The Upanishads: 6 Mondays For the Depths of the Yoga Tradition, Berkeley, California
April 29, 2013 - June 3, 2013
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
The Diamond Beauty of the Goddess: The Tale of Tantrik Philosophy at Mountain Yoga, Oakland, CA
May 31, 2013
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Yoga Anatomy and Therapy for Pain-Free Neck and Shoulders at Prajna Yoga and Healing Arts, Belmont, CA
Prajna Yoga and Healing Arts
June 1, 2013
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
The Evolving Tradition: Remaking Your Practice at Yoga's Edge, A Weekend Immersion at Indigo Yoga, Salem, Oregon
June 29, 2013 - June 30, 2013
8:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Yoga Education through Imagery (YEI) offers dynamic image-rich presentations on the history, philosophy and science of yoga by Eric Shaw, MA.RS, MA.SE, MA.AS, E-RYT-500 for studio events, teacher training programs or university classes.
YOU ARE AWESOME! Thank you, Eric, for helping to start off the whole Hema Wellness Program with your lecture. The students loved you!
Thank you so much for coming to the studio on Saturday. The lecture was awesome. You have such a nice way of presenting the information so that it is accessible, thought-provoking and inspiring.
Just wanted to let you know that your yoga instruction is the best.
You have a calming and relaxing effect that resonates throughout the class.
Eric’s in-depth outline of the yoga tradition and its journey to America is a great blessing to all those who are interested in understanding the spiritual roots of this timeless sacred practice
Eric is an amazing yoga teacher. Watching him in the poses is awe-inspiring. His class is invigorating and relaxing at the same time. It is physically challenging, but gentle and spiritually rich.
The trident in the logo here is a tool of the God named Shiva who is the lord of the yogis in Indian legend. The three prongs of the trident represent Shiva's rarely-heard triple role as creator, sustainer and destroyer as well as the three main energy channels in body, the ida, pingala and sushumna.
I teach Prasana Yoga, an approach that includes coordination of the breath, core, limbs, and hands. Using bandha (energy locks) and pranayama (breath control) intelligently, it explores multi-directional movement on the mat and gives careful attention to the flow of prana (life force). Prasana means "the fuliflilment of asana" and it encourages creative work in yogic choreography.
Its approaches seek to employ the widest range of yogic technologies for both health and conscious transformation.