Why Myth Matters: Yoga, Consciousness, and Creativity

Susanna Harwood Rubin

 

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 How does yoga and myth contribute to self-expression? And to the evolution of (your) consciousness?

Why might you want to consider Writing Your Practice (literally and figuratively)?

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Care for a sweet?

This teleclass will focus on Why Myth Matters — not just to create class themes — but to live your life more fully!

Susanna will share several myths of Ganesh & Krishna, including some you likely have never heard before, and connect them to the practice of writing and self-expression.

She will also be sharing relevant writing tips and exercises to get you exploring your own creativity.

If you are curious about the upcoming Writing Your Practice course or simply curious about the topic, please join us!

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How can this being help you explore your creative potential?

Susanna is the creator of Writing Your Practice, a distillation of her years of teaching creative expression, art, and yoga.

Writing Your Practice offers a practical application of yoga philosophy to the practice of writing.  If you are looking for an opportunity to creatively connect your life on and off of the mat, Writing Your Practice offers a structured step-by-step immersion into the heart of your self-expression.

For more information on Writing Your Practice, please visit the course info page.

About Susanna Harwood Rubin

Susanna is passionately committed to finding beauty in everyday life. Combining her life as a yoga teacher, visual artist, and writer, her teaching offers an experience of creativity, intensity and grace. She has spent over a decade in close study with Dr. Douglas Brooks, one of the great living scholars of Hindu Tantrism. She travels regularly with him to South India to deepen her studies of Rajanaka Tantra, and is filled with gratitude to have him as a friend and teacher. Her spiritual home is the great Nataraja Temple of Chidambaram.

 

Susanna is a widely exhibited artist with work in many public and private collections as well as a published author who wrote and lectured for many years for MoMA, including co-writing the book Looking at Matisse and Picasso.

She currently writes for Elephant Journal and Origin Magazine. Susanna teaches Writing Your Practice through the Yoga Teacher Telesummit, and delights in bringing the yoga off of the mat and into other creative forms. She has been profiled by the Today Show, FIT YOGA magazine, YogaCityNYCYoga Radio, and ClaudiaChan.com. Susanna is based at NYC’s Virayoga.

Find her on the web at: susannaharwoodrubin.com

Twitter: @om_susanna