Restorative Yoga is an effective antidote to stress, tension and anxiety. During this practice, the body is placed in gentle, supported asanas or poses. These poses literally hold and support the physical body, while the mental body lets go of stress, worry and tension.
In this workshop we draw on psychotherapeutic principles of existential/humanistic psychology, cognitive restructuring, positive visualization, laughter and yogic tools like physical poses, conscious breathing, deep relaxation, Sam will gently show how each one of us can cultivate love, contentment and equanimity.
Big Yoga, an adapted Yoga program based on Integral Yoga, is for you! Meera is expert in adapting Yoga for Any-Body and will show how to make Hatha Yoga comfortable and accessible. This gentle approach to asana practice will help build strength, vitality and calm the stress response.
This retreat is suited to students of all levels of experience. Those new to Yoga and the practice of silence will receive full instruction and support. Experienced retreatants can move even more deeply within. You will also have the opportunity to seek additional guidance or clarification by asking questions in writing.
Join us and spend a joy-filled day Laughing for No Reason! And experience the Joy of Laughter and the Bliss of Yoga with our “Laughter Ambassador” , Bharata Wingham.
A calm and focused mind can achieve anything, and the beautiful science of meditation provides perfect tools for that calm and focus. Regardless of your previous experience, you will go home with the knowledge and inspiration to develop clarity, calmness and concentration that lead to self-mastery.
Mindfulness is a way to free our lives. It works, as a growing body of scientific research and the testimony of practitioners from a wide range of religious backgrounds affirm.
Restorative Yoga is the practice of placing the body into a specific yoga asana using the support of props such as: bolsters, pillows, blocks, blankets, or chairs.
Pranayama (Yoga breathing) practice has astonishing benefits—from dramatically increased energy, powerful digestion and nerves of steel all the way up to directly experiencing the energy that makes up everything.
This workshop is for the general public and yoga teachers who would like to learn more about body image concerns and how yoga can contribute to a more easeful and respectful relationship with our bodies.