2021: Yoga Sutra Studies with Michael de Manincor
The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali forms the foundation of all yoga teachings and has been described as the “Heart of Yoga” and a “guidebook to life”.
Presented in a simple yet compact style, the sutras offer the entire foundation of Yoga’s philosophy, psychology, concepts and tools for practice and personal transformation.
We believe that a thorough study of this text is essential for every Yoga teacher and keen Yoga student.
This course is designed for yoga teachers and experienced yoga students, providing a deeper exploration of:
- The conceptual framework and major themes of these ancient teachings
- Relevance of these teachings for the practice of Yoga today, for health and well-being in our modern lives
- Classical chanting of the Yoga Sutras
Michael de Manincor studied the Yoga Sutras over many years under the guidance of Krishnamacharya’s son TKV Desikachar.
In this course, Michael shares his in-depth and practical understanding of the meaning of key themes and teachings in the sutras, how they relate to yoga practice, the mind, and life in general.
His level of knowledge and understanding of the sutras, along with his warm and engaging teaching style, give students a wonderful and unique learning experience.
What students say…
“Michael is a great person to walk alongside as you explore the sutras. I highly recommend studying with him!”
“I loved the way Michael was able to explain the concepts from these ancient teachings in ways that make so much sense for my life today, amazing! It didn’t just change my approach to my yoga practice, it changed how I view my life.”
“I’ve grown so much inside, the Yoga Sutras is basically ‘The Secret of Life,’ thank you guys.”
Details and Bookings
Thursday Evenings (8 weeks): Term 1, 2021 – Dates TBC
Times: 7.00pm – 9.00pm
Teacher: Michael de Manincor
Online: via zoom or in person
Yoga teachers attending this course can earn 18 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points towards their Yoga Australia membership. There are no prerequisites or assumed knowledge for this course.
To find out more about this course please contact Kirstie Christensen:
Ph: 0477 021 219