Yoga of Transformation

With Stephen Longfellow FiskeSaturday, February 24, 2018
2:00 –5:00 pm
Tuition: $30.00 (Member $20.00)
Membership is $50/year

The Yoga of Transformation

The world is an endless improvisation in which everything is changing. Human beings are blessed with free will and the power of creative choice. We can learn to move with the changes, to adapt, adjust, and accommodate, and transform into our higher self.  Yoga is a great path to follow in making the transition from conflict and strife to peace and wholeness. We are here on Earth to learn how to transform ourselves into our higher nature. Yoga is the way.

Stephen will combine music, poetry, storytelling and lots of improvisational participatory play, along with yogic insights and practice, to help cultivate spontaneity, creativity, vitality and balance in one’s life. This participatory workshop/playshop will include some movement and yogic practices as well as in-depth dialogue and interaction/improvisations.
 

Please bring paper and colored pencils or pens, any instruments or accoutrements of art, and wear comfortable clothing. Be prepared to play, improvise and stretch in unique and innovative ways!
 

There will be a POT-LUCK DINNER after the workshop, followed by a CONCERT by Stephen at 6pm.

Suggested Donation for the Concert is $5 per person. 

Please contact the Center with your potluck dish, thank you

 

Stephen Longfellow Fiske

Stephen Longfellow Fiske is a long time Yoga practitioner, teacher, performer, and lecturer. He is a senior disciple of Sri Swami Satchidananda, and a longtime friend of Sivananda Yoga, having known Swami Vishnu Devananada since the early 1970s. Stephen been a musician/presenter at Sivananda centers and Ashrams throughout the US and overseas. As a musician, Stephen, has recorded 11 albums of his music and has authored ‘The Art of Peace’ (New Paradigm Books). He is also an Interfaith Minister and Executive Director of The Unity-and-Diversity World Council and Founder and Executive Producer of The Jerusalem Prayer Project, a multimedia production company based in Los Angeles. His most recent creative project is a music video tribute to Martin Luther King, “We Carry the Dream”.