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An immersive journey

into Patanjali’s eight limbs of Yoga.


One limb at a time.

One year at a time.


Infinite potential.


The Eightfold Path is a place for the sincere practitioner to go deeper.

To explore the technology, knowledge and wisdom alive at the heart of the yoga tradition. Slowly over the course of time. As it was intended.

Each year functions as a return.

To center.

To source.

To Self.


The Eightfold Path continues March 8-15, 2020 in Crestone Colorado.

Registration Opens July 15, 2019

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THE PRACTICeS

DAILY tantric hatha yoga

daily meditation and pranayama

Yoga Nidra and Restorative yoga

philosophical lecture and discourse

interpersonal group work

INSIGHT sessions

THE 360 w/ AMBER RYAN

SUPPORT CREW

ACUPUNCTURE w/ ERIN YEE

ESSENTIAL OIL TREATMENTS w/ SUSAN

MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED




The BACKSTORY

The Eightfold Path launched in the Spring of 2018 in Nosara, Costa Rica.

It began with the teaching of the first limb: YAMA

YAMA is known as the yoga of relationship. The teachings explore both our relationship to self and to the ever-changing world around us.

Each YAMA (there are 5) function as both a practice and as an embodied state of being. Kindness, truthfulness, generosity, care for vital energy and non-grasping are the core principles.

YAMA in its quintessence is a coherent state of love.

YAMA CREW | NOSARA 2018

YAMA CREW | NOSARA 2018

NIYAMA

In March of 2019, The Eightfold Path continued with the second limb of yoga: NIYAMA. This limb focuses on personal observances and internal purification kriya yoga practices.

THE TEACHINGS

The art of yoga self-study

the yoga of contentment

Cleanliness (internal and external)

A practical path to surrender and receptivity to grace

Cultivation of internal heat for healing, transformation, and illumination


THE EIGHTFOLD PATH IS A TECHNOLOGY FREE RETREAT

NO PHONES | NO COMPUTERS | ALL NATURAL


WHAT IS TANTRIC HATHA YOGA

  Tantric Hatha Yoga is an embodiment technology used to purify and strengthen the body, stabilize the heart/mind, and in time give rise to the dawning of higher awareness.

It is a practice of coming to see the unseen.  To feel, sense and experience how energy moves through the body.  As this texture becomes known, a path to intuitive knowing is revealed and insight into the nature of mind emerges.   

From the conscious to the subconscious, the subconscious to the unconscious, and the unconscious to the sublime.      

The tradition seeks to illuminate a path of exploration into the fabric of psyche and enable awareness to penetrate the substance of spirit and soul. 

The practices leverage the body to awaken, refine and manage vital energetic intelligence  through yoga postures, bandhas, mantra, meditation and breath work.  The body’s energy is collected and directed in ways to create purposeful and specific states of consciousness.     

To calm and stabilize the mind. 

To awaken and vitalize the body. 

To restore peace to the spirit. 

The practices are designed to meet you where you are and are accessible to all levels.