23 Hours Off the Mat—
Using the Yoga Sutra for a Successful Life
Friday November 7th
Golden Bridge, Santa Monica, California
A good hour of yoga gets our prana flowing, and for a few hours we feel like we could do anything! But is there some way to keep this prana going? Can we channel this prana to be successful in our career, and in our personal relationships?
Geshe Michael Roach spent 25 years in a Tibetan monastery, and learned how to keep the prana going. He has helped start a $250 million dollar business to save the Tibetan refugees, and helped thousands of people keep their prana going with his bestselling self-help classic, The Diamond Cutter.
Come spend an evening with Geshe Michael to learn secrets from the ancient Yoga Sutra that can keep you happy, successful, and loving for the other 23 hours of the day!
tips from the Yoga Sutra on how to get things done
that you’re supposed to do
that you don’t feel like doing
Saturday November 8th
Black Dog Yoga, Sherman Oaks, California
We all have lots of stuff that we’re supposed to be doing that we don’t feel like doing: like our daily yoga practice, or our taxes, or starting on that new healthier diet. And then we do lots of stuff that we don’t need to be doing right now: like cruising Facebook or taking a cookie break.
Learn how to change course, with ancient wisdom from the Yoga Sutra that really works, right now, for you. An afternoon with Geshe Michael Roach, who spent 25 years in a Tibetan monastery, and author of the bestselling self-help classic, The Diamond Cutter.
That Decision in Your Life Right Now—
Use the Gita to Make It!
Sunday November 9th
Yoga Works, West Hollywood, California
Almost all of us are facing some kind of major decision in our life, on any given day. We all have our own tools for making decisions like this, and we do the best we can. A 2,000 year-old spiritual classic, the Bhagavad Gita, can provide us a new tool for making that big decision in our life right now. Come learn this tool in a Sunday afternoon talk at Yoga Works, given by Geshe Michael Roach, the first American to complete the 25-year training at a Tibetan monastery, and author of the bestselling self-help classic, The Diamond Cutter.