Free Yoga Sutras Class and Discussion is lead by Shuba Wavikar of Revolution Community Yoga and Fitness in Acton, Massachusetts

Weaving the Yoga Sutras Into Daily Life
A FREE Monthly Class In-Studio & Online with Shuba Wavikar

A Free Monthly Class to Explore the Yoga Sutras
2nd Sundays at 5:30 – 6:30pm in-studio (in the Lower Studios / Waterfall Room located 537 Massachusetts Avenue, Acton, MA, behind West Acton Creamery) and online via Zoom
w/ Shuba Wavikar of Revolution Community Yoga and Fitness

Upcoming Dates:

Have you ever wondered what is meant by “living yoga off the mat”? The yoga sutras of Patanjali offer us timeless wisdom for living our lives today. Yoga is so much more than physical practice! Today, more than ever, we need the teachings of yoga to make sense of our world, and our place in it. Join Shuba for this accessible and friendly exploration of the yoga sutras. This inquiry will definitely enrich our yoga practices, and our lives!!

“The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali” translation and commentary by Sri Swami Satchidananda
“Light on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali” by B.K.S. Iyengar
“Core of the Yoga Sutras” by B.K.S. Iyengar
“The Heart of Yoga – Developing a Personal Practice” by T. K. V. Desikachar
“The Path of the Yoga Sutras: A Practical Guide to the Core of Yoga” by Nicolai Bachman
“The Wisdom of Yoga” by Stephen Cope
“The Yamas and Niyamas” by Deborah Adele
“The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali” a new translation with commentary by Chip Hartranft
“The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali”, a new edition, translation, and commentary by Edwin Bryant
“History of Yoga Full Film English”

Shubhada Wavikar

Shubhada Wavikar

Originally from India, I see yoga as a way of life, as a philosophy for living. Yoga, to me, is an incredible – often transformative – blessing that should be accessible to everyone – to all bodies, minds and abilities. I started on the yoga instructor journey a few years ago to deepen my own practice, and to be able to humbly share this legacy with others. My students have ranged from 3 years old (kids’ yoga) to 100 years old (chair yoga). Each has taught me something, opened my mind to new experiences, new ways of thinking about yoga. And I hope they have felt, in one way or another, touched by the magic of yoga.

I am a registered yoga instructor, and received my 200 hour and 300 hour teacher training at The Yoga Studio in Millis, MA, and an additional 300 hour teacher training at Down Under Yoga, MA. I am currently enrolled in a part online teacher training program with an Institute in India. I am also trained in yoga nidra and kids’ yoga.

I am deeply interested in all of yoga’s teachings, its ideology and practices. This is such a vast field of knowledge, that one lifetime is too short to explore it. I am a keen student of yoga history, anatomy, Sanskrit, subtle body concepts like chakras, and of course, philosophical underpinnings from the Bhagwad Gita, the Yoga Sutras and Samkhya philosophy. When not on my mat, I love being outdoors, gardening and hiking. I’m also a voracious reader and a lover of murder mysteries 🙂