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FEATURED EVENT Babaji Satyanarayana Dasa & Jessica Richmond

IT HURTS SO GOOD WORKSHOP | JUNE 25, 2018 | 5:30P – 8:30P 

Join us for this women’s only discussion group. We will process relationship issues by reading a client story in a loving group atmosphere, guided by a gentle psychotherapist and a famous guru visiting from India. This dynamic duo’s approach of east and west, enables participants to feel comfortable in opening and honoring what is in their hearts. Participants will analyze together the red flags in the client story, and will reflect upon and share similar issues that they also struggle with in relationships such as finding their voice, feeling lonely, being a victim, being manipulated or taken advantage of, feeling stuck, addiction, grief, being emotionally and/or physically abused, and co-dependency. By sharing, participants discover that they are not alone. Clients will be supported in discovering ways out of their pain and struggle.


YOGA OF THE HEART | JUNE 26, 2018 | 5:30P – 8:30P

Love is the most powerful emotion of the human mind and is the greatest need for fulfillment of our life. We all strive for love, yet most of the time love evades us. It seems like a mystery. Love is not possible without healthy relations. Love is one of the most common words used by us in our daily life, and we all think that we know what love is. Love, however is an art. And like any other art, it needs education which is surprisingly missing in the present day education system. In this talk you will learn about the yoga of the heart. Through analyzing true stories, we will discuss what it means to have healthy loving relationships and how to improve relations which are not functioning as per your satisfaction. Just by knowing the basic concepts of love, you can act from a compassionate place in your heart instead of from a reactive place in your mind.


Both Workshops | $175.00

Single Workshop | $125.00 

*Babaji will also be available for 15 minute individual meetings on a donation basis*

**Jessica will be available for individual 60-minute Vedic Psychology sessions for $125** 




Founder of Jiva Institute of Vaishnava Studies in India, is a much-beloved teacher, author, and Sanskrit scholar. Based on his in-depth studies of the Vedic scriptures, the most profound knowledge on all aspects of the mind and self, he created a new field of science called Vedic Psychology. He personally trained only one person in the world – Jessica Richmond, licensed psychotherapist, to use his teachings to deepen her clients understandings. Dr. Dasa is the author of 15 books, including the Bhagavad Gita translation, and The Yoga of Dejection. He regularly teaches classes on Hindu philosophy to his students around the world. Dr. Dasa is winner of many honors and awards, including an award personally resented by the president of India for spreading Vedic culture on a national and international level, as well as “The International Educator of the Year,” award. He is a delight to be around, and most people leave his classes thinking more deeply about the subject at hand, and with a heart more open to possibilities.


Jessica Richmond, LMHC, is an American Psychotherapist, and a Vedic Psychology counselor. She holds a Bachelors degree in Human Development from University of California, a Masters degree in Hospitality Management from Cornell University, and a Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. She also holds an Ayurvedic counselor certificate from Kripalu School of Ayurveda. Jessica draws upon decades of experience of studying people, their behavior, their mind, and their relationships, in order to help her clients better understand their patterns that block them from experiencing peace of mind in all situations. Her Guru, Dr Satyanarayana Dasa, taught her the ancient science of Vedic Psychology, and how to guide her clients deeper within themselves. She travels and teaches around the world, and maintains a private practice, offering a weekly online discussion group, and consulting with clients on Skype. She makes talking about difficult subjects more easy, interesting and people often leave her sessions feeling empowered and optimistic.


Monday, June 25 to Tuesday, June 26
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Moksha Yoga Brampton
Organizer: Moksha Yoga Brampton