This October, the Sarva Yoga Academy begins its annual holistic superhero training program, merging tradtional yoga with psychoanalysis, pop culture, meditation, the lineage of Paramahansa Yogananda (Autobiography of a Yogi), and Gurdjeffian philosophy.
In 2010, musician and yoga teacher Michael Hewett founded the Sarva Yoga Academy, at the requests of his students to "...learn these ancient practices with an intimate group environment." The first two semesters were met with inspired and life-changing results, one participant stating, "Over the course of seven months, it was as if I met myself for the first time."
Dushan Zaric, a fellow instructor at Sarva, incorporates G.I. Gurdjieff's Western teachings of higher consciousness with Tibetan Buddhism and Yogic traditions. His classes birth pragmatic exercises that students can easily incorporate, balancing emotional, physical, and intellectual awareness.
Applications are currently open for Sarva Yoga Academy's fall term, beginning October 5th, 2012, concluding May 2013. You can learn more from this video (click here), or read Michael's essay, "The Missing Dharma of Modern Yoga," here on Reality Sandwich.Tweet