• $50.00 – Lower
  • $75.00 – Middle
  • $108.00 – Higher

Date & Time Details:
- 1 - 2:30 pm Positive thinking Workshop
- 4 - 6 pm Yoga Class

Location: Online

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Online Positive Thinking Course

with Santanu

June 1 - 5, 2020


One of the main causes of stress is our negative feeling and thoughts. Negative thought patterns are prevalent today in our busy, fast pace life. Our interactions with others seem to be more negative than bringing comfort and joy. Our minds are saturated and our sensitivity numbed with information overload and the confusion that comes from local, national or world news, especially during the current Covid-19 crisis. In this atmosphere, it is difficult for us to access our innate positive and joyful nature, and remember the goodness of human beings and the grace of God. The Positive Thinking course delivers practical Yoga tools to recharge and reconnect with the beauty and meaning of your life. We can not change the external but we can change our outlook towards it.

We cannot rewrite the past and it is not helpful to worry about the future, but we can live in the solid present and recognize this moment as golden opportunity. Workshops and lectures specifically on the power of thought, how to live in the present, and how to turn negative feelings and thoughts to positive feelings and positive actions, how to manage stress and respond positively to challenges. Yoga psychology and philosophy have a wealth of techniques and information that will help us to cope.


  •     Four paths of Yoga in response to negative emotions
  •     Thought Power
  •     Heart intelligence
  •     Meditation
  •     Yoga asanas
  •     Pranayama
  •     Stress management
  •     Anger management
  •     Fear management


Santanu is a yogi and a full time staff at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm. He took his TTC in 2010 in Uttarkashi, India and has been teaching regularly since that time. He also graduated from ATTC at the Yoga Farm in 2015. He is an adept with…
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