Mudras for Healing and Transformation
with Joseph LePage

Live virtual workshop Sunday, May 16, 2021.

Replay available for purchase below

This course offers a unique approach to the practice of mudras, with a practical understanding of its effects on the health of the physical body, on psycho-emotional balance, and on spiritual awakening. In this workshop we will cover:

  • A brief history, origin and evolution of the mudras
  • The special role of hand mudras
  • How mudras work and their core qualities
  • Mudras as vehicles for experiencing the yoga tradition directly
  • Mudras as vehicles for health and healing
  • General guidelines for mudra practice

The workshop will be part lecture, part experiential and will include time for participant Q&A.

The session will be recorded and the replay will be made available for those who are unable to attend live. The material of this course is based on the book Mudras for Healing and Transformation, by Joseph Le Page and Lilian Aboim. If you wish to purchase the book, you can do so here

Investment: $40. (No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Contact to inquire.)

About Joseph

Joseph’s innate desire for wholeness led him to his first Yoga class in 1973, and his first meditation retreat at the Tibetan Buddhist Samye Ling Tibetan Center in Scotland, with his first trip to India in 1975. He made six subsequent journeys to India for study in Yoga, Yoga Therapy, and Ayurveda. He is a graduate of Kripalu Yoga Teacher Training and Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy training. His master’s degree in teaching has supported his development of experiential education methodologies.

He founded Integrative Yoga and Integrative Yoga Therapy in 1993, and is a pioneer in the field of Yoga therapy training programs. He began teaching yoga therapy in hospital settings in 1995 and continues up to the present as Director of The Healthy Heart Program, which conducts Yoga Therapy group programs in public health settings throughout Brazil.

Joseph has been a speaker at major conferences including Yoga Journal, the International Association of Yoga Therapists, the Kripalu Yoga Teacher’s Association, the International Association of Yoga and Ayurveda, and others. He is co-founder and director of the Enchanted Mountain Yoga Center in Garopaba, Brazil, one of the largest Yoga retreat centers in South America.

He is the co-author of the book Yoga Toolbox for Teacher and Students, one of the most widely used materials in teacher training programs in the US and in Brazil, published by Integrative Yoga. He is also co-author of the book Mudras for Healing and Transformation, also published by Integrative Yoga.