The seeker is one who is hungry for the truth, who desires liberation, who is fearless to see themselves. I offer this school of yoga as a loving container for the Sadhaka- the spiritual seeker who is on the path of remembering. This school is intended to be a sanctuary for those who's hearts are pulled by spirit, who desire a deep connection to the sacred and are hungry to learn authentic yoga practices.
May the unfolding of our paths and collective remembering contribute to the happiness and liberation of all beings. - Justyn Little Bird Morning Owl
Workshops and Events
Satsang - Surrender To The Supreme
(The magic of Total Abandon)
Satsang - Surrender To The Supreme (The magic of total abandon)
Offering the fullness of your heart prayer to the Divine in all things is one of the most beautiful elements of the practice. An offering of deep devotion, amplifies our practice in immeasurable ways. During this Satsang we will discuss the 3 limbed path (Kriya Yoga) as a path to finding the deepest surrender. Tapas (intensity) and Savadyaya (self study) are practices that open the gateways of the heart to Ishvarapranidana (surrender to the supreme). Together we will discuss these practices, how we can consciously invoke them in practice and what total surrender can look like.
When: Saturday July 9th 1pm-3pm CST
Where: Seeker School & Zoom
Cost: Donation (suggested offering $20-$40)
Nutrition For Practice
Nutrition is a vital part of your yoga practice. How you feed and care for your body directly affects the way prana moves through you. For this study, we consider nutrition to be your relationship to food, water, thoughts and sleep. How you care for the vessel of your physical body from a holistic perspective enhances or detracts from your yoga practice. Yoga is a practice of unwinding patterned behaviors and freeing the self from limited thought patterns. In regard to nutrition, we will examine how our relationships, rituals, patterns and fears play out as support or hindrance to yoga.
When: Saturday July 30th 1pm-3pm
Where: Seeker School & Zoom
Pre-registration is required. To reserve your space e-mail Justyn@theseekeryogaschool.com
The intention of yoga asana is to systematically clear the nadis and skillfully move energy through the body. The sequencing of practice is intended to uplift energy in a specific way, preparing the grounds for Kundalini awakening and deep states of meditation. Without focused intention asana dilutes to just body movement. Harnessing the power of your mind, yoga teachings invite us to hold our attention on our intention. That intention is very powerful. Whatever the find focuses on during practice amplifies! Practicing with Sankalpa as the center of your Sadhana unlocks the magic that is a physical yoga practice.
During this Satsang we will discuss how to sequence with intentionality, how as teachers we can weave in direction to focus on Sankalpa and how as practitioners we can amplify these focal points in our own practice.
When: Saturday August 20th 1pm -3pm cst
Where: Seeker School or Zoom
Cost: Donation (suggested donation $20-$40)