Anxiety & Depression: Can Ancient Yoga Wisdom Help?

Where: The Avenue, 12 Salonika Street, Stuart Park, Northern Territory

Restrictions: All Ages

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At some stage in our lives we are all affected by anxiety or depression with modern society often leaving us feeling overwhelmed and full of stress. Every year millions of Australians suffer from depression and anxiety with recent studies reporting that numbers are on the rise.

The manner in which we live, work and interact are changing—and these all influence our health and happiness. How can we live our lives to nurture our physical, emotional and spiritual well-being? Does ancient yoga-wisdom have a role to play in dealing with anxiety and depression? Join us for a rare opportunity to hear from world renowned Vedic teacher Acharya das as he explores the answers to these important questions and provides tools to help us cultivate inner peace and happiness.
Event includes guided meditation, kirtan, Q&A time, and refreshments.

Free event, donations welcome!

About Acharya Das
Acharya das is a world renowned and respected teacher of Vedic and yoga philosophy, meditation and kirtan. He has as an uncommonly deep understanding of yoga philosophy and practice and conveys that message in a clear, simple and oftentimes humorous manner. He has studied for many years in India under the direction of his initiating Gurudev, Srila Bhaktivedanti Swami Prabhupad and has also studied under Jagad Guru Siddhaswarupananda.

For 8 years up until 2006 he served as the General Secretary of the World Vaishnava Association, an Indian based umbrella organization for over 50 Indian and International spiritual organizations. He continues to serve as one of the secretaries in that organisation.

Acharya das has taught yoga wisdom to appreciative audiences around the world for over 40 years. You can learn more about Acharya das at Acharya das website.

Speaking and Interview Opportunities
Acharya das is very happy to make himself available for speaking opportunities and interviews on this topic. Please contact Kalindi: darwin@asmy.org.au.

RSVP for free.