Emil Wendel: Introduction to Yoga Philosophy

November 3, 2012 - November 4, 2012
Tags : | buddhism | hatha yoga | lecture | mudra | pranayama | tantra | yoga history | yoga philosophy

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Module 1: An overview of the ancient sources of Yoga
November 3, 13:30-20:30

Dukha, Karma, and Moksha in the Yogic context
The Vedic Lineage, Vedanta and the Upanishads
The influence of Buddhist Analysis and Jaina Ethics
Main Types of Yoga
Introduction to, and Practice of, a Mudra Sequence (Part 1 of Mudra)

Module 2: Classical versus Modern Yoga
November 4, 13:30-20:30

Samkhya and Classical Yoga
Short Introduction to Tantra
Discussion on Yoga and Religion
The Limbs of Hatha Yoga: Shatkriya, physicality, seals and Pranayama
Overview of Modern Yoga
A Mudra Sequence as Ritual (Part 2 of Mudra)


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Emil Wendel

Philosophy Scholar | ERYT500 | Beyond The Asana: Director

Emil Wendel was born in Switzerland and has been living in Asia since the mid-seventies, studying Sanskrit and Indian...


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