Practice and Process: Conversations With Yoga Teachers - Q&A



Practice and Process: Conversations With Yoga Teachers - Q&A

May 8 - August 7, 2020, (detailed schedule below)
Via Zoom
Free and open to the public. In lieu of payment, we are encouraging donations to You may also make a gift to CSC to help us continue providing programs and services like this series here.

Register and Attend via Zoom here: 
Meeting ID: 290 087 317

Save the dates for these Q&A conversations featuring CSC's Ashtanga Yoga Program Manager John Bultman and select yoga teachers from around the world. Discussion topics will vary, but they will particularly emphasize Ashtanga yoga, and be suitable for anyone interested in yoga process and practice.
Submit your questions for the Q & A on the form below.

You can also email them to John Bultman:

You may view talk recordings from our YouTube playlist or from our website here.

Questions about the event? Email John Bultman:

John Bultman is one of approximately 30 Certified Ashtanga teachers worldwide and has made 12 trips to India where he continues his studies with his teacher Sri Sharath Jois. Learn more about John's Ashtanga yoga instruction classes here

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