Bryan Hogan

Hometown: Philadelphia
Birthday: 11/1
Training: SKY TING YTT 200 hour, Sacred Fig YTT 200 hour, Alex Sharry Mentorship, Vipassana Retreats, Continued studies with Ven. Thupten Phuntsok (Tibetan Buddhism)
Describe your class in one sentence: Hopefully it's your class!
Special talent: Slowing down time 
Instagram: @yoga.bryan.hogan

Upcoming schedule

Saturday, June 29

Sat, June 29 + Sun, June 30
3:30 - 6PM EST both days
$133 in person 
$108 via zoom 

One of the most reliable ways to prepare for a meditative practice is to approach it with an attitude of respect for myself, life, and others. This approach, at its essence, says (even if implicitly), "I’m going to try to do something as cleanly and with as much care as possible."

Removing our shoes is like removing a barrier between ourselves and nature. This simple act offers an opportunity to engage in a seemingly mundane task with mindfulness, allowing us to examine what we are truly doing when we practice meditation. More than anything, "Remove Your Shoes" serves as a metaphor that describes a quality of attention and deepens the relationship between practice and everyday life.

According to the Mahayana Buddhist tradition, the first power that comes from a sincere meditation practice is the power of learning the instructions. Join us as we explore the ways we prepare for deeper meditation.

What is included?
  • Lots of meditation practice
  • Possibly some asana and breathwork practice
  • Opportunity to practice with Bryan and the community to establish a meditation habit
  • Framework to develop your own meditation instructions
  • Meditation theory

Who is training for?
This is for folks who are interested in deepening their meditation practice or would like to teach meditation. It's not for those who have no interest in changing. You don't have to have an interest in teaching meditation to join, though we will discuss the benefits of teaching as a tool to enhance self-practice and study.

About Your Teacher
Bryan Hogan is a field and wellness guide at Bloom Farm. He’s been studying meditation and yoga for the last 8 years, and is interested in learning about roots and how regenerative practices in agriculture can inform regenerative practices of the body and mind. Before moving back to Pennsylvania, he spent the last 12 years living in Brooklyn working at SKY TING and various service-based jobs. He looks forward to welcoming you!

150 min
SKY TING NOHO

Sat, June 29 + Sun, June 30
3:30 - 6PM EST both days
$133 in person 
$108 via zoom 

One of the most reliable ways to prepare for a meditative practice is to approach it with an attitude of respect for myself, life, and others. This approach, at its essence, says (even if implicitly), "I’m going to try to do something as cleanly and with as much care as possible."

Removing our shoes is like removing a barrier between ourselves and nature. This simple act offers an opportunity to engage in a seemingly mundane task with mindfulness, allowing us to examine what we are truly doing when we practice meditation. More than anything, "Remove Your Shoes" serves as a metaphor that describes a quality of attention and deepens the relationship between practice and everyday life.

According to the Mahayana Buddhist tradition, the first power that comes from a sincere meditation practice is the power of learning the instructions. Join us as we explore the ways we prepare for deeper meditation.

What is included?
  • Lots of meditation practice
  • Possibly some asana and breathwork practice
  • Opportunity to practice with Bryan and the community to establish a meditation habit
  • Framework to develop your own meditation instructions
  • Meditation theory

Who is training for?
This is for folks who are interested in deepening their meditation practice or would like to teach meditation. It's not for those who have no interest in changing. You don't have to have an interest in teaching meditation to join, though we will discuss the benefits of teaching as a tool to enhance self-practice and study.

About Your Teacher
Bryan Hogan is a field and wellness guide at Bloom Farm. He’s been studying meditation and yoga for the last 8 years, and is interested in learning about roots and how regenerative practices in agriculture can inform regenerative practices of the body and mind. Before moving back to Pennsylvania, he spent the last 12 years living in Brooklyn working at SKY TING and various service-based jobs. He looks forward to welcoming you!

150 min
Zoom
Sunday, June 30

Sat, June 29 + Sun, June 30
3:30 - 6PM EST both days
$133 in person 
$108 via zoom 

One of the most reliable ways to prepare for a meditative practice is to approach it with an attitude of respect for myself, life, and others. This approach, at its essence, says (even if implicitly), "I’m going to try to do something as cleanly and with as much care as possible."

Removing our shoes is like removing a barrier between ourselves and nature. This simple act offers an opportunity to engage in a seemingly mundane task with mindfulness, allowing us to examine what we are truly doing when we practice meditation. More than anything, "Remove Your Shoes" serves as a metaphor that describes a quality of attention and deepens the relationship between practice and everyday life.

According to the Mahayana Buddhist tradition, the first power that comes from a sincere meditation practice is the power of learning the instructions. Join us as we explore the ways we prepare for deeper meditation.

What is included?
  • Lots of meditation practice
  • Possibly some asana and breathwork practice
  • Opportunity to practice with Bryan and the community to establish a meditation habit
  • Framework to develop your own meditation instructions
  • Meditation theory

Who is training for?
This is for folks who are interested in deepening their meditation practice or would like to teach meditation. It's not for those who have no interest in changing. You don't have to have an interest in teaching meditation to join, though we will discuss the benefits of teaching as a tool to enhance self-practice and study.

About Your Teacher
Bryan Hogan is a field and wellness guide at Bloom Farm. He’s been studying meditation and yoga for the last 8 years, and is interested in learning about roots and how regenerative practices in agriculture can inform regenerative practices of the body and mind. Before moving back to Pennsylvania, he spent the last 12 years living in Brooklyn working at SKY TING and various service-based jobs. He looks forward to welcoming you!

150 min
SKY TING NOHO

Sat, June 29 + Sun, June 30
3:30 - 6PM EST both days
$133 in person 
$108 via zoom 

One of the most reliable ways to prepare for a meditative practice is to approach it with an attitude of respect for myself, life, and others. This approach, at its essence, says (even if implicitly), "I’m going to try to do something as cleanly and with as much care as possible."

Removing our shoes is like removing a barrier between ourselves and nature. This simple act offers an opportunity to engage in a seemingly mundane task with mindfulness, allowing us to examine what we are truly doing when we practice meditation. More than anything, "Remove Your Shoes" serves as a metaphor that describes a quality of attention and deepens the relationship between practice and everyday life.

According to the Mahayana Buddhist tradition, the first power that comes from a sincere meditation practice is the power of learning the instructions. Join us as we explore the ways we prepare for deeper meditation.

What is included?
  • Lots of meditation practice
  • Possibly some asana and breathwork practice
  • Opportunity to practice with Bryan and the community to establish a meditation habit
  • Framework to develop your own meditation instructions
  • Meditation theory

Who is training for?
This is for folks who are interested in deepening their meditation practice or would like to teach meditation. It's not for those who have no interest in changing. You don't have to have an interest in teaching meditation to join, though we will discuss the benefits of teaching as a tool to enhance self-practice and study.

About Your Teacher
Bryan Hogan is a field and wellness guide at Bloom Farm. He’s been studying meditation and yoga for the last 8 years, and is interested in learning about roots and how regenerative practices in agriculture can inform regenerative practices of the body and mind. Before moving back to Pennsylvania, he spent the last 12 years living in Brooklyn working at SKY TING and various service-based jobs. He looks forward to welcoming you!

150 min
Zoom
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