Want to get in shape physically and spiritually – but want to do it simultaneously? If you live around LA, I invite you to this series of two back-to-back Bibliyoga workshops with the witty, worldly and wise BibiYogi, educator and performer Marcus J Freed of London.
Bibliyoga is soulfood for the body that offers a physical-spiritual uplift through powerful yoga, Jewish wisdom and Kabbalah. Yoga for Ecstatic Living: Bibliyoga for the Body & Soul workshops are each one hour vinyasa flow sessions for all levels of yoga from beginner to advanced. Both workshops will be followed by a salon discussion at a nearby cafÃ©.
WHEN: Two consecutive nights!
Tues., Nov 10, at 8:00 p.m. Part I – â€œFinding Joy, Peace and Healingâ€
Wed., Nov 11, at 8:00 p.m. Part II – â€œBecoming Strength, Light and Happinessâ€
WHERE: L.A.â€™s premier dance studio – Mimoda Studio Theatre (www.mimodastudio.com)
5774 W. Pico Blvd (two blocks East of Fairfax) Los Angeles CA 90019
Entrance is on Ogden side, back of the building.
COST: The one hour classes are $15 each and are limited to 50 students each night
HOW: Pre-pay at www.JConnectLA.com/register-now
Wear loose clothes and bring a yoga mat or some will be available for purchase.
More about Yoga for Ecstatic Living Workshop Series on this Facebook Event.
ABOUT BIBLIYOGI MARCUS J FREED
Marcus J Freed followed a path toward becoming the Bibliyogi ….
through his journeys as an actor, writer and educator. His spiritual development included 12 months at a spiritual retreat in the mountains of Efrat, Israel, at Yeshivat HaMivtar. It was there that he studied enlightenment texts with three great Talmudic masters, Rabbis Chaim Brovender, Dovid Ebner and Shlomo Riskin. Marcus gained degrees from the Universities of Birmingham and London, but he met his next teacher at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Arts, where yoga guru Edward Clark was teaching acting and movement. Marcus entered into a spiritual and yogic pupilage with these teachers which continues today. Bibliyoga is concerned with extreme innovation while being connected to the Jewish tradition that stretches back 5000 years. In the past 12 months, Bibliyoga has been taught in 8 different countries.