Get Your Yogi On – Bibliyoga in LA Next Week


JConnectLA presents 2 back-to-back Bibliyoga workshops with the witty, worldly and wise BibiYogi, educator and performer Marcus J Freed of London. Bibliyoga is soulfood for the body that offers a physical-spiritual uplift through powerful yoga, Jewish wisdom and Kabbalah. Yoga for Ecstatic Living: Bibliyoga for the Body & Soul workshops are each one hour vinyasa flow sessions for all levels of yoga from beginner to advanced. Both workshops will be followed by a salon discussion with refreshments at the studio.

WHEN: Two consecutive nights!
Tues., November 10, 2009 at 8:00 p.m. – Part I – “Finding Joy, Peace and Healing”
Wed., November 11, 2009 at 8:00 p.m. Part II – “Becoming Strength, Light and Happiness”

More about Yoga for Ecstatic Living Workshop Series:

Life can be challenging at the best of times and one of the biggest difficulties is how we can live in a way that is happy and peaceful. The Bibliyoga practice is based on ancient Jewish wisdom and dynamic yoga, giving you internal strength to nourish your soul and building external strength to fortify your body. The sessions combine yogic postures and flowing movements (asana and vinyasa) whilst integrating powerful thoughts from the best rabbinic and Kabbalistic masters.

WHERE: L.A.’s premier dance studio – Mimoda Studio Theatre (

5774 W. Pico Blvd (two blocks East of Fairfax) Los Angeles CA 90019
Entrance is on Ogden side, back of the building.

COST: The one hour classes are $15 each and are limited to 50 students each night

HOW: RSVP here and pre-pay at

Wear loose clothes and bring a yoga mat or some will be available for purchase.

WHY: For more on Marcus J Freed and Bibliyoga visit or join Bibliyoga on Facebook OR search Bibliyoga on YouTube


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