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The Upanishads constitute the philosophical insights of the early sages of India and also document some of the earliest practices of Yoga. Study the key ideas of the Upanishads, including non-dualism, the identity between Self (Atman) and Supreme Consciousness (Brahman), and ineffability of the absolute.

This course is required for the certificate in Yoga Philosophy.   Click here for additional information.

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Course Code YGPX818.0151175
Session Fall 2012 
Category Yoga Studies 
Days M  
Dates 10/15/12 - 11/12/12  
Times 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM 
# of Classes
Format Classroom 
Credit(s) Earned
Available Slots 20
Instructor Casey, John 

Instructor Bio

John Casey, PhD has his doctorate in Asian and Comparative Philosophy and was one of the original co-founders of the Yoga Philosophy Certificate Program at LMU. Over the years, Dr. Casey has taught over 100 courses in Sanskrit, Buddhism and World Religions for various colleges in Southern California including Loyola Marymount University, UCLA, UC Irvine, CSU Long Beach and Soka University as well as at Yoga Works in their 200-hour and 500-hour teacher training programs.

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LMU Campus, Pereira Hall, 200 
1 LMU Drive
Los Angeles , CA 90045


$ 190 Tuition

$ 190 Total Fees