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The Jivamukti Yoga method is a proprietary style of yoga created by David Life and Sharon Gannon in 1984.

  

What is Jivamukti Yoga?

 Jivamukti Yoga is a path to enlightenment through compassion for all beings. The Jivamukti Method is grounded in the original meaning of the Sanskrit word asana as “seat, connection” – relationship to the Earth. Earth implies all of life. Citing Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra, which states that asana should be sthira and sukham, Jivamukti Yoga maintains that one’s relationship to others (asana) should be mutually beneficial and come from a consistent (sthira) place of joy and happiness (sukham). This is a radical idea that, when put into practice, can dismantle our present culture, which is based on the notion that the Earth and all other animals exist for our benefit and to be exploited for our own selfish purposes. So the practice of asana becomes more than mere physical exercise to keep one’s body fit or to increase strength or flexibility; it becomes a way to improve one’s relationship to all others and thus lead to enlightenment – the dissolution of the sense of separateness, the realization of the oneness of being, the discovery of lasting happiness.

 

5 Tenets of Jivamukti Yoga

 This core philosophy is expressed through 5 tenets, which form the foundation of Jivamukti Yoga.  Jivamukti teachers embody these tenets, so that they color all of his or her teachings whether in Fundamentals classes, Open classes, other classes, workshops, or even just interactions with others in the Jivamukti community. In classes other than Open classes, the teacher does not necessarily teach the five tenets explicitly or even state them out loud. In an Open class, however, the five tenets have a special role, because it is part of the teacher’s job to give the students an experience of all five tenets in each Open class, though again not necessarily by teaching them explicitly or even stating them out loud, but by allowing them to inform the class plan and teaching style. Each of the five tenets should be clearly identifiable in every Open class, even though the names of the tenets may not actually be spoken. By doing this, students learn not to see asana as separate from spiritual study or chanting or meditation, but rather to integrate all of the elements that make up Jivamukti Yoga into one unified practice. This provides for a well-rounded approach to our goal—enlightenment through compassion for all beings.

 

Ahimsa

A nonviolent, compassionate lifestyle extending to other animals, the environment and all living beings, emphasizing ethical vegetarianism (veganism) and animal rights

Bhakti

Acknowledgment that God/Self-realization is the goal of all yoga practices; can be expressed through chanting, the setting of a high intention for the practice or other devotional practices.

Dhyana

Meditation: connecting to that eternal unchanging reality within.

Nada

The development of a sound body and mind through deep listening; can be incorporated in a class using recorded music, spoken word, silence or even the teacher’s voice.

Shastra

Study of the ancient yogic teachings, including Sanskrit chanting, drawn from the Focus of the Month to the extent possible.

 

 

For more information on the method, visit jivamuktiyoga.com/the-jivamukti-method/

 

 

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Teaching Schedule

  

January

 

Jan 16 20:00 - 21:30 - Cityoga, Darmstadt > open class 

Jan 17 19:45 - 21:15 - Pure Ashtanga, Darmstadt > open class

Jan 20 10:30 - 12:00 - Private Yoga Institute, Frankfurt > open class 

Jan 20 13:30 - 15:30 - CommonYoga, Wiesbaden > 2h XL 

Jan 21 10:00 - 12:00 - Cityoga, Darmstadt > 2h XL Class 

Jan 23 20:00 - 21:30 - Cityoga, Darmstadt > open class 

Jan 24 19:45 - 21:15 - Pure Ashtanga, Darmstadt > open class

Jan 28 11:00 - 13:00 - B.Yoga, Basel > 2h XL 

Jan 30 20:00 - 21:30 - Cityoga, Darmstadt > open class 

Jan 31 19:45 - 21:15 - Pure Ashtanga, Darmstadt > open class

 

February

Feb 3 10:30 - 12:00 - Private Yoga Institute, Frankfurt > open class 

Feb 4 10:00 - 12:00 - Cityoga, Darmstadt > 2h XL Class 

Feb  6 18:30 - 20:00 - Cityoga, Darmstadt > open class 

Feb  7 19:45 - 21:15 - Pure Ashtanga, Darmstadt > open class

Feb 13 18:30 - 20:00 - Cityoga, Darmstadt > open class 

Feb 14 19:45 - 21:15 - Pure Ashtanga, Darmstadt > open class

Feb 20 18:30 - 20:00 - Cityoga, Darmstadt > open class 

Feb 21 19:45 - 21:15 - Pure Ashtanga, Darmstadt > open class

 

March

Mar  20 18:30 - 20:00 - Cityoga, Darmstadt > open class 

Mar  21 19:45 - 21:15 - Pure Ashtanga, Darmstadt > open class

Mar 24 10:30 - 12:00 - Private Yoga Institute, Frankfurt > open class 

Mar 25 10:00 - 12:00 - Cityoga, Darmstadt > 2h XL Class 

Mar  27 18:30 - 20:00 - Cityoga, Darmstadt > open class 

Mar  28 19:45 - 21:15 - Pure Ashtanga, Darmstadt > open class

 

April

Apr 21 10:30 - 12:00 - Private Yoga Institute, Frankfurt > open class 

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