A 12 lesson online video course demonstrating how the Science of Yoga can be applied in practical everyday life.
Taught by Camella Nair. Swami Nibhrtananda
Twelve lessons, presented online in easy to follow video format. You can watch anytime from anywhere, on any of your devices.
Each lesson is part philosophy and part practical application.
All are taught by Camella - three parts theory and one part cooking.
Great recipes included with each lesson.
Cost for the course is a reasonable $144.
$12.00 from each paid person will be donated to our local Sacred Heart food bank.
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Watch this short video from Tom the web guy. It will answer your questions about some of the more technical parts of the course
What is Cooking the Yoga Sutras about?.
“I am food, I am food, I am food,
I am the food eater, I am the food eater, I am the food eater.
I am the sound maker, I am the sound maker, I am the sound maker.
I am the first-born of the cosmic order,
Earlier than the deities, in the navel of immortality.
He, who gives me, he indeed saves me.
I, the food, eat the eater of the food.
I have overcome the whole world.
I am the brilliant Light.
He who knows thus knows the secret teaching.”
Camella - you are the "cutting edge"...love the concept of creating foods and sutras that inspire and then to be able to "feed" families.
This is truly inspiring to me....inspires me to get off the ol duff and do more.
As that wise sage (you) once said
"I practice yoga with every breath I take".
You certainly walk the talk!!!
Pat E Sullivan
"Cooking the Yoga Sutras hosted by Camella Nair, Swami Nibhrtananda, is an inspiring user friendly web page where one can spend a few minutes or all afternoon. Camella brings you into her home and makes you feel at home.
Camella is visually beautiful with a voice that carries one into the teachings in a way that is understandable, engaging and meaningful in daily life. The truths of the Yoga Sutras are discussed with suggestions for self-study and a cooking lesson helps summarize the teaching.
The format is structured with short videos that allow the student to take the lessons in bite by bite. Each lesson connects to the previous teachings allowing for the understanding to unfold.
I plan to keep my web connection active and return to it time and time again for the lessons, the cooking and the time for contemplation with Camella."
San Jose CA