Exploring Yoga’s Ethical Guidelines through Asana and Meditation with Jenny Mirmelstein
A physical (asana) yoga practice can help us find equanimity or balance in our bodies and often our minds. But paired with a deeper understanding of why we do what we do through investigation of the ethical guidelines as noted in the Yoga Sutras, we can go deeper into our yoga practice, both on and off the mat.
In this workshop, we will use our breath, body, and mind to explore the first two limbs of Patanjali’s eight-limbed path towards enlightenment, the yamas and niyamas. Known as suggestions for ways of living, as we relate to others and take care of ourselves, this workshop will break down these guidelines in a understandable, relatable manor.
Open to students of all levels, Jenny will lead us through a challenging yoga class that will invigorate your body and awaken your mind to begin to think more openly about how we treat others, and more importantly, ourselves. Class includes asana practice, meditation, group discussion.
About Jenny Mirmelstein
A student of yoga for 14 years, Jenny began teaching in 2013 and hasn’t looked back. Currently teaching at LifePower Yoga in Montvale, NJ, where she also facilitates teacher trainings, Jenny’s classes are just the right mix of challenge and heart and she’s known for her creative sequences, inspiring playlists, and love of all things philosophy. Come explore your own practice as she guides you through a journey that carries you out of your head and into your soul.
At the Door $40
Nyack Yoga at 42 Main
42 Main St, Ste 101, Nyack, 10960, NY, United States