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Upcoming Weekends with Allison Dennis:

      The Ramayana: A Storytelling Weekend – Sept 21 – 23

Harmonium Weekend Mini Immersion – Sept 22 – 23 & Oct 20 – 21

Bandhas, Pranayama, and the Subtle Body – Oct 6 & 7

      Goddess Bhakti Weekend: Navaratri – Oct 19 – 21

Bhakti Weekend – Nov 9 – 11

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Yoga Basics with Amanda Kingsbury begins Oct 16

Kirtan Celebration with Prema Hara Nov 3

Restorative Yoga with Bryanne Senor Nov 24

 

 

Our Carrboro location closes December 16, 2018

All Night Kirtan Closing Celebration:

Friday, December 14

7:00-10:00pm ~ Live Recording of Allison Dennis and Ishwin Dembla

10:00pm-7:00am ~ Allison & Friends

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HoYS Closing Circle:

Sunday, December 16, 1:30pm

 

 

The Mission Continues On in 2019…

The School will evolve, no longer static, now in mobile form:

200 Hour YTT Intensive in Maui, Hawaii: February 21 – March 16

200 Hour YTT in Moncure, NC: March 30 – December 15, one weekend a month

Tiny Home sessions

India Pilgrimage

Harmonium & Sanskrit 101

Kirtan College 

Moon & Stars Kirtan on The Farm 

Astrology, Waterfalls, and Stories 

 

At HoYS we focus on teaching traditional Yoga. We do our best to offer ancient, time-tested teachings from India that are illuminated in a variety of Sanskrit texts. The teachers of Heart of Yoga School are all daily yoga practitioners, and true facilitators of peace; not simply exercise instructors. The primary focus of our teaching is:

Hatha Yoga – Body and breath yoga with an emphasis on balancing and purifying the subtle energy body. The primary text we use is Hatha Yoga Pradipika.

Bhakti Yoga – The yoga of love and devotion. Music and the Bhakti texts like Bhagavad Gita, Srimad Bhagavata Purana, Ramayana, and Narada’s Bhakti Sutras help us go deeper.

Karma Yoga – The yoga of selfless service. Karma Yoga is actually the very Heart of HoYS.

Raja Yoga – The yoga of meditation and understanding the inner workings of the mind as prescribed by Patanjali in his Yoga Sutras.

Jnana Yoga – The yoga of wisdom as prescribed in the Vedas and the Upanishads. This is also known as Vedanta.

Nada Yoga – The yoga of sound and vibration. Classical Indian Music is profoundly healing on an emotional and physical level.