Sianna Sherman - Living Yoga Conference
Sianna Sherman's mastery combines traditional and contemporary wisdom in a multifaceted approach that draws from hatha yoga, vinyasa, tantra, yoga anatomy, therapeutics, mythology, mantra, meditation, wisdom lineages, and the power of practice for everyday transformation.
In April 2015, Sianna partnered with Yoga International to deliver teachings on the power of myth, what it means to be a warrior, the healing nature of stories, and the yoga teachings contained in ancient stories.
Now you have the opportunity to get unlimited access to Sianna's Living Yoga Conference workshop and experience the true convergence of science, mysticism, art, and yoga as Sianna discusses how:
- Stories bring the listener to a non-linear kind of awareness.
- Good and bad characters work out their struggles inside you.
- Resistance arises when you begin the journey of transformation.
- Completion of the journey gives you, the seeker, a healing elixir.
- All action must lead to showing up authentically and opening the heart space.
Sianna also teaches about:
The significance of the story of the buffalo demon, Mahisha, and his struggle with the goddess Durga's all-destroying love.
The Abhaya Hridaya Mudra practice (fearless heart mudra) to harmonize and collaborate with our fears and ultimately allow those fears to call us back to a place of greater courage.
According to shamanic traditions, stories help the world to flower. Learn about the hidden significance of storytelling in our personal lives, our culture, and our yoga classes, and listen as Sianna artfully shares the understanding that stories are a powerful means through which we can share our healing power with others.
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Listen in as world-renowned teachers (including Seane Corn, David Frawley, Elena Brower, Sianna Sherman, Gary Kraftsow, and others!) address such questions as:
- What are the most important issues facing the yoga community right now?
- How would it look if we really "lived our yoga"?
- What prevents yogis from creating real, lasting change?
How can our practices of yoga, tantra, meditation, and ayurveda inform and inspire our lives and our culture?