12-1:30pm Vegetarian Potluck Lunch
Classical yoga is defined in The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. All the different traditions of yoga: Kundalini, Bhakti, Hatha, and Tantra have the Sutras as their foundation.
The Yoga Sutras are based on a dualistic philosophy, while other approaches, such as Tantra as presented in Saivism and Shaktism, and Advaita Vedanta, are non-dulaistic in their philosophy.
Tantra is the most ecumenical of all yoga sciences; aspects of it found in the most ancient approaches to religion that we know. Tantra itself is a broad term and very inclusive not only of yoga practices but aesthetics, diet, and medicine as well.
This two-day workshop will explore the differences between the various yogas and Tantra, particularly as expressed in the Himalayan Tradition.
Phil Nuernberger, Ph.D is one of the few Americans to receive initiation by a great Himalayan Sage, Swami Rama, into the highest levels of the tantric tradition of the Himalayan Sages. With his Master’s instruction and blessing, Dr. Nuernberger has been teaching and initiating others in this spiritual tradition since 1972. Beginning in 1970, he was instrumental in helping build the Himalayan Institute, and served on its Board of Directors and as Senior Faculty member until 1992. Dr. Nuernberger also studied Washin Ryu karate with Sensei Hidi Ochiai, a Japanese Samuarai, and achieved black belt ranking. He also studied Tai Chi with master Yang.
Dr. Nuernberger is author of five books. The most recent are Freedom’s Path: The Dancing Soul, The Warrior Sage: Life as Spirit, as well as Strong and Fearless: The Quest for Personal Power and From Loneliness to Love: A Journey of Spiritual Awakening.
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Himalayan Yoga and Meditation
5000 W. Vliet St. Milwaukee, WI 53208 | 414-454-0500