Event Dates: 
Saturday, February 29, 2020 - 01:30 to 04:00
Event Presenter(s): 
Sean Johnson
Living Yoga Dallas & World Bhakti
Westside Wellness Dallas
4711 Westside Drive
Dallas, TX 75209
United States


Yoga Teachers' Inspiration Series: How To Bring More Heart & Musicality To Your Yoga Classes with Sean Johnson

Designed for yoga teachers and trainees seeking to infuse fresh energy and inspiration into their practice and teaching. Cultivate more depth, imagination, and inspiration through the arts of bhakti yoga - song, music, language, poetry, creative movement, and ritual.

Visit with Sean about the insights over 20 years of merging Hatha and Bhakti yoga in his teaching and practice, explore how to bring more energy, emotion, dynamics, and musicality to our classes, including advice on how to make potent playlists that support your class flow, and tips for making singing more accessible for you and your students.

Yoga Alliance CEU's available



About this Presenter: 

New Orleans native Sean Johnson is the founder of the band and loves to inspire people through a creative integration of imaginative music, yoga, storytelling, and poetry. His passion for music ranges from a deep appreciation for the transcendental power of rock, Irish folk music, Indian and Sufi devotional music.  He’s been leading kirtan for the last twenty years. His voice is equally influenced by his roots in New Orleans, vocal exploration of his ancestral Irish heritage, as well as study in Indian vocal music and love of the path of bhakti yoga– the yoga of the heart.

Sean is also the founder of Wild Lotus Yoga studios in New Orleans, and Soul School, an interdisciplinary yoga and spirituality teacher training program that focuses on teaching yoga with skill and imagination. He has a Master’s degree from The Naropa Institute with a focus on teaching chant as spiritual practice, has written articles for  Yoga Journal, and is the co-curator and co-producer of Putumayo’s music for yoga series. His signature “Bhakti On The Mat” yoga workshops, often accompanied by the band, playfully weaves yoga, live music, chanting, storytelling, poetry, and ritual.

What to Bring: 

your mat, something to write with, your journal, and a spill proof water bottle

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