Buddha and Patanjali – The Buddha Dharma and the Yoga Sutra
Four noble truths vs. Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga
Workshop Introduction to “Sati-Yoga” with Stefan Adinath Zöller
The foundations of Buddhism (eg the Four Noble Truths / the Noble Eightfold Path) in comparison with parts of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras (eg Ashtanga Yoga).
We deal with a few important principles of the Buddha Dharma and put them in comparison with the Ashtanga Yoga of the Yoga Sutra, by Patanjali. Perhaps we will find that there are many similarities and that at least one of the goals of the two ways is the same. The liberation from suffering.
In the workshop, besides the theory, you will practice different (meditation) techniques from both traditions. Of course, yoga postures, breathing exercises, retreating of the senses, concentration, etc. and just mindfulness practice, formal and for everyday life.
The workshop is led by Stefan Adinath Zöller . About martial arts and Zen Buddhism, he came to yoga and gives this since 2009 as a yoga teacher on. In addition to the tradition of integral yoga by Swami Sivananda and Swami Vishnu Devananda, Adinath feels very connected to the Buddha Dharma. He is a trained yoga teacher (BYV), yoga personal trainer, spiritual life counselor, meditation trainer and mindfulness practice teacher. In addition, Adinath is a state-approved educator and has worked with children of all ages. In addition to the physical aspects of his mind training in yoga is a particular concern, where he is oriented here in addition to the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali especially to the teachings of the Buddha Shakyamuni . In Bad Meinberger Ashram (Yoga Vidya) he belongs to the main teaching team.
The seats are limited. If all seats are taken, we will set up a waiting list. The contribution will be collected on site. For short-term cancellations up to 48 hours before the event, we reserve the right to claim the full amount of the fee should the place not be awarded to other participants.
Overnight stays are possible on request. For lunch please bring a vegetarian / vegan snack for the meal together.