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Yogiraj California Dates 

Sun., July 18 2010
510-229-2373
hamsa-yoga.org

Don't miss these two unique chances to see Master Yogiraj at the International House in Berkeley!

The Northern California tour by Master Yogiraj will be in Berkeley this weekend only with the following sessions:
Friday, July 17: 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., "Experiential Satsang with Master Yogiraj". Free (donations welcome)
Saturday, July 18: 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., "Empowerment Into Kriya Yoga with Master Yogiraj", comfortable clothing suggested. $108 Initiation, $20 suggested for Review

For more information, please contact Bryan Gates or Ginny Giblin at the Hamsa Yoga Sangh website.

There will also be two dates in San Francisco at the Saint Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church on July 24 and 25. Visit the website at our Events Page for more information on the San Francisco dates.

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