This workshop will focus on strategies for healing the body and mind through yoga and mindfulness techniques. There are established and powerful scientific ways in which we can re-wire the brain and the mind for releasing old patterns and introducing new healing energy.
Yoga of Recovery is the first comprehensive course to combine Ayurveda and Yoga with traditional recovery tools to offer a more holistic mind, body, spirit approach to addiction and self-destructive behaviors.
This workshop will explore the relationship between sons and fathers. How can we have a better relationship with our son(s) and our father?
This retreat focuses on learning to drive the human experience masterfully from soul consciousness. It focuses on shifting the consciousness to being aware that the individual is a soul in having a human experience.
The Eight Treasures works on all parts of the body and activates all twelve channels and the eight extraordinary channels (these refer to energy pathways particularly addressed by acupuncture and Chinese medicine).
We invite you to join us for this special Yoga Retreat in which our senior teachers will share with you the insights that they have gained on their spiritual journey. They will explore the many ways that living a yogic lifestyle can enable us to enjoy a healthy and happy, peaceful and easeful life.
This comprehensive training program provides the essential tools for working with children with special needs.
Spend the weekend of Selichot (penitential prayers recited the weekend before Rosh Hashanah) with Interfaith Minister, Reverend Sam Rudra Swartz, preparing for the High Holidays, immersing yourself in this sacred time, and exploring the connections of the central themes of the High Holidays and how they relate to Bhakti Yoga, Karma Yoga, Japa Yoga (mantra repetition), and Raja Yoga.
An in-depth exploration of kirtan (Indian devotional chant) and Bhakti Yoga—deepen your daily practice and gain confidence and skills to become a kirtan leader.
This module emphasizes different elements of the healing process as they relate to both eastern and western approaches to health.