Bhakti Yoga is connection to the divine using mantras, kirtan, & sacred stories. The philosophy is rich, ancient and powerful. It is the path of yoga following the heart.
In this special course, internationally esteemed teacher Raghunath has mined the depths of the Srimad Bhagavatam - an epic group of yoga stories, the “cream” of the Vedas, and the cornerstone text of Bhakti Yoga, or the yoga of devotion. In his signature engaging style, Raghu will present the compelling yogic ideas of this sacred text in ways that inspire, uplift & transform.
This training will also explore the nuances of Bhakti yoga through Vedic lore, deep philosophy, mantras and their meanings, prayers, asanas, mudras, setting up a home or studio altar, kirtan, japa meditation AND MORE! Most of all Raghu will expertly explain how to weave all of these ancient teachings into the fabric of our day-to-day lives. He calls this process: LEARN IT. LIVE IT. GIVE IT.
*Saturday evening includes a big public Kirtan.
Raghunath Cappo has been studying this sacred literature and these sacred practices, applying these teachings to his life for the last 30 years. A well known punk rock musician as a youth, he left for sacred India in his twenties to live as a monk. Now, decades later, he has his own school, Supersoul Farm in upstate NY where he lives with his family and leads yoga teacher trainings, weekend immersions, kirtan workshops and sacred study on the interconnection of body mind & spirit. Raghunath regularly travels the world to teach this ancient wisdom in his compelling, fun, down-to-earth and inspiring signature style.
This course is especially crafted for students and teachers who want to get a richer understanding of the profound jewels of yogic wisdom and adopt the wisdom stories & practices of bhakti yoga into their life and their offerings.
Price Full Immersion w/ yoga asana: $220
Price Immersion w/o yoga asana: $175
Saturday December 14th 1-8:30pm (asana 1-2:30pm training from 2:30-6:30pm, Kirtan from 7-8:30pm)
Sunday December 15th 1-6:30pm (asana 1-2:30pm, training 2:30-6:30pm)