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with Pegah Kadkhodaian

When: Saturday, March 19th, 1:30 – 3:30 pm

FREE for Sol autopay and annual members (register in person)
$30 for non-members

*register early to reserve your space!*

How to apply the ancient teachings of the 8 limb path of yoga to your modern life.

Delve deeper into your yoga practice and start exploring how to apply more than just the physical benefits.

Facilitated by one of our newest additions to the Sol family, Pegah will share how you can begin to take your practice beyond your mat and begin weaving in these ancient teachings to elevate your life outside the yoga studio.

We will start with an hour long physical practice themed around each of the 8 limbs followed by an hour of discussion.

What you’ll learn:

Who is Patanjali
What are the Yoga Sutras
What is the 8 Limb Path
A breakdown and modern interpretation of each of the limbs
How the 8 Limbs can be applied to your modern life
Resources and books to further your study and exploration off the mat

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A little about Pegah:
Pegah’s approach to the ancient teachings of yogic texts is to make them feel accessible and relatable in today’s world. She is an E-RYT certified yoga instructor and teacher training facilitator. She has taught and facilitated thousands of hours of yoga and yoga teacher trainings, as well as a variety of other mind, body, spirit programs and workshops for a number of nationally recognized studios and businesses and through her own practice at PKNY Health.

You can find her full bio on the Sol Yoga website or visit her site at

Thank you for teaching this workshop! The information about supporting the liver during spring was clear, concise and well-organized. I’ve started drinking the tonic teas you recommended and am feeling brighter. I especially loved having acupuncture during savasana! It took me into a deep level of rest and dream time that was so lovely and healing. I would recommend this workshop for anyone interested in traditional healing arts and self care.

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