Bhagavad Gita Workshops

with Jasmine Tarkeshi 

Online, via Zoom

When: Sundays 1/11, 8/11, 15/11, 22/11

Time: 07:30 - 9:30am (Sydney time)

Cost: $40 per workshop / $115 for all 4 workshops

Join Jasmine Tarkeshi, for a 2 hours master class of Asana (1 hour) and Philosophy (1 hour), drawing from the teachings and practices of Yoga’s inspiring and transformative spiritual text, the Bhagavad Gita! 

These workshops will take place every Sunday for the month of November, from 7:30 - 9:30 am via zoom all the way from San Francisco to your living room.


What is the Bhagavad Gita? 

Translated as the beloved Song of God it's power, poetry and wisdom has had an enormous influence on millions of change makers, truth seekers worldwide and the beauty of it's message has inspired all who have been blessed to come in contact with it's mysterious power: From Gandhi, who referred to the Gita as his mother to T.S. Eliot, Emerson and Thoreau who in ecstasy over the Gita remarked, "In the morning I bathe my intellect in the stupendous and cosmogonal philosophy of the Bhagavad Gita, in comparison with which our modern world and its literature seem puny and trivial.”

Each 2 hour class (philosophy & Practice) will revolve around one of four major themes of The Gita:

1. Dharma : Our personal calling and purpose - A focus on honoring and invoking our unique purpose through warrior poses, and learning to move like our authentic selves through creative standing pose sequencing.

2. Karma: Self Transcendent Action - A focus on cultivating courage and sequencing for arm balances and inversions.

3. Bhakti - The Path of Love and Devotion - A focus on sequencing for cultivating love and devotion through heart opening back bends.  

4. Shradha - Developing faith in a higher purpose, our destiny  - A focus on aligning our lives to serving the higher good through twists, forward bends and sage poses

These workshops are perfect for teachers looking to inspire their teaching as well as yogis of all levels ready to take a profound step in their practice. Not suitable for beginners


Sunday 1st November 2020

7:30am - 9:30am

This First workshop will focus on verses about honoring our personal duty, calling and purpose and living an authentic, meaningful life.

The Asana part will focus on standing poses and the many warrior poses to awaken our courage to be who we are and stand up for truth, justice and freedom.  


"It is better to do one’s own dharma, even though imperfectly, than to do another’s dharma, even though perfectly."


 Sunday 8th November 2020

7:30am- 9:30am

This Second workshop will focus on Karma: Self Transcendent Action - This workshop will focus on verses on karma and the power of our actions, when free from attachments, can lead to liberation.

In the Asana practice We will sequence for arm balances and inversions to observe and release our egos.


Sunday 15th November 2020

7:30am - 9:30am

This 3rd workshop will focus on Bhakti; We will focus on the verses and chapter of Bhakti Yoga, The Path of Love and Devotion to see the divine in all beings and perform every act as an offering.

The asana practice will focus on heart opening back bends.

"If one offers Me with love and devotion a leaf, a flower, fruit a water, I will accept it."


Sunday 21st November 2020

7:30am - 9:00am

This 4th and final workshop will focus on verses on cultivating faith in a higher purpose, our destiny and mastering our minds to align our lives to serving the higher good through practicing sage poses twists, forward bends to bow down to the divine qualities with each of us.

"He who has faith has wisdom; Who lives in self-harmony, Whose faith is his life; And he who finds wisdom, Soon finds the peace Supreme."

Book All Four

Be inspired  as this timeless internal human battle is brought to life in full colour through Arjuna who  represents  the human soul seated in the chariot of the body and Krishna & explore all 4 workshops at a discounted price!

We are located at:
Bondi Meditation Centre

281B Old South Head Rd

Bondi, NSW 2026


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