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Japa Mala Making

Saturday, July 20th 11am Sign Up A Japa Mala is a string of prayer beads, usually 108 beads in length with a knot tied between each one. Knotting between each bead is a meditative practice. Join guest teacher, Tim Glover,

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Pre-Teen Yoga-Camp Confidence

July 8-11, 2019, 9 am-Noon . Sign Up Here Who should join us: 9 -11 year olds Class Description: Yoga, Meditation, Journaling with a focus on empowerment and the process of becoming stronger and more confident. We will be talking

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Teacher Training Info Session

Tuesday, April 9th 6:30-7:30 pm Come by and learn more about our teacher training program and see if we are a right fit for each other. Get your questions answered, meet some faculty and get a feel for the program.

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Donation Yoga For FOPAS

Join Om Prana Yoga Teacher Trainees as they complete their practicum classes! These are $5 donation classes, unless you want to donate more! All proceeds will go to our buddies at Friends of Parkville Animal Shelter. Cash or checks only

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Suffering As Opportunity

“The dark thought, the shame, the malice, meet them at the door laughing and invite them in. Be grateful for whoever comes, because each has been sent as a guide from beyond.” -Rumi This past year, we moved into a

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Cleanliness

“[From purity arises] the purity of our essential being, a positive mind, one-pointedness, victory over the senses, and the qualification for having direct experience of our self.” -Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, PhD  I often hear people tell others that one of

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Namastegg Yoga Teacher Training

Friday, September 6 – Sunday September 8th Are you teaching with Eggs? Want to learn all our secrets? Join Jason at Om Prana Yoga for a 3-day Intensive Yoga Teacher Training using Eggs! These immersive trainings are the only place where

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Cleanliness

“[From purity arises] the purity of our essential being, a positive mind, one-pointedness, victory over the senses, and the qualification for having direct experience of our self.” -Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, PhD  I often hear people tell others that one of

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Life’s Subjectivity

“Yoga is a practice, not a philosophy. We step onto the mat to have the experience of the poses through the subjectivity of the body.” -Judith Hanson Lasater, PhD, PT Do you ever have conversations with people you don’t really

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It’s Your Process

I have this thing when I travel. It’s not a thing I particularly enjoy. I work myself into a complete tizzy, starting about 2 days before I leave. Every time I travel I think to myself “I won’t become a

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