Workshop: The Yogasutras of Patanjali with Jayashree & Narasimhan (8. - 10. November 2019)
Aktualisiert: 6. Dez. 2019
The origin of yoga
We are honored to host the renowned Indian teachers and Sanskrit scholars Dr. M.A. Jayashree and Professor M.A. Narasimha on their European tour.
From their institute in Mysore, India, they teach Sanskrit and yoga philosophy to students from all over the world who come to study Astanga Yoga at its source.
Jayashree is a specialist in teaching students with the traditional call and response method called 'Sruti Parampara', where you "sing" and recite the traditional yoga scriptures Yogasutra and Bhagavadgita. Narasimhan offers lectures and discussions on yoga philosophy and provides a broad and deep understanding and connection to the deeper aspects of yoga in an easy-to-understand, engaging and stimulating way.
This is a unique opportunity to be taught by some of the most respected and experienced teachers in this area of knowledge. The workshop is an opportunity for all yoga students, yoga teachers and anyone else interested in yoga, Indian language, culture and tradition to enrich their understanding of the philosophical framework of yoga directly from a clear and authoritative source.
At the workshop you will learn the original source script of yoga, the yoga sutra of Patanjali - by singing the verses, followed by lectures and discussion on the meaning of them. In this way, you gain insight and knowledge of the roots and origins of yoga and expand your own experience and knowledge.
'Srutiparamparaa' call and response method, is a traditional and effective method of pronunciation, remembering and understanding Sanskrit language and texts. The method is accessible to all, and is in itself a traditional and transformative yoga practice.
"Dr. M. A. Jayashree's recitation of Sri Pantajali's Yoga Sutras is superior. Not only is her intonation and pronunciation impeccable as one would expect from a Sanskrit teacher at her very high level, but her sincere and genuine connection to the text shines through clearly. If you are interested in deepening your experience of this universal teaching, whether as a yoga teacher, yoga aspirant or linguist, you should not miss this opportunity”.
Friday: 19.30 - 21.30: Introduction
Saturday: 8.00 - 9.30: Mysore Practice with Boris 10.00 - 12.00: Chanting the first 16 Sutras + Q&A 13.30 - 16.30: Bhagavad Gita Chapter 6 mit Jayashree & Meditation with Narasimhan 17.00 - 19.00: Kirtan (we love to sing and you are kindly invited)
Sunday: 8.00 - 9.30: Mysore Practice with Boris 10.00 - 12.00: Chanting the sutras 2 part / Ashtanga Yoga: The eightfold path 13.30 - 15.30: Bhagavad Gita Chapter + Q&A
Costs: 220€ For more Information: email@example.com • 0664/4027358
About Jayashree and Narasimhan: Jayashree & Narasimhan offer these teachings for the greater peace of mind and happiness of all. Their wonderful teachings represent a unique opportunity for all yoga students (and teachers of yoga) to gain deeper insights into the wisdom and teachings of yoga. Jayashree teaches using the traditional call-and-response style of ‘Sruti Parampara’, which dates back to Vedic times as the most direct and effective means of preserving and transferring the knowledge acquired by sages and scholars.
Dr. M.A. Jayashree, Professor of Sanskrit, Mysore, Karnataka has been teaching all aspects of Sanskrit for the last 30 years. She holds a doctorate in Sanskrit from Bangalore University on the topic, "Concept of Mind in Indian Philosophy."
She has authored many books in the fields of Sanskrit, Ancient Sciences, Indian history, Indian Culture and Music.
Her workshops are generally in the fields of Sanskrit language and the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
She is a multifaceted personality, a musician with a melodious voice, an accomplished artist of the Mysore school of Painting, delivers discourses on Puranas, Tiruppavai & Philosophy. She is a great teacher of spoken Sanskrit. She has given performances in classical music in the Karanatic style all over South India.
She is also the editor of 'Itihasa Rashmi', a journal on Indian History in Kannada. Jayashree was featured in the movie “Guru” about Ashtanga guru Sri K Pattabhi Jois. She is also the editor of 'Itihasa Rashmi', a journal in Kannada on re-writing Indian History, and conducts classes on Indian vegetarian cooking (yogic food).
As a proponent of the 'Srutiparampara', she has produced many CDs in the field of Sanskrit learning along with the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali and Bhagavad Gita. The CDs are designed as teaching aids to help people learn the chanting and memorization of the important Sanskrit texts of ancient Indian culture.
She has a large following of overseas students engaged in studies of ancient lore of India mainly Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Bhagavad Gita and the Sanskrit language.
She has presented a paper on a music topic at the 13th World Sanskrit Conference held at Edinburgh. She has been awarded as a ‘South East Asian scholar’ of merit by the American Academy of Religions, and to participate and present a paper in their Annual Meet Nov.2008 in Chicago.
M. A. Narasimhan Director of the Anantha Research Foundation in Mysore, is a science graduate holding Masters in Education with specialization in advanced psychology and research methodology, and also in Sanskrit.
He has specialized in the Indian philosophical systems and the various practices of yoga, and is a disciple of His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. He is a teacher of Transcendental Meditation, having taught the TM technique to more than 20,000 people and trained more than 1,000 teachers of Transcendental Meditation.
He has held many responsible posts in the then Mahrishi Institute of Creative Intelligence. As the director for the TM operation in the entire south India, he had more than 600 teachers helping him to spread the message of TM. He was instrumental in opening small-scale industries and many schools in different parts of India. He has been a Siddha practitioner, reaping the benefits of advanced techniques.
He is a research scholar specializing in the fields of Indian culture and the Sciences of ancient India. With a considerable number of books, monographs, and papers in the fields of Indian history, Science, Sanskrit and philosophy to his credit, he is also the editor of journals such as Ithihasa samachar, Ithihasa Rashmi.
Currently he is engaged in the investigation of "Supa saastra” in Indian tradition (the food tradition of India)" with INSA, 'History and geographical information in the Puranas' with Bharateeya Itihasa Sankalana Yojana, and preparing a critical edition of Patanjali's Yogasutra with all the available commentaries and their English translation with Asian classics Input Project, New York and also on 'Cosmology in ancient Indian Texts.