In Sanskrit, the word Sangha means “to bring together” and is the general word for “community”. It can refer to a flock of crows or a herd of deer. It can also be extended to encompass all sentient beings – all inhabitants of a unified ecosystem – as members of a single Sangha. Historically, in ancient India, members would gather twice a month, on the full moon and the new moon, to acknowledge their deep interconnectedness with each other and all of life.
Currently, the gift of technology enables us to connect with our human family scattered all across the world! In this sacred virtual gathering, we introduce a modern-day topic of discussion and how the application of the ancient wisdom of yogic philosophy pertains to it. All are welcomed and encouraged to join, whether you have previous yoga experience or not. Community Sangha is complimentary for members of the Monthly Offering. This event is for an inclusive group who is both open-minded and open-hearted. There is the opportunity to contribute or simply observe. This hour-long gathering culminates in a brief guided pranayama (breath play) and meditation experience.
Sangha occurs from 7 pm to 8 pm PST on the following dates:
|July 3||Sept 17||Nov 30|
|July 20||Oct 1||Dec 14|
|Aug 3||Oct 16||Dec 29|
|Aug 18||Oct 30|
|Sept 1||Nov 14|
If finances are an issue, please email us.