Book Release Party~ Bad Yogi: A Guidebook for the Rest of Us

by, Greg Marzullo

Saturday, Nov 21: 6pm-7:30pm

Cost: $20 admission fee (gets you in & a copy of the book).* CASH ONLY. Payments made at the door. *If you have a book already, bring your book for free admission

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Join us for the book release party of Greg Marzullo’s long-awaited “Bad Yogi: A Guidebook for the Rest of Us.” The author will do a reading, answer questions and sign copies of his work.

From the back cover:
HERE’S THE BAD NEWS: All the juicing, meditating, vegetarianism, chanting and asana practice won’t get you to heaven.  The good news?  Your desires, your selfishness, your narcissism, neuroses and negative thoughts will. Western yoga practitioners have been sold a bill of goods – a Puritan-flavored yoga philosophy that is all too often stripped of its Indian mythological context of raging gods, holy demons and sacred whores.  Bad Yogi is the guidebook through this rich landscape, a place where we can discover that far from hindering us on the path, our “bad” habits are our greatest offerings to God. If you’re looking for the advanced practices of yoga, this is the book for you.

$20 admission fee (gets you in & a copy of the book). CASH ONLY.  Payments made at the door.

To learn more about the book, check out this interview with Greg (with Bitter Buddha) and book review (from extendYoga’s Arlet Beckham).

About the author:
Greg Marzullo, RYT-500, teacher the physical practice and philosophy of yoga in the Washington, D.C. area, leading classes, workshops, international retreats and large public events, including yoga on the National Mall, which regularly draws thousands of practitioners.  For the past twenty years, Greg has studied worldwide spiritual traditions and mythology with Tibetan dharma teachers, shamans from around the world and yogic scholars.  For more information, visit gonataraj.com.