Graham M. Schweig, PhD, E-RYT 500, is a practitioner of meditation and heart-centered yoga for more than 45 years. He leads workshops, seminars, and lectures on yoga and religion in the United States and Europe.
Graham holds a doctorate from Harvard University in comparative religion with a specialization in sacred Sanskrit yoga literature. He is a professor of philosophy and religion at Christopher Newport University and a distinguished teaching and research fellow at the Graduate Theological Union.
Over the past eight years, Graham has been invited by the Smithsonian Institution to deliver more than three dozen lectures on religion and yoga at its museums in Washington, DC.
Among his more than 100 publications, his translation of the Bhagavad Gita has been used in yoga teacher trainings nationwide. His translation and commentary on Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras is forthcoming, as well as his book The Yoga of Love.
Explore the deep significance of seeing, inside and out
Combined with sweet and serene kirtan, this program blends ancient Sanskrit poetry and literature with the mellifluous sounds of the classical Indian bansuri bamboo flute.