Sean Drohan

About The Teacher

Sean is a Lineage Holder in Traditional Indian Yoga and successor to Senior Yoga Master “Yogiji” Yogendra Mishra.

Sean is a Yoga and Dharma Guide in Tatamagouche and throughout Nova Scotia. He is also the host of EastLink TV’s “the path of yoga ” (seven seasons). As a simple forest yogin, he aspires to take the Indo-Tibetan realizations and make them culturally relative to Nova Scotians and Westerners.

Sean teaches the full view of Traditional Yoga and Dharma. In the Indian tradition it is called Ashtanga Yoga, as outlined in Patanjali’s “YOGA SUTRAS” (not to be confused with ashtanga vinyassa yoga). Postures and Breath are only two of the limbs: there are six others that primarily work as preparatory practice for Shamatha Meditation, or attaining Absorptive States in Meditation.

The Tibetans have furthered the realizations on Meditation to the highest teachings on the Ordinary Awakened Mind’s Nature. Reuniting Physical Yoga with Meditation is optimal for westerners to progress down the path of awakening.


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