Vimala Sperber has been a serious yoga and meditation practitioner since 2003. She studied under Sri Pattabhi Jois's daughter Saraswathi Rangaswamy in Mysore, Sri Dharma Mittra in New York City, and Geshe Michael Roach in Arizona.
Vimala finished a 3 year 3 month 3 day Great Retreat in 2014 where she focused on both yoga and meditation. Her main yoga practice was the Lady Niguma series, the most ancient recorded yoga series in history. These scriptures were originally translated from Tibetan into English by Geshe Michael Roach and have since become world re-known as a simple yet extremely effective practice.
Vimala Sperber currently works for Asian Classics Input Project (asianclassics.org) saving the ancient wisdom texts. In 2015 she founded Threads of Wisdom (threadsofwisdomproject.org), a non-profit organization empowering refugee women with sewing jobs. Vimala also was the founder and director of Mimi Ferzt Gallery in Soho, NYC from 1991-2001. She is also the art curator of the Budart Exhibition.
Vimala will teach a series of chakra yoga and meditation inspired by Lady Niguma. Lady Niguma Yoga works with the inner body's chakras, channels and prana in order to reach high states of bliss and final enlightenment.
Both beginners and advanced students will benefit greatly from this deep yoga practice.
Location: Yoga&Meditation Courtyard