Upcoming Workshops

Path of the Yogi

Path of the Yogi
Gota Cebrero
Five Points Yoga
April 12, 2019
5:45 pm - 8:45 pm

Gota Cebrero

April 12-14, 2019, 300 YA Credit, All Students Welcome , Cost: $225

Carve the Yogic path in your heart through consistent practices.

Come learn how to walk the path of a Yogi and apply yogic principles to daily life.

Through focus on how to create Sadhana (devotional dedication in daily life), you will gain skills that are most personally meaningful to you. In this workshop, our focus will be on the many paths of yoga:

-Bhakti Yoga (devotional yoga)

-Hatha yoga (use of asanas, pranayama, kriyas,mudras, meditation)

-Nada yoga ( the yoga of the sacred sounds or mantras)

-Karma yoga (dedicate part of our day to serve others without retribution or expectation)

-Jnana yoga (the yoga of wisdom, where we dedicate part of our day to study)

Other practical kitchen tools will also be explored: conscious eating, vegetarian meals, medicinal teas, & yogi remedies.

You will come away with a better understanding of how to confidently prepare your day as a yogi to support carving the yogic path in your heart.

April 12, 5:30-8:30p
April 13, 8a-5p
April 14, 9a-1p

Gota's native country is Argentina. Ever since his earliest memories, Gota has been fascinated by the mysteries of life. That internal yearning motivated him to leave his native country in search of Truth. This journey took him to over 25 countries. In 1999, he had his first direct contact with yoga which was Ashthanga yoga vinyasa in Ecuador from a direct student of Patabi Jois. In 2001, he discovered Zen meditation in Switzerland and then moved to Spain and spent over a year in a Zen monastery practicing meditation and doing intense retreats. In 2004, he became a shiatsu practitioner, which is a type of Japanese digitopuncture based on oriental tradition , that includes the understanding of yin & yang , five elements ,meridians, auriculotherapy , moxibustion and cupping. During all these years, he practiced in different styles of yoga from Kundalini, to yin yoga and vinyasa flow. In 2008, he became certified with 200 hours of training in vinyasa yoga with Rolf Gates in Athens, Ga. In 2012, he also became certified with 230 hours from the Asheville Yoga Center in North Carolina.Gota is also registered through the yoga Alliance E-RYT.

All these years Gota has been sharing this beautiful path of yoga with large or small groups as well as one on one. Gota's style of teaching is mindful flow where he blends asana, pranayama, and meditation.

April 12, 2019