This weekend, experience the joy and intimacy of Partner Yoga, the blissful effects of Ayurvedic and Thai Yoga Massage and the profound tranquility of Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra (extended deep relaxation).
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.
Yoga As Medicine (YAM) is the use of yoga and its vast toolbox to help treat and prevent a wide range of health conditions.
This weekend is a playful exploration with the practice of Yoga on the mat with Advanced Yoga Teacher, Trace Sahaja Bonner, www.holycowyoga.com.
During this retreat we will learn powerful techniques to get in touch with our True Self and from there manifest authentic thoughts and emotions in our daily life.
This five day immersion allows students to deepen and expand their knowledge of sequencing as they work with energy lines (sen and lom). Acupressure techniques will be included. Students will have the opportunity to refine their existing Thai Yoga Bodywork techniques while exploring new applications, asanas, and katas in all the attitudes (Supine, Prone, Side-lying, and Seated).
Get certified to lead Laugha Yoga® laughter yoga sessions. Yogic Laughter sessions, Laugha Nidra® (guided deep relaxation), pranayama (yogic breathing practices) and meditation help us reach a profound level of peace, joy and relaxation.