Yoga Talk: An evening with Swami Mahesh

Friday, October 27, 2017 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
  • Library Hall

The wandering yogi returns to Steamboat for a free community talk about "Tantra Yoga: The Path of Self-Actualization."

Tantra is a spiritual science, which provides a unique perspective on life, its processes and its purpose. It offers practical techniques that speed up the process of human evolution by turning every action of life into an act of celebration and expression of the divine, bridging the gap between the material and spiritual dimensions of our lives. Leading in to a weekend workshop he will be leading at Colorado Mountain College, Swami Maheshananda shares the practical tools provided by tantra for self-actualization of human potentials, which create inner connections with the self, and harmonious expressions in our day to day life from the core of our being.

About the speaker
Swami Mahesh is a wandering yogi from India. He has a bachelor's degree in engineering and a master's in yoga philosophy, and has over 30 years of experience teaching yoga. He was lecturer in yoga philosophy at Bihar Yoga Bharati for seven years, teaching all classical philosophies of yoga and tantra, and has guided many thesis works. As an independent wandering yogi, he travels both nationally and internationally to conduct seminars, workshops and retreats on yoga in various educational, social and corporate institutions, yoga studios, schools, prisons and many other facitilities. He has conducted yoga workshops at many notable universities around the world, including the Harvard, Princeton, Minnesota, UT at Austin, Oregon, Chicago, Cologne and Bremen in Germany, Sofia and New Bulgaria in Bulgaria, and many others around Europe, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Ecuador. He leads special yoga retreats in Tibet, Iceland, Peru, Antarctica and elsewhere around the world. He continues to guide aspirants all over the world into the art and science of yoga.