also refer to it as a Creation Circle. And this is because in the Circle we create many things: our own self-directed projects and intentions; a spiritual practice of building community and interdependence among each other as community members; and an extraordinary inner confidence, self-acceptance and self-love that comes from practicing authentic, vulnerable connection with other women.
A lot of magic comes out of Circle – like incredible networking, support, Playing & Fun, breakthroughs and successes, a profound sense of connection and support, etc. We also discuss deep themes that leave us all expanded and freer as women.
Women’s projects in Circle vary enormously – self-discovery, self-care, life transitions, successful business ventures, activated creative expression, practical steps for moving projects forward, living from joy, creating miracles, community-centered projects, global missions, etc etc.
A Circle is usually between 10-20 women. We go for an 8-week run, then take a break. For the Winter/Spring ’14 round there will be two larger Circles of already active ‘Circle Sisters’. You are invited to come to the Sunday Intro evening to hear and feel what Circle is about, to see if you want to join the new Circle that will be forming, and to find out why all these Circle Sisters are glowing nd so happy…
Maia & Mary
We look forward to our 5th annual event at Sruti reaching our hands, hearts, and donations out to Odanadi for their unrelenting fight against our humanity’s greatest atrocity and exploitation (and 3rd largest criminal “enterprise”) – human trafficking. The founders of Odanadi routinely risk their lives rescuing women and children, giving them a safe place to recover and rintegrate, with Ashtanga yoga as part of their healing therapy.
THANK YOU for participating. We look forward to next year’s event and keeping the flame of awareness alive and well.
Please support Odanadi any time of the year:
April 24, 2014
|8:00-10:00am ||Mysore||Tom & Amy|
|5:15pm 4/24 CANCELED TODAY||Kundalini Yoga CANCELED TODAY||Crane|
View full schedule here.
Monday – Friday 8-10am
Intro to Ashtanga Yoga
& Mysore Style Practice
Led Primary Series
Wednesday 6:00-7:30pm (1/2 Series - Moderate)
Saturday 9:00-10:30am (1/2 Series - Moderate)
Sunday 8:30-10:15am (Full Series - Advanced)
Tuesday, April 15 – Full
Tuesday, April 29 – New
Wednesday, May 14 – Full
Wednesday, May 28 – New
Friday, June 13 – Full
Friday, June 27 – New
Saturday, July 12 – Full
Saturday, July 26 – New
Sunday, August 10 – Full
Monday, August 25 – New
Monday, September 8 – Full
Wednesday, September 24 – New
Wednesday, October 8 – Full
Thursday, October 23 – New
Thursday, November 6 – Full
Saturday, November 22 – New
Saturday, December 6 – Full
Sunday, December 21 – New
Full and new moon days are observed as a time for rest and contemplation. No Ashtanga classes are held on these days worldwide. Observing, tuning in, and exploring the moon cycles can assist in understanding and connecting to the rhythmic and ever-changing nature of life.