Experiencing Bhakti Through Music & Mantra

February 21 - 23, 2020

Honest Soul Yoga - Falls Church, Virginia

Dive into a weekend of Bhakti (devotional yoga) through the experience of music, mantra, and asana with Practice Everywhere guest presenter - JaQ St. Pierre!

This deeper studies weekend will explore Bhakti, Mantra, Sanskrit and sound. Learn about the profound affect music and mantra has on the physical body as well as their resonance with the subtle body and psychological wellbeing. 

You will leave the weekend with new techniques for adding mantra and music into your classes, a better understanding of Sanskrit meaning and pronunciation, a personal perspective on devotion as a Yogic path, deeper understanding of what's behind the mystery and mythology of the mantras, and motivation to these techniques into personal practice with powerful results.

No music or chanting experience necessary. Just an open mind to explore, connect, and share. 

 

This training will qualify for 15 CEs with Yoga Alliance.

Jacquelynn St.Pierre

is a mama, a lover of travel, books, music, and forever and always studying our human experience. Based in Austin, TX Jacq teaches Sukha Flow, Lotus Flow, Ayurveda, Bhakti Yoga, Sequencing for Teachers, and Harmonium lessons around the globe. 

Sought after for her illuminating wisdom, quirky sense of humor, and her unique approach to honoring ancient practice with realistic reverence, her vibrant teachings ask you to start where you are. The time is now.

A lead teacher for 200 and 300 hour trainings, and a guest teacher in trainings around the globe, Jacq is a true teachers’ teacher. She works privately with students and clients face to face and virtually via Facetime and Skype.

 

She attended Laughing Lotus College of Yoga in San Francisco and has studied extensively with her teachers there and at Laughing Lotus NYC. For more visit: mindfulish.org

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