May 4, 2016
You may have noticed on your yoga path a few shifts. The most obvious shifts at first are about how we feel. We get grounded, integrated, detoxed, clarified. The personal shifts are the beginning of our path to personal and planetary integration. The broken parts of us get healed. We become more whole in the process.
Soon we notice a bigger shift. Our life is our own and not our own. We feel called to action. This is the path of karma yoga. We become of service to where we sense the need we can help. We get fired up.
In this engaging conversation with karma yoga expert, Sarahjoy Marsh, she talks about her personal and professional yoga path. From her work in prisons with inmates to helping heal affluent white women with reclaiming their relationship with body and food, Sarahjoy is a powerful force on our planet. She is the author of Hunger, Hope & Healing: A Yoga Approach to Reclaiming Your Relationship with Your Body and Food.
Sarahjoy’s website social justice Sarahjoy founded Living Yoga and the DAYA Foundation
Engaging in the study of our personal and community dharma, these evening sessions include silent meditation, group discussion, and teachings from Sarahjoy on the contemporary application of timeless philosophies for living an awakened life. Drawing from the teachings of the dharma, of yoga, meditation, Ayurveda, neuroscience, and interpersonal neurobiology.
Sarahjoy Marsh, MA, E-RYT–500 yoga teacher and author, is a vibrant, compassionate catalyst for transformation. Her teachings are informed by her extensive Eastern and Western studies including transpersonal counseling, art therapy, the psychology of yoga, Ayurveda, and rehabilitative yoga.
Author of Hunger, Hope & Healing: A Yoga Approach to Reclaiming Your Relationship with Your Body and Food outlines her unique approach to yoga for recovery; integrating powerful yoga and mindfulness tools with modern day psychological modalities for an effective and comprehensive approach to healing. Committed to supporting marginalized populations and using yoga for social justice Sarahjoy founded Living Yoga and the DAYA Foundation. A sought after teacher of teachers, she leads multiple 200-hr and 500-hr teacher trainings and yoga therapy professional trainings in the Northwest, international retreats and is a regular instructor at Kripalu and Breite nbush Hot Springs.