Mysore Mornings: Asana Practice
Monday 15th March – Friday 19th March
5:30AM – 7:30AM
Gregor steps in and assumes lead teaching role in the early Morning Mysore class. There are limited places available, we recommend booking early to secure your place.
The Teacher’s Teacher: Invitational Talk
Friday 12th March
6:30PM – 8:30PM
Exclusive talk for graduates of Yogahub Teacher Training and Mentoring Programs, and Yogahub Teachers. Attendance to this talk for the General Public is included in the All Talks option.
In this special talk Gregor will answer a selection of questions submitted prior to the event. A foundational knowledge of yoga practice and philosophy is assumed of attendees to allow Gregor the opportunity to communicate more complex and sophisticated answers to questions. Do you have a perplexing yoga question? Go ahead and ask your most perplexing and difficult question.
Submit your questions here.
Ashtanga Talk Through (guided asana class)
Sunday 14th March
6:30AM – 8:15AM
Here Gregor will analyse the many intricate anatomical details of the majority of the postures of the Primary Series, while maintaining as much pace as possible.
Obstacles to Samadhi: Public Talk
Saturday 13th March
10:30AM – 1:00PM
Samadhi is the peak transformational experience to which the human brain and nervous system is capable. Gregor will provide a map of the various samadhis, describe what prevents their arising such as conditioning, subconsciousness imprint and karma. He will also explain how such arising can be aided through a plethora of yogic techniques and which role the individual techniques play. Gregor will also explain the psychological basis of samadhi such as suspension of mind and ego and what that exactly means and show the limitations of language in accurately describing what happens at the time of samadhi.
Life As Divine Love: Public Talk
Sunday 14th March
12:30PM – 3:00PM
In this event Gregor will table material from his latest book How to Find Your Divine Purpose. You will learn the yogic art of cultivating thought patterns in alignment with the Divine, including a discussion what the Divine is and what it is not. Gregor will quote from the Yoga Sutra, Bhagavad Gita and the Bible to show that this work is based on a variety of sacred texts. The psychological aspects of placing yourself in the service of a power greater than you will be shown and how this relates to performing ones svadharma one’s own-duty. Finally we learn how this relates to inner freedom, living one’s life in the zone with absence of internal dialogue. All of this prepares us for our ultimate purpose that is to make a contribution to the life of others.
A Life in Yoga: Public Talk
Sunday 14th March
6:00PM – 8:00PM
In this talk Gregor will explain the concept of ashrama, i.e. the four stages of life. By understanding this ancient Vedic teaching we can trust that the yogic process will play out over the entire span of our lives. Gregor will show how different yogic methods and limbs play different roles in different periods and stages of our lives and that we need to adapt and change our practices as we grow and mature.
All talks including The Teacher’s Teacher: Invitational Talk
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Gregor Maehle began his practice of Raja Yoga in 1978 and added Hatha Yoga a few years later. In the mid-1980s he commenced annual travels to India, where he studied with various yogic and tantric masters, traditional Indian sadhus and ascetics. After practising with BKS Iyengar he spent fourteen months in Mysuru, and in 1997 was authorised to teach Ashtanga Yoga by K. Pattabhi Jois. In India Gregor also received eight months of mostly one-on-one instruction in scripture and the higher limbs of Yoga through B.N.S. Iyengar, a student of T. Krishnamacharya. He also studied Sanskrit under Professor Narayanachar and Dr Chandrasekhar. He lived for several years as a recluse, studying Sanskrit and yogic scripture and practising yogic techniques.
Since then he has branched out into researching the anatomical alignment of postures and the higher limbs of yoga. He gained his anatomical knowledge through a Health Practitioner degree and has also studied history, philosophy and comparative religion at the university level. Together with his wife, Monica, in 1996 they founded 8 Limbs in Perth, Australia, which they co-directed for 21 years.
Gregor’s internationally acclaimed textbook series consisting of Ashtanga Yoga: Practice and Philosophy, Ashtanga Yoga: The Intermediate Series, Pranayama: The Breath of Yoga, Yoga Meditation: Through Mantra, Chakras and Kundalini to Spiritual Freedom and Samadhi The Great Freedom – have sold more than 85,000 copies worldwide and have been translated into eight foreign languages. He has been invited to many countries to teach and has contributed to and been interviewed by numerous yoga magazines.
Today he teaches an anatomically sophisticated interpretation of traditional vinyasa yoga, integrated into the practice of the higher limbs in the spirit of Patanjali and T. Krishnamacharya. His zany sense of humour, his manifold personal experiences, and his vast knowledge of scripture, Indian philosophies and yogic techniques combine to make his teachings applicable, relevant and easily accessible to all his students.
Apart from offering Teacher Trainings in Melbourne, Byron Bay, Tokyo, Bali and Europe, Gregor also teaches workshops in various locations around the world.
Gregor is Yogahub owner Sarcha Thurston’s teacher. She has studied under Gregor for 23 years.
Friday 12th March - Friday 19th March, 2021
75 Coogee Street, Mount Hawthorn
5 Days Asana Practice: $220
Ashtanga Talk Through: $40
Obstacles to Samadhi Public Talk: $50
Life As Divine Love Public Talk: $50
A Life in Yoga Public Talk: $50
All talks including The Teacher's Teacher: Invitational Talk: $165