Join us for a full weekend immersion with Bhavani Maki, author of The Yogi's Roadmap, traveling to the main land from Yoga Hanalei Studio on the island of K'auai.
Friday evening, Uptown Studio:
Introduction to the Patanjalim Yoga Sutra; The Yogi's Road Map
Saturday morning, Englewood Studio:
Drdah Bhumih Firmly Grounded: Standing & Balancing Postures
Saturday afternoon, Englewood Studio:
Sutra Class: Living passionately without getting burned: Yoga Psychology & the Patanjali Yoga Sutra II
Sunday morning, Englewood Studio:
Kriya Yoga Asana
Sunday afternoon, Englewood Studio:
Sutra Class: Yoga in Action
International Yoga teacher and author, Bhavani Maki, attended her first Yoga class at the age of nine, and began her exploration of Patañjali’s Aṣtānga Yoga in 1987.
Née Silvia Kazazis, Bhāvani was raised quadrilingual in the milieu of the University of Chicago, from a multicultural European background, and has traveled extensively from a young age. Bhavani interweaves the insights she has gathered into a holistic exploration of the microcosmic and macrocosmic self. Dedicated to exploring Yoga in its complete expression, her teachings are steeped in the traditions of Patañjali’s classical eight-limbed Yoga, with an emphasis on integrity of alignment and the use of Yoga as therapy.
Often described as a teacher’s teacher, Bhavani offers unique insights into discovering greater joy and freedom. She specializes in addressing the individual’s specific needs to develop a practice appropriate to their challenges, physical injuries, and desire for personal growth and transformation. Bhavani believes that that engaging in all the aspects of Yoga is a means of compressed evolution. that uplifts, connects, and accesses the inner source of joy.
Since 1993, Bhavani has resided on the island of Kaua’i with her husband Ray and son Nikola, on their organic permaculture farm. She offers Yoga classes, intensives, and annual teacher training programs at her studio, Yoga Hanalei, as well as Yoga workshops on the US mainland and Europe.