Other Offerings at Devi Yoga Center
Living The Lessons of Love
with Anasuya Floan
June 5 – August 21
(no sessions on July 3 & July 24)
This study group series is devoted to learning how to live the Lessons of Love: Abundance, peace and vigilance. We will awaken to right understanding of the freedoms that each of these offer. And, we will give special attention to why the lesson “relinquishment of attack” is the key that opens our heart to Love’s reality. Each session begins with guided meditation and includes contemplation, journaling, exercises and sharing our experiences and wisdom.
Join us for an evening of Bhakti Yoga Bliss
with Mary Isis and Prema Love
Saturday, June 17; 10:30am yoga; 7:30pm concert
$20 for evening program
This event is two-fold- we will be sharing some gentle music during the daytime Yoga class at 10:30 am, and then we will have our evening concert at 7:30 pm. From our hearts, We will be offering you our sacred songs~ to uplift, Inspire, encourage healing, and Awakening! Some songs will be sung kirtan style (call and response), others will be sing along, and some songs will be sung for you to just receive. Please arrive as early as 7:15 to get seated, we will start at 7:30pm. We look forward to seeing you! We will be selling our CD’s too. You can find our music online as well~ have a listen: www.maryisismusic.com and www.premalovemusic.com
Bhakti Kirtan with Vrindavan Song
4th Saturday of Each Month Beginning June 24
12:30 – 2:30
Join Vrindavan Song for inspiring, uplifting, and moving Kirtan as we sing our devotional love for God. The members of Vrindavan Song are with the Caitanya Vaisnava tradition and will share the meaning behind the songs and explore the philosophy, tradition, and moving spiritual expression of Krishna Bhakti.
Cogen Bohanec (guitar and vocal) will weave narratives between songs drawing from his vast knowledge gained over nearly two decades of studying, practicing and teaching a variety of Eastern Religions. He is a PhD student at the Center for Dharma Studies (CDS) at the Graduate Theological Union (GTU) in Berkeley, CA., and holds a MA in Buddhist Studies. He has studied and translated Sanskrit literature for over eight years academically, with over five years at UC Berkeley.
The other members of Vrindavan Song are Cogen’s wife of 17 years, Hope Bohanec (harmonium and vocals), and Susan Lourme, yogi, psychotherapist, and student of Hindu studies (mridangam and vocals).