Yoga Philosophy Course




Reflections from the Bhagavad Gita

Learn about your eternal spiritual nature, what obstructs the feeling of peace we long for and and uncover life’s ultimate purpose


In the beginning most of us see Yoga as a form of exercise but this is only a small part of a bigger picture. Perhaps you’ve felt an internal shift as a result of the practice, moments of quietness and tranquillity.

Yoga philosophy has been studied and revered for thousands of years it provides us with a way of viewing reality and ourselves that is transformational. We are offering you the chance to tap into this most ancient of sciences that has been handed down from self-realised spiritual teachers for millennia.

Over the eight weeks we will sit together in circle to discuss and unpack theses ancient teachings. We suggest journaling in-between sessions and an experiential approach of testing out and practicing methods outlined in the primary text we’ll be referring to in this course is “The Bhagavad Gita” A beautiful dialogue between Arjuna who represents us and our struggles and Krishna the divine or our higher self.


Major topics covered in these discussion with be around purpose, the divine, devotion, meditation, yoga, the nature of the true self.

Yoga Philosophy Course


Time: 7:00pm – 9pm

Dates: 26th September, 3rd , 10th, 17th, 24th October, 7th & 14th November

Location: Ray of Light Bulli

Investment: $274.95 early bird (must be paid by 22nd August), full price $325.95

Inclusions: Handouts and a delicous Ayurvedic supper made by Rachel

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Rachel Nokes

Rachel is the founder and principal teacher of Ray of Light. She has been teaching yoga for over ten years and travels regularly to India to study both yoga and Ayurveda with her teachers. S


Rachel is passionate about bringing wisdom from the ancients into a modern context and uses this as a frame work for all of her classe, courses and trainings. Rachel’s favourite texts are the Yoga sutras of Patanjali and the Bhagavad Gita. Rachel invites self enquiry, humor and chanting to explore these teachings and how they can shed light on our comtemporary lives.